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Posted on Fri Aug 13, 2021
As a motorcyclist stuck in Alabama traffic, you may have asked yourself, “Is lane splitting legal in Alabama?” Warren & Simpson have the answer.
Posted on Sat Aug 07, 2021
Are you a victim of a bike accident? This guide by Warren & Simpson shows how Alabama bicycle laws decide on claims and how you can file for damages.
Posted on Tue Jul 06, 2021
The time limit for filing a personal injury lawsuit is two years from the date of your accident. However, there are exceptions to the two-year rule. To be safe, call Warren & Simpson at 256-539-7575 for a free consultation with an accident and injury lawyer.
Posted on Mon Jul 05, 2021
Umbrella insurance provides extra coverage over and above your existing liability limits and pays out once your main liability coverage has been exhausted. Are umbrella insurance policies worth it? Typically, you'll pay around $150 to $300 annually for $1 million in umbrella coverage, according to the Insurance Information Institute.
Posted on Sun Jul 04, 2021
Full coverage means that your car is fully covered. It does not mean that you and your passengers are fully covered. I cannot tell you how many times I have asked a new client for their insurance information and they replied, “I have full coverage.”
Posted on Tue Jun 29, 2021
Life can suddenly change drastically because of the negligence of someone else. Whether it's injuries caused by a motor vehicle accident, poorly maintained property, or an industrial accident, you should never have to pay for someone else's negligence.
Posted on Mon May 10, 2021
Finding an experienced personal injury lawyer in Huntsville, Alabama, can feel like a daunting process. Here are three key items to consider when searching for an injury lawyer in Huntsville, Alabama.
Posted on Thu Jan 07, 2021
An Alabamian was in a car accident every three minutes and 18 seconds in 2019, according to the Alabama Department of Transportation. In addition to bodily injury, property damage is often a result of these collisions. And if you have ever had your car repaired before, you know how quickly property damage costs in car accidents can add up.
Posted on Thu Jan 07, 2021
Getting injured due to the negligence of another driver is bad enough. The hospital took your Medicare, Medicaid, TriCare, or private health insurance information when you were admitted. Now, you have received a bill for what you thought your insurance covered. This bill is also known as a hospital lien. What do you do now?
Posted on Tue Jan 05, 2021
It wasn’t your fault. The other driver caused the accident that destroyed your car and possibly injured you. But now, you are left to deal with the consequences: How will I get to work? How will I pick up my kids? How will I get to the grocery store?
Posted on Sat Jun 27, 2020
If you’re in an accident and the other driver is uninsured or doesn’t have enough insurance, will you be covered? If you have uninsured/underinsured motorist protection (UM/UIM), the answer is probably “yes.” Many auto insurance industry experts recommend choosing this option. You might think that because your state requires auto insurance, most people have it.