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Premises Liability

Who is Responsible for Swimming Pool Injuries?

Who Is Responsible for Swimming Pool Injuries?

Published: Aug 02, 2020 in Premises Liability, Swimming Pool

The Alabama heat during spring and summer can be challenging to deal with. But with water-related activities comes the risk for sustaining swimming pool injuries. The Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) reports that more than 3,500 drownings occur per year in the United States….

Most Common Christmas Injuries

Published: Dec 20, 2017 in Car Accidents, Personal Injury, Premises Liability

Every year, Americans look forward to Christmas so that they can spend time with their loved ones and enjoy the festivities that the holiday offers. While Christmas is an exciting holiday, it can become dangerous when certain safety precautions are disregarded. Below is a list…

Liability in Hunting Accidents

Published: Dec 01, 2017 in Personal Injury, Premises Liability, Wrongful Death

Our office has investigated many accidents in order to determine liability, and we know how to help you during this difficult time. Contact Belt & Bruner, P.C., to speak with our experienced Alabama hunting accident attorneys today. Call us today at (205) 933-1500. Thousands of…

Common Elevator Accident Injuries

Published: Apr 03, 2017 in Defective Products, Premises Liability

If you have been injured in an elevator accident, you may be suffering from immense physical pain and worried about who will cover your medical expenses and other financial losses while you are recovering from your injuries. Our Alabama premises liability lawyers at Belt &…

Slip and Fall Accidents During Winter Months

Published: Jan 23, 2017 in Personal Injury, Premises Liability

During winter months, icy, wet, or snowy pavements can increase the risk of slip and fall accidents. Winter weather leads to slippery surfaces, which means that entryways, parking lots, stairs, and other walkways must be regularly cleared and properly maintained to avoid potentially unsafe conditions….

Alabama Law on Dog Attacks

Published: Dec 26, 2016 in Personal Injury, Premises Liability

Under Alabama law, an owner of a dog can be held liable for injuries to another person. Depending on the specific circumstances of the case, a dog attack victim may be able to recover compensation for his or her injuries under Alabama’s dog attack statute,…

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