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Sep 02, 2015 | Alcohol Injury, Boating Accidents, Personal Injury

Safety Alert: Labor Day Holiday Means More Traffic on Alabama Lakes, More Boaters Under the Influence of Alcohol

Whether skiing on Smith Lake, chasing bass and crappie on Neely Henry or renting a cabin beside Logan Martin, thousands of Alabamians will t...

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May 27, 2015 | General, Personal Injury

Keith Belt Jr. Featured in Bar Publication

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’...

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May 22, 2015 | Personal Injury, Traumatic Brain Injury

No Helmets in Football? Training Without Helmets May Prevent Head Injuries

Athletes who play these sports, whether in their youth or later in life as a career, face an increased risk of suffering a concussion or tra...

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Apr 14, 2015 | Class Action Lawsuits, Personal Injury

Waste Management Class Action Law Suit Filed

Unethical and fraudulent practices by companies taking advantage of the disadvantage need to be pursued legally to ensure those financially ...

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Apr 14, 2015 | Defective Products, Personal Injury

Bicycle Pedals Recalled by Performance Inc. Due to Fall Hazard

Products manufactured according to substandard standards may inadvertently cause extensive injury or death to its owner, says Alabama produc...

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Aug 08, 2014 | Defective Products, Personal Injury

Asbestos Revisited: A New Autoimmune Disease?

Any product taken to market with limited testing and time spent monitoring the long-term effects of its usage may inadvertently cause extens...