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Car Accident Aftercare in Alabama – What You Should Know

If you’ve found yourself in a car accident, you might be confused and overwhelming attempting to handle everything going on. It’s a frustrating and scary experience, especially if you have been injured. The potential ramifications and how they could impact your life might even seem just too big to face. Never fear, however, as there

What is Social Security Disability Insurance?

When people think of Social Security Disability Insurance–often referred to as SSDI–they often think of government programs, not insurance. The truth is in the name. SSDI is a form of insurance, paid into by employees and employers. For those who qualify, SSDI payments are based on your work history, specifically the history of how long

Successfully Co-Parenting As The Kids Go Back To School

If you are separated, in the middle of a divorce or already divorced, getting the kids back to school still needs to be a team effort. There are a number of issues that can arise in the process whether with scheduling, supplies, involvement on the first day or volunteering in the classroom. We’ve outlined some

Common reasons for 18-wheeler wrecks

Car accidents happen every day, but most of these are relatively minor. That is not the case with large trucks and buses. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration reports that there were over 4,000 buses and trucks involved in fatal crashes in 2015. Due to the immense size of these vehicles, collisions have a greater likelihood of

What to watch for to identify a distracted driver

People are constantly on the go in today’s world, and it is easy to become distracted while you are driving. Distractions come in many forms, from texting on a cell phone to looking out the window at a beautiful sunset. The problem comes when a distracted driver causes an accident that leaves another person injured

Two surprising factors account for traffic fatalities in Alabama

Across the United states, there were 35,092 deaths as the result of motor vehicle crashes in 2015. The figures, provided by the U.S. Department of Transportation, cited a number of causes, including alcohol, lack of seatbelt use and speeding. Here in Alabama, those factors are definitely contributors to the state’s high rate of traffic deaths,

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