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What Is Alabama’s Drunk Driving Law?

Posted on : December 15, 2019
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Were You Arrested For Driving Under The Influence In Alabama? In some states, there is a differentiation between driving drunk, driving while impaired and driving while under the influence; in the state of Alabama, operating a vehicle under the influence refers to the prohibition of all of the above. Motor Vehicles and Traffic Laws In [Read More]

The Dangers of Vaping

Posted on : November 6, 2019
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E-Cigarettes & Lung Illnesses E-cigarettes have always been marketed as a healthier alternative to smoking conventional cigarettes — which is why the recent news of vaping-related illnesses and deaths is so baffling. As of September 2019, there have been 380 confirmed cases of lung illnesses across 36 states and six people have died, according to [Read More]

Alabama’s New Chemical Castration Law Explained

Posted on : September 17, 2019
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Medication For Sex Offenders? A new law in Alabama requires sex offenders convicted of crimes against children under the age of 13 to undergo “chemical castration” while on parole.  A judge orders the treatment as a condition of release in which a parolee receives a dose of medication called medroxyprogesterone acetate (via injection) one month [Read More]

Five Alabama Laws That Adversely Impact Personal Injury Claims

Posted on : August 17, 2019
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If you were hurt in a motor vehicle accident in Alabama, you are entitled to pursue monetary compensation for your losses. However, it won’t be easy. Personal injury laws in the state are known to be unfair to victims. To help you prepare for what you may face in your case, familiarize yourself with the [Read More]

Facing Assault & Battery Charges in Alabama

Posted on : July 31, 2019
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Have you been accused of Assault & Battery? Facing any arrest is lifechanging, being handcuffed and processed through the Alabama court system is something that no one ever wants to have to face.  It can be humiliating, embarrassing and heartbreaking.  Aside from the emotional toll that something like this takes on a person, there are [Read More]

What Do I Do After an Uber or Lyft Accident?

Posted on : July 3, 2019
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What Is The Next Step After A Ridesharing Accident? If you use ridesharing services like Uber or Lyft frequently, it’s important to know what you should do in the event that you’re ever in a ridesharing accident. There are a few key differences between responding to a ridesharing accident and any other accident — here’s [Read More]

Which Brain Injuries Are Common in Car Accidents?

Posted on : May 31, 2019
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Find out what types of brain injuries are most frequently seen in car accidents, what type of medical treatment they require, and what you can do if you or a family member were the victims of a devastating car accident and resulting injury. Closed Head Injuries from Car Accidents One of the most common types [Read More]

Who Can Be Held Liable in a Car Accident?

Posted on : April 29, 2019
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If you or a family member were involved in a car accident, you may be wondering who can be responsible for the damages. In many cases, more than one party is liable. Here’s what you need to know. The Other Driver The most common party to be held responsible in a car accident lawsuit is [Read More]

5 Can’t Miss Motorcycle Safety Tips

Posted on : June 15, 2016
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Understanding and practicing motorcycle safety is a critical component of being a responsible motorcycle rider. Here are 5 “can’t miss” safety tips that can reduce your chances of being involved in a Motorcycle Accident. If you do get in an accident, these tips can help reduce the chances that you will be severely or fatally [Read More]

Distracted Driving–Is It Really Dangerous?

Posted on : May 18, 2016
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With today’s abundant smartphone and tablet use, it’s easy to see why many states have passed laws against texting and driving. Talking on the phone, changing the radio station, or eating behind the wheel can be distractions that cause serious and even deadly car accidents. Here’s what you need to know about distracted driving. Alabama [Read More]