Holiday events and celebrations can be exciting times for family and friends to get together. But, get-togethers with family and friends can turn into tragedies when people are killed or injured in traffic crashes. As the holiday season is approaching, motorists need to be mindful of actions that will make their holiday travel safer. Drivers…

If you have been in a car wreck, you are required by Alabama Law to put your insurance company on notice of the wreck. You are required by your insurance policy to do it promptly after the wreck. Some policies have time limits, and if you go beyond a time limit, you may not be…

Ed Rowan, Esq. of Taylor Martino, P.C. recently met with an expert engineer, Dr. Brian Pfeifer of BEC Consulting about his extensive experience investigating potential defective designs and installation of guardrails and barriers along highways and interstates. His specialty is roadside safety and analysis of maintenance of traffic issues. The sole purpose of guardrails and barriers is…

The lawyers of Taylor Martino, PC understand an accident can occur from time to time. They are unavoidable. Since we can’t plan when they will happen, here are some helpful tips to know what to do when you are involved in a motorcycle accident. First things first. Make sure everyone is okay. Remove yourself and…

Even though the state of Alabama requires all driver’s to be covered by insurance, this is not always the case. If you are in a car accident and the other driver does not have insurance, you might need these helpful tips to make sure you get coverage for your injuries and damages. Call the Police….

A Mobile, Alabama man was convicted in the state’s first texting-while-driving manslaughter case. Prosecutors claimed Jonathan Raynes was “fixated on his phone” flipping between Facebook, Kik, My Yearbook and the dating site Badoo in the moments leading up to the crash. Alabama State Troopers say Miranda Hamilton died after Raynes’ pickup truck crossed the center line…

Pascagoula, MS. Truck Accident Settlement — A 52-year-old Pascagoula man who was in a collision with a Laurel trucker in Gautier in 2004 was awarded $2.3 million as a settlement from G.B. “Boots” Smith Corp.

Joseph Toomey and his mother are suing General Motors, Mobile County, Prichard and others for an unspecified amount of money as a result of the November 2007 crash that left the 17-year-old Satsuma High School football star paralyzed. Toomey, 16, at the time, was driving a 1999 GMC Jimmy that overturned on Kushla McLeod Road…

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PERSONAL INJURY LAWYERS
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Mobile, Alabama 36602

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