Personal Injury Blog

What Should I Do If Someone Sues Me After a Car Accident in Alabama?

Car accidents are scary, and in worse-case-scenarios, they can produce serious injuries or even death. Alabama has the third-highest fatality rate of all fifty states, making it one of the most dangerous states for drivers and passengers. In most cases, a motorist who sustains injuries or property damage in an accident may sue the other… read more

What Does Alabama Workers’ Compensation Insurance Cover

Workplace injuries are common. When they happen, it can be devastating for the injured employee if they are forced to take time off of work to heal. Before Alabama instituted workers’ compensation laws, employees had to sue employees for their injuries. The Alabama laws governing the amount of weekly coverage available to those who are… read more

Fatal Vehicle Crash Reported on Old Government Street

Initially, there was some confusion about the car accident that occurred on July 24, 2020, on Old Government Street. According to Mobile Fire-Rescue, a two-vehicle crash had occurred on Old Government Street. They said two people were taken to the hospital, but a police officer on the scene said one person was dead. In an… read more

Annular Tear Injury Claims

Accidents cause a variety of injuries to the back, neck, and spine. Some injuries are minor and heal with time and rest. Other spinal cord injuries may require extensive medical treatment, including surgery and physical therapy. An annular tear injury is one of those injuries. A person with a small annular tear may not even… read more

Alabama Car and Booster Seat Laws

Alabama seat belt laws require all passengers in a vehicle to be appropriately restrained by a safety belt. However, there are special laws that apply to children and infants. Young children must ride in a car seat or booster seat. Why Do Children Need to Ride in Safety Seats? According to the Centers for Disease… read more

COVID 19 Business Interruption Insurance

Most businesses have sustained losses during the COVID-19 outbreak. Some businesses closed and will not reopen. Other companies managed to survive mandatory shutdowns and loss of revenue as people stayed at home or cut expenses to make ends meet. If you lost money during the pandemic, you may want to review your business insurance policies…. read more

How to Obtain a Car Accident Report in Mobile, AL

If you’re involved in a car accident in Mobile, Alabama, you will need a copy of the accident report. There are a few different ways to retrieve the report, and most are straightforward and easy. You should have been provided a Mobile police department case number, or a Department of Public Safety number at the… read more

How Safe Are Motor Scooters in Mobile?

Alabama does not have the same strict regulations on motor scooters as some other states. However, that does not mean that individuals and parents should not treat these motor-driven vehicles any differently than they would treat a motorcycle. Some motor scooters can travel at higher speeds, making them more dangerous. What is a Motor Scooter?… read more

4 Reasons Why a Personal Injury Lawyer May Not Take Your Case

Being injured in an accident can have long-term consequences. Some accidents result in minor injuries that heal in a few weeks. However, other personal injury accidents can result in permanent impairments. Victims may be unable to work for months. Some accident victims may be unable to work again. Regardless of the severity of your injuries,… read more

Consequences of Using Your Cell Phone While Driving in Alabama

Using a cell phone while driving is one of the most dangerous forms of distracted driving. A driver who is using a cell phone is not giving his full attention to the road. Just a second or two of distraction is enough time for a deadly car accident to occur. Alabama Cell Phone Use Laws… read more