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Local Roads More Dangerous Than Alabama Highways

With so much attention on the dangers of drunk driving, it may be surprising for Alabama drivers to learn that speeding can be just as dangerous. According to the National Transportation Safety Board, auto accidents involving speeding were responsible for more than 112,500 deaths on the roads of the U.S. between 2005 and 2014. This...

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Anti-Lock Braking Systems on Motorcycles Can Help Reduce Fatal Accidents

Every year, hundreds of motorcyclists are injured and killed on the roads of Mobile. The statistics can be staggering, especially when they reveal that passenger vehicle fatalities occur at a mere fraction of the rate of fatal motorcycle accidents. Luckily, new technologies are making motorcycles safer for riders. After a motorcycle crash, it can be...

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The Most and Least Safe Vehicles on the Road in Alabama

Every year, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety and National Highway Safety Administration publish statistics on the fatality rates of vehicles in America. These statistics offer insight into the safest – and least safe – vehicles on the roads in and around Mobile. The Trends The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety recently released data on...

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Baby Injuries With Defective Products on Rise

Nothing is more devastating than for a parent to see their child be hurt. The devastation can be made even worse if the injury is the result of a product purchased by a parent or caregiver. Parents buy many items to keep their young children safe, from cribs to car seats to strollers. Unfortunately, in recent years, there has been...

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Can a Nursing Home Arbitration Clause be Challenged in Court?

Throughout the country, there are hundreds of assisted living centers and nursing homes that include arbitration clauses in their admissions paperwork. These clauses are often not understood by the seniors who sign them, or by family members who submit paperwork on behalf of a loved one who is entering a nursing home.  Unfortunately, whether the...

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Nursing Home Problems Not Being Disclosed by Hospitals

Patients are routinely discharged from hospitals to nursing home care facilities. This can happen if the patient was hospitalized for something like a stroke, and the illness or injury has left the patient temporarily or permanently unable to live independently. If the patient needs skilled rehab services, such as might occur after a hip or...

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Car Accidents Spiking Thanks to Mobile Technology

In the first half of 2016, there were 17,775 people in the United States who died in car accidents. This was a significant increase in fatalities compared with the number of people who died in car accidents during the same time period in 2015. The increases in motor vehicle accident fatalities comes after many years...

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