Tornadoes, Wind Storms or Fire Losses

Things You Should Know Insurance companies have armies of full-time lobbyists, public relations people, lawyers and adjusters.  They are in complete control of the policies they write and provide to the public.  These policies are constantly revised to exclude coverage, not add it.  Many state laws favor insurance companies.  Often, amounts owed by the insurance… read more

Design defects make machines deadly.

Design defects make machines deadly. Especially when companies remove safety features. Attorney Kenny Cole recently resolved a case where a company removed a safety cover and a machine detached and fell from a height. In this video, the treadmill does not have framework completely enclosing the tread belt. Watch the ball get pulled beneath the… read more

Car Seat Requirements in Rideshare Vehicles and Taxis

Traveling with young children is not always easy. You might recognize the immense importance of using a safety-approved car seat to protect your child, yet one might not always be available if you are traveling via taxi or rideshare vehicle. It might also be illegal in Alabama to travel with your child without using a… read more

Fire Safety Tips for the Holiday Season

The Christmas holiday naturally comes with many fire hazards the average household does not see the rest of the year. Christmas trees, strings of lights, dangerous decorations, heating units and holiday cooking all run significant fire safety risks. Do not let your celebration of the season lead to a house fire, serious burn injuries or… read more

Safe Driving Tips for Pregnant Women

Many activities become more dangerous while pregnant. Carrying a baby comes with unique risks to you and your unborn child. Recognizing potential hazards and how to mitigate them can prevent serious injuries to you and your baby. Although driving can have unique risks for pregnant women, you can retain your independence far into your pregnancy… read more