Car Accidents in Alabama Without Driver’s Insurance
Posted in Car Accidents,Uncategorized on November 19, 2019
Every driver in Alabama must show proof of financial responsibility or insurance. Purchasing automobile insurance establishes that the driver can pay for the damages if he or she causes an accident. Alabama is a fault-based car insurance state, meaning the driver at fault for a collision will have to pay for victims’ losses. All drivers… read more
Alabama Hit-and-Run Laws
Posted in Uncategorized on November 15, 2019
Hitting a person or vehicle while driving and running away from the scene is unethical and illegal in the state of Alabama. Unfortunately, it is also a relatively common crime. A driver may commit a hit-and-run to get out of paying for a victim’s damages or to avoid criminal charges if the driver was breaking… read more
How Much to Expect From a Car Accident Settlement in Alabama
Posted in Car Accidents,Personal Injury on October 31, 2019
Unfortunately, car accidents are relatively common on the roads of Alabama. In 2017, a traffic accident occurred every 200 seconds in the state. Drivers in Alabama have more than a one-in-three chance of being in an accident involving at least one injury or death in their lifetimes. If you get into a serious or fatal… read more
Who’s at Fault for a Car Accident While Changing Lanes?
Posted in Car Accidents,Personal Injury on October 20, 2019
Unsafe lane changes are some of the most common causes of car accidents in Alabama. It is every driver’s responsibility to wait to change lanes until it is safe and prudent to do so. Too many drivers, however, change lanes without looking in their mirrors, while speeding or while distracted. Making an unsafe lane change… read more
1st Annual Kids Empowerment Fest
Posted in Community on October 17, 2019
Our first annual Kids Empowerment Fest was held at Railroad Park on July 21st, 2019 and was a huge success, with over 1,000 parents and children receiving school supplies for the upcoming year. We are happy to share some of the photos from the event here. (You can download and unzip 45 pictures from the… read more
What Happens if You Drive Without Car Insurance in Alabama?
Posted in Uncategorized on September 20, 2019
The other name for automobile insurance is proof of financial responsibility. This defines the purpose of auto insurance: to give the vehicle owner the ability to pay for damages in a Birmingham car accident. Purchasing auto insurance is a requirement in almost every state. Failing to purchase and maintain the correct categories and amounts of… read more
What to Do If You’re Hit With Debris on the Highway?
Posted in Uncategorized on September 17, 2019
Not all auto accidents are vehicle-to-vehicle collisions. Some crashes involve factors such as potholes, animals crossing or debris. Debris could cause a fatal car accident by striking or penetrating a driver’s windshield, interfering with a driver’s ability to see the road, or forcing the driver to veer out of the way. If flying debris or… read more
What To Do After a Rear-End Collision
Posted in Car Accidents on September 3, 2019
Rear-end collisions are some of the most common accidents in Alabama. This does not, however, make them any less serious or devastating to victims. Not all rear-end collisions are simple fender benders. Some can cause major and even fatal personal injuries. If you get into a rear-end collision in Alabama, stay calm and preserve your… read more
Are You Liable if You Have a Beware of Dog Sign?
Posted in Personal Injury on August 28, 2019
Dangerous dogs are a constant liability for pet owners. As the owner of a dog with vicious propensities in Alabama, the pet is your legal responsibility. Failing to prevent a dog bite with knowledge of the dog’s violent history or tendencies is an act of negligence that could force you to pay for the victim’s… read more
Is it Illegal To Eat While Driving in Alabama?
Posted in Car Accidents on July 30, 2019
Safely operating a motor vehicle in Alabama takes a driver’s full attention. Even a minor distraction could be enough to delay the driver’s reactions to roadway hazards, resulting in a collision. Eating and driving is one of the many forms of driver distraction that contribute to car accidents each year. Distracted driving took almost 3,200… read more