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Florida: The Most Dangerous State for Pedestrians

Florida is the deadliest state for pedestrians: A 2017 study found eight of 10 most dangerous cities are located in Florida. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s Traffic Safety Facts, “On average, a pedestrian is killed every 1.5 hours in traffic crashes.” According to Florida’s integrated report exchange system, for Escambia County in 2018: 83 crashes involving pedestrians

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Employers’ Liability: Who’s to Blame?

If you become ill at work, and because it is a part of your job, is your employer liable for your medical bills? This is a tough question to answer, particularly if the illness is not a workers’ compensation claim. But it happened to a Texas man who claims he got West...

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Auto Insurance: How Much Should You Have?

If you’re riding in an automobile that is involved in a wreck, can you sue the driver of the car in which you’re riding for damages? Let’s just say, you’re riding to the mall with your next door neighbor. You haven’t paid them for gas, or done anything else to benefit...

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Facebook and The Sixth Grader

Social media can be fun and informative, but in some cases, it can get you into some trouble.  One 6th grader is learning about the perils of social media the hard way. When Riley Smith wrote on her Facebook wall that she hated a teacher’s aide at her school “because...

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LawCall – Fighting the Insurance Company

WVUA hosts LawCall every week on Thursday at 6:30 p.m. This week the topic will be “Fighting the Insurance Company,” with our host, Josh Hayes, and our guest, Coe Baxter. Please email us your legal questions anytime at lawcall@wvuatv.com. Alternatively, you may visit the LawCall Tuscaloosa website to submit your questions, learn more about our […]

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Round-Up Pesticide May Cause Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma – You May be Eligible for Compensation

A California jury ordered chemical giant Monsanto to pay $289 million Friday to a school groundskeeper who was diagnosed with terminal cancer after using Roundup, one of the world’s most popular weed killers. Prince Glover Hayes is actively representing individuals that were exposed to Round-Up weed killer in farming or other commercial uses and have […]

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