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Alabama Teen on Life Support Due to Brain Injury From Car Crash

An Alabama motorcycle accident resulted in a teenager being seriously injured. The teenager had to have surgery to remove part of his skull. He suffered …

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Wrongful Death Lawsuits in Alabama – FAQ

When a person dies because of someone else’s actions, the death may be considered a wrongful death. The deceased individual surviving family members have the …

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Who is at Fault in a Multi-Vehicle Collision?

It is not uncommon for traffic accidents to involve more than one vehicle. Multi-vehicle collisions are common on highways and at intersections. In these types …

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A Doctor Misdiagnosed My Child: Do I Have a Malpractice Case?

When medical professionals fail to diagnose a child’s medical condition or fail to diagnose it in time, the child’s condition can worsen. As with every …

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Is Asking a Coworker for a Date Sexual Harassment?

Finding a romantic partner can be difficult in this day and age. Many working adults spend a significant amount of time with their coworkers. Understandably, …

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Preparing for Your First Meeting With a Personal Injury Attorney in Alabama

If you become injured in a car accident, slip, and fall accident, or in any other type of accident that was not your fault, you …

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Bob Saget Died of a Traumatic Brain Injury: How Common are These Injuries?

Last month, Bob Saget, a beloved actor and comedian, was found dead in his Florida hotel room. The autopsy confirmed that he passed away due …

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Can Inappropriate Emails or Text Messages Constitute Workplace Harassment?

The coronavirus pandemic has brought about many changes to the workforce. Since the beginning of 2020, more employers than ever have allowed their employees to …

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The Elements of a Bad Faith Insurance Claim

After a car accident, a terrible storm, or any other type of accident, victims who have been injured rely on their insurance company to cover …

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Alabama is Not a “No-Fault” Insurance State: What Does it Mean?

Some states have adopted a “no-fault” system for auto insurance claims after car accidents. However, Alabama has retained the fault-based system. When someone causes a …

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The Rise of Sexual Abuse by Teachers

Erik Heninger and Brandy Robertson secured a $1.5 million judgment against a cheerleading coach and gym for sexual assault and invasion of privacy of two …

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Five Benefits of Hiring a Brain Injury Attorney

(TBI) can have devastating long-term effects. Serious traumatic brain injuries can damage a person’s ability to live their day-to-day life as they once did before …

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