What Every Bar Owner in Alabama Needs to Know About the Dram Shop Act

If you own a bar in Alabama, there's no doubt you are aware of the hot water you can get into if one of your intoxicated customers cause an accident after leaving the bar and the accident results in injury or death due to the Dram Shop Act. In Alabama, bar owners are civilly liable when their intoxicated customers cause an accident, but they will not be held criminally liable. Here's what you need to know. [Read More]

Has Your Disability Caused You To Be Obese - This May Add On Value To Your Workers Compensation Case

A workplace injury can be devastating. Not only can it limit the amount of work you are able to do, it can limit the daily activities you are able to participate in with you and your family. Your employer is obligated to provide you medical care for the health problems created by your injuries, but what happens when your injury causes you to have additional health problems, such as weight gain, or causes you to be obese? [Read More]

Slip And Fall Accidents At LAX: What You Need To Know

Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) is the fifth busiest airport in the world, serving more than 70 million passengers a year. While most passengers use the airport without any issues, the sheer volume of people using the facilities means that accidents will happen, and some visitors experience painful slip and fall injuries. Find out what you may need to do to claim compensation for an injury that you or someone you love suffers due to a slip and fall accident at LAX. [Read More]

Tips For Negotiating The Contingency Fee For Your Motorcycle Accident Case

It is no secret that litigating a motorcycle accident case can be expensive. Your biggest expense will be the attorney's fees, which can land anywhere between $150 and $400 per hour. Many times, however, an attorney will litigate the case on a contingency basis, meaning the person will take a percentage of any settlement or court award you win. Here are a few tips for negotiating a contingency arrangement with an attorney to ensure the rate charged is fair to both of you. [Read More]