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Top Warning Signs of Nursing Home Abuse & Neglect

Published: Sep 15, 2017 in General, Nursing Home

Nursing homes are designed to provide quality care to aging adults who require daily help. If your senior loved one is living in a nursing home facility, you want to make sure that they are safe and well cared for. Unfortunately, nursing home abuse and…

Truck Driver Fatigue

Published: Nov 11, 2016 in General, Truck Accident

Despite FMCSA’s hours of service limits, truck driver fatigue continues to be one of the leading causes of truck crashes each year. Research has shown that driver fatigue impairs performance and reduces the ability of the driver to safely operate a vehicle, which can increase…

What Do I Wear to Court?

Published: Oct 30, 2015 in General, Personal Injury

Everywhere you go, there is an appropriate dress code. Depending on your gender and the type of work you perform, jeans and steel-toed boots might be your work outfit or you might spend Monday through Friday in neatly pressed slacks and high heels. Either of…

Remember 9-11 Heroes by Focusing on National Service

Published: Sep 11, 2015 in General

Americans unite when they’re attacked, and 14 years ago on September 11, ordinary citizens turned into heroes when terrorists attacked the nation with strategic plane crashes into the World Trade Center and Pentagon. Another plane crashed in Pennsylvania when passengers overcame their hijackers. The unforgettable…

Celebrate Safely on Fourth of July

Published: Jul 01, 2015 in General

One of Alabama’s most extravagant Fourth of July fireworks celebrations for decades will light up the skies again this year. Thunder on the Mountain is set for Independence Day at 9 p.m. over Birmingham’s iron man, Vulcan, featuring a mixture of fireworks combined with patriotic…

Keith Belt Jr. Featured in Bar Publication

Published: May 27, 2015 in General, Personal Injury

What should plaintiffs’ lawyers do when an insurer fails to settle a tort action after a jury enters a verdict in excess of the insurer’s policy limits? That’s a question we’ve addressed at length in a scholarly article recently published in a legal publication. The…

Medicare Claims Show Overuse For CT Scanning

Published: Jul 22, 2011 in Business Law, General, Medical Malpractice

The over utilization of medical treatments like CT scans may cause radiation exposure especially to senior citizens, says medical malpractice attorney Keith T. Belt. The overuse of powerful CT scans in hundreds of hospitals across the country needlessly exposed patients to radiation by scanning their…

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