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
Are Parents Responsible for Property Damage Caused By Their Children?
Posted in Personal Injury on July 26, 2019
If a minor in Birmingham recently damaged your property, you may wonder who will be financially responsible for repairs. The child that caused the damages most likely does not have the funds to repay what it will cost to fix or replace your property. In property damage cases involving minor culprits in Alabama, the minor’s… read more
What Is Negligent Entrustment?
Posted in Car Accidents on July 1, 2019
In Alabama, if you suffer an injury in a motor vehicle accident caused by the wrongful misconduct of the driver, you have an entitlement to recover damages. This situation often comes into question whether a parent or an owner of a vehicle is responsible for a minor or another person using the vehicle with permission…. read more
Is Lane Splitting Illegal in Alabama?
Posted in Motorcycle Accidents on June 26, 2019
Lane splitting is illegal in Alabama. In fact, the only state in which it is legal is California. Lane splitting refers only to motorcyclists. Many riders believe it is a safer way to travel, but in fact, it is not. Approximately 17% of all motorcycle accidents are due to lane splitting. However, this statistic hasn’t… read more