August 28, 2017

The Inattentive Driver: Motorcycle Accidents Spike in Alabama City

Muscle Shoals, Alabama, is seeing its fair share of motorcycle accidents lately, and many seem to stem from the actions of inattentive car drivers on the road.
As reported by the Times Daily, city police Lieutenant Mark Goins had to inform the wife of a good friend that her husband had died in a motorcycle crash (http://www.timesdaily.com/news/local/inattentiveness-by-motorists-a-factor-in-motorcycle-crashes/article_08d11cab-6016-5b87-8737-5bad83fdeaf0.html). That particular accident…..

August 21, 2017

Dealing with Knee Pain After a Car Accident

Focus on Your Health: Do Not Navigate the Personal Injury Process by Yourself
When it comes to car accidents; the crunch of the fender is just the beginning of the stress. Even seemingly minor incidents can be drawn out into a frustrating, expensive, legal matter. As the intensity and damage increase so does the stress. Suffering an injury only increases the stress.

July 25, 2017

When Someone’s Dog Bites Your Child

Dog bites are often traumatic to victims and their family members, particularly when the bite involves a child. Dog bites can be more than just little nips; they sometimes cause serious injury and death. Beloved family dogs as well as unfamiliar and aggressive canines can cause serious harm, resulting in scarring, nerve damage, infection, and loss of motor control…..

July 22, 2017

Fuel System Failure and Motorcycle Accidents: A Quick Guide

Most motorcyclists already know that proper care and maintenance of a motorcycle is key in avoiding accidents and potentially injuries. The problem is that even if you’re diligent about motorcycle maintenance, your bike could still suffer from a fuel system failure or other malfunction that directly causes a crash. Unfortunately, motorcycle accidents have a far greater chance of causing serious injuries or even death. In fact, statistics from the National Highway …..

July 17, 2017

Falling Debris

s our economy kicks back into gear, cities all across the country have seen a sharp increase in construction projects and renovations. Construction cranes have become a constant on city skylines, and roads are frequently being torn up and repaved. Though all these new projects are good signs for things to come, they pose serious risks to pedestrians and drivers on the roads below. It only takes a mistake…..

July 14, 2017

Lack of Sleep and Car Crashes: The Documented Link

Drivers often hear about not driving after drinking or while distracted, but there’s another dangerous driving behavior on the rise: getting behind the wheel without enough sleep.
As covered by NPR, the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety just released a report indicating that drivers who sleep just five or six hours over a 24-hour period are twice as likely to be in a crash than drivers