Memory Loss After a Car Accident: Causes and Legal Options

Posted on Thu Mar 04, 2021

When a careless driver crashes into your vehicle, they take away your physical safety and sense of wellbeing. But what if the accident they caused took something more from you? What if your car accident took away your memory?

Legal Options After Paralyzing Accidents

Posted on Thu Mar 04, 2021

In a national survey of nearly 1.5 million people who live with paralysis, nearly 27% said their paralysis was caused by a car accident. That’s 390,856 people who got into their cars one day and never regained full control of their bodies.

Settlements for Back and Neck Injuries in Car Accidents

Posted on Fri Jan 22, 2021

Enduring the pain of a back injury from a car accident is no small burden. The physical consequences of the accident can cause discomfort, numbness, muscle spasms, and, in some cases, short or long-term disability.

Making a Claim for Property Damage in a Car Accident in Alabama

Posted on Fri Jan 22, 2021

The average American driver can expect to be in at least three or four car accidents during their lifetime, and most accidents involve property damage. However, suing for property damage after a car accident can be tricky.

Spine Injuries from Car Accidents: Legal Options to Take

Posted on Fri Jan 22, 2021

Between 2015 and 2020, the United States saw nearly 18,000 spinal cord injuries each year, according to the University of Alabama’s National Spinal Cord Injury Statistical Center. A staggering 38.6 percent of those injuries were the result of a car accident.

Do I Need a Car Accident Lawyer for Property Damage?

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.

How Does the Alabama Hospital Lien Statute Work?

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?

Who Pays for a Rental Car in a Not at Fault Accident?

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?