How to Get Lost Wages After a Serious Car Accident
Posted in Uncategorized on October 25, 2016.
Recovering from a serious injury is stressful enough without the additional financial concerns of missing out on pay from your time away from your job. If you have been seriously injured in a car accident and had to miss work as a result of your injuries, you’re likely wondering what recourse you have to recover… read more
Why You Shouldn’t Rush to Settle Your Truck Accident Case
Posted in Uncategorized on October 21, 2016.
If you’ve been injured in an accident caused by a semi-truck, you likely want to put it behind you as soon as you can. It’s tempting to wait to call a lawyer until you see if the truck driver’s insurance company offers a nice big settlement, in which case you may plan to “take the… read more
What Is Stacked Auto Insurance and When Is It the Right Choice?
Posted in Uncategorized on October 17, 2016.
Auto insurance is one of the most important protections that you can purchase. It is also legally required for all motorists. Unfortunately, there are drivers on the road who don’t comply with the law and don’t purchase auto insurance, or don’t purchase enough coverage. You can use Uninsured and Underinsured Motorist (UM and UIM) coverage… read more
Driving Safe on Alabama’s “Highway to Hell”
Posted in Uncategorized on October 14, 2016.
Ask Alabamians to name the most treacherous road in the state, and you’ll likely get a variety of responses. However, one that’s sure to be mentioned, and the only one to be named one of the “world’s most dangerous roads” by DrivingExperiences.com, is U.S. Highway 431. U.S. 431, nicknamed the “highway to hell,” runs north… read more
Alabama Is One of 19 States That Still Allows Paddling Children in Schools
Posted in Uncategorized on October 12, 2016.
Call it paddling, spanking, or corporal punishment, but don’t be surprised that it still exists. Physically punishing children by striking or hitting may seem archaic, but 19 states still permit it as a disciplinary measure in public schools – and Alabama is one of them. Here’s what parents of students in Alabama schools need to… read more