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Common Sports Injuries

Published: Mar 03, 2017 in Personal Injury, Traumatic Brain Injury

It is no secret that Alabama natives are some of the most die-hard sports fans in the country. That includes not only spending time watching our favorite college football team but participating in a variety of sporting activities to stay physically active. Now more than…

Time Limits on Personal Injury Claims for Children

Published: Feb 28, 2017 in Personal Injury

Children injure themselves all the time. However, if a child suffers from an injury that was the result of someone else’s negligence or careless acts, they may be entitled to compensation. If you believe that another party was responsible for your child’s injury, it’s important…

Pipeline Explosions Cause Work Injuries

Published: Feb 24, 2017 in Workplace accidents

A work-related injury can happen to anyone and in any industry across Alabama, including the gas and oil industry, which is no stranger to accidents, such as pipeline explosions. With multiple pipelines traversing the state, a worker’s life can change in an instant because of…

Spilled Load Accidents in Alabama

Published: Feb 15, 2017 in Personal Injury, Truck Accident

If you have been injured in a truck accident that occurred because of a spilled load or lost a loved one as a result, you should contact the highly-skilled Alabama truck accident attorneys with Belt & Bruner, P.C. immediately. We have considerable experience handling spilled…

Takata Airbags Cause Injuries and Death

Published: Feb 10, 2017 in Defective Products, Personal Injury

There has recently been a lot of media attention regarding defective auto parts and airbags in particular. A lot of this centers around the millions of Americans that have been affected by the defective Takata airbags. In environments with high levels of humidity, the moisture…

Why Join a Class Action Lawsuit?

Published: Feb 06, 2017 in Class Action Lawsuits

It is important to remember that the class action process can be very complex with a lot of moving parts. In fact, before the lawsuit even begins, and in order for a class action lawsuit to be considered in a courtroom, there must be a…

Recovering Compensation from Uninsured Drivers

Published: Jan 31, 2017 in Car Accidents, Personal Injury

Under Alabama law, every driver must have auto liability insurance. An uninsured motorist is someone who lacks any auto liability insurance or has insurance that is below the state-mandated minimum coverage limits. In Alabama, the minimum coverage limits are $25,000 per person for bodily injury,…

Problems with Understaffing in Nursing Homes

Published: Jan 26, 2017 in Nursing Home, Personal Injury

As of 2014, more than 1.4 million people resided in nursing homes across the country. While countless families rely on nursing homes to provide essential care for their elderly loved ones, many long-term care facilities are understaffed. This can lead to cases of nursing home…

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….

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