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Car Accidents

Should Auto Makers Install Rear Seat Belt Warnings?

Published: Oct 31, 2017 in Car Accidents

As drivers and front-seat passengers, you have heard and seen seat belt warnings. You get into the car, start the ignition, and put the vehicle into drive only to have the vehicle repeatedly ding a loud sound or flash a warning light on the dash….

Can Self-Driving Cars Be Trusted?

Published: Oct 23, 2017 in Car Accidents

Self-driving vehicles have only been on the road a brief period of time. It is not a stretch to believe autonomous vehicles will be involved in more accidents in the future. Individuals who are hurt in these types of accidents will need trusted and experienced…

2017 Auto Parts Recalls

Published: Oct 02, 2017 in Car Accidents, Defective Products

Although technology has made vehicles safer, more comfortable, and easier to operate, they are not perfect. Sometimes vehicles contain defective auto parts that can lead to serious injuries or even death. When a manufacturer, driver, passenger, or dealership discovers an auto part defect and reports…

Fatal Auto Accidents on the Rise in Alabama

Published: Jun 21, 2017 in Car Accidents

If either you or a loved has been hurt in an auto accident through no fault of your own, then contact Belt & Bruner, P.C. We are car accident lawyers across the entire state of Alabama who can help you seek the compensation you deserve…

Who Is Liable for an Auto Accident on Private Property?

Published: Jun 09, 2017 in Car Accidents

An auto accident on private property is just as serious as one that occurs on the highway. Although it may not draw as many onlookers and passersby, you should not ignore the complications it can cause. Moreover, you must protect your rights by knowing who…

Alabama Seat Belt Campaign is Underway

Published: Jun 02, 2017 in Car Accidents

Funds made available through the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) enabled the state to again implement the “Click It or Ticket” Alabama seat belt campaign over this year’s Memorial Day weekend. The program raised visibility for the importance of buckling up as well as…

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