If you suffer an injury on property owned by another person or business in Alabama, it is important to understand the various laws and rules that will
“Please be careful” is a continuous warning parents relay to their children, but children are often faced with many risks that are outside of
Under most circumstances, a landowner in Alabama has very minimal obligation to trespassers. Typically, a landowner is only required to refrain from
Southern hospitality is a long standing tradition in Alabama and our residents take pride in offering guests food and drink — especially during
Under longstanding Alabama law, the “owner or keeper” of a vicious or dangerous dog is legally responsible for any injuries caused by the animal.
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
Although many think the dramatic parts of a trial – the opening and closing arguments — are the most crucial moments, the actual evidence presented
There are many types claims made as a result of injuries on another person’s property under Alabama’s common law. These claims are commonly referred