If you have been injured in an accident in the state of Alabama, you have two years to file a personal injury claim. The Alabama personal injury statute of limitations can be extended in cases where the victim is a minor or incompetent, or in cases where a medical error results in a delayed injury. However, it is...Read More
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Millions of Americans take to the road to visit family and friends over the Thanksgiving weekend. If you will be among them, take care to protect yourself and others from serious injury by driving safely.
Historically, most people in Alabama do a bulk of their Thanksgiving travel in a car. This means that special care will need to be taken to help prevent...Read More
If you or a family member has suffered a traumatic brain injury, there may be no end to the care necessary. In this presentation, we show all of the possible needs for compensation and how our attorneys can help you.
To contact our attorneys for a free consultation, please call us at 256-547-4988. We serve client in...Read More
A Florida man is suing Samsung following the explosion of his Galaxy Note 7. According to the complaint, the plaintiff sustained serious burns after the phone exploded in his pocket. Samsung has known about the explosion risk for several weeks, but an official recall was only announced a few...Read More
Hospital Safety Score is a project of the Leapfrog Group, an independent and not-for-profit corporation that works to improve accountability and, along with it, patient safety in the medical community. According to...Read More
The National Safety Council (NSC) predicts around 438 traffic-related deaths are likely this upcoming Labor Day weekend. Using statics that show a steady increase in fatal traffic accidents over the past several years – and a 9% increase from this same time last year – the NSC is predicting the deadliest Labor Day weekend since 2008. That year, the NSC predicted 439 traffic fatalities over this end-of-summer holiday weekend. This prediction was slightly below the actual figure of 473....Read More