Car Wrecks: Things to Know if You’re Injured

Getting into a car accident means you are not having a good day. But even after the tow trucks have come and gone, and you are home, or hospitalized if you’re injured, there are a lot of legal issues to deal with.  The law is always changing, and you have to keep up...

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Alabama’s New Marriage Law

The rules they are changing if you are getting married in Alabama. The new marriage law goes into effect August 29, 2019. The biggest changes are that you will not be required to have a ceremony with a minister presiding, and the license does not have to be obtained...

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When OnStar Doesn’t Work: And Your Child is in the Car

A Florida woman found herself in an tough situation when she couldn’t get into her car where she had left her small child. General Motors says it is investigating what went wrong with the automobile’s OnStar system.  Christina Tuffords was loading groceries into her...

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Scam Artists: Don’t Become a Victim

Scammers seem to be hidden around every corner. Use of the internet to communicate, pay bills, shop, and to otherwise conduct a large part of our lives, makes it easier than ever for scammers to hide and victimize. Research has shown that older people are more likely...

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New Vaping Law in Alabama

A new vaping law just enacted in Alabama means some big changes for retail outlets and vape-ers, alike. The law is drawing criticism from both groups.  This wide-ranging law, which was passed by the legislature earlier this year, goes into effect this week. Tobacco...

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Schools Zones and Traffic Laws

School house doors are opening in many Alabama cities today, and that means very different traffic patterns for drivers. It is easy to enjoy the lighter traffic during summer break, but it means you will have to adjust your driving patterns as more traffic hits the...

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Workers’ Compensation: Are You Eligible?

If you are injured on the job or become ill as a result of your job, then you are eligible for workers’ compensation benefits. These benefits include payment for your medical bills and some of your lost wages. There is a catch: you may receive benefits regardless of...

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Estate Planning: Some Things You Should Know

Whether you have gathered a lot in your lifetime, or you are just starting out - estate planning is essential to determine what happens with your worldly goods after you have gone.  Of course, you will need a Will to dispose of your assets at the time of your passing,...

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Do Police Officers Have Constitutional Rights?

The right to free speech, for instance, is being questioned by police departments across the country. If a police officer posts on his or her personal Facebook page an opinion that offends someone else, should the officer be fired or suspended? Law enforcement...

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Insurance Questions and Your Rights

If you are injured in a car wreck, or your house is damaged in a storm - does your insurance cover everything to make you whole again? Most likely, the answer to that question is, no.  Insurance - from automobile to homeowners’ policies, cover you in many ways, but...

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