Under longstanding Alabama law, the “owner or keeper” of a vicious or dangerous dog is legally responsible for any injuries caused by the animal.
Insurance companies can be difficult to work with when it comes to personal injury claims. In some instances, an insurance company may deny
In Alabama, the measure of personal property damage is the difference between the reasonable market value of the property immediately before it was
Most drivers know that laws about getting behind the wheel of a car. We tend to be less familiar with the rules of the road for pedestrians.
We are often asked whether a parent or an owner of a vehicle is responsible for the conduct of a child or another person using a vehicle with
In the very unfortunate situation where a person is killed by the wrongful act of another person or a corporation in Alabama, the heirs may make
Subrogation is the right of a third party – usually a health, disability or automobile insurance company – to recover money paid to or on behalf of
What does the Alabama Mandatory Insurance law mean for uninsured Alabama residents involved in a motor vehicle wreck?
The state can suspend a driver’s license or an owner’s vehicle registration until the proper forms are submitted and fees paid when an uninsured
Although many think the dramatic parts of a trial – the opening and closing arguments — are the most crucial moments, the actual evidence presented