The Alabama DOT estimates about a 98% chance of being involved in a motor vehicle accident in your lifetime. And based on 2016 accident data, typical drivers in Alabama, over their lifetimes, have greater than a one in three chance of involvement in an injury or fatal crash. If you have injuries or expenses [...]
Halloween brings about sights and thoughts of haunted houses, ghosts & goblins, and spooky stories around the campfire. Celebrated every October 31st, it’s one of the most popular holidays with an estimated 41 million potential trick-or-treaters participating in 2017 alone. While most of the day is full of make-believe characters, and most of the [...]
If you live and work in Mobile or the Gulf Coast area, there is a good chance you commute in an automobile. There is also a good chance you have been involved in a car accident, or you most likely know people who have been in an accident. One of the most dangerous things you [...]
What are Liens and How Will They Affect My Settlement? First of all, what is a lien? A lien is a hold placed on money that has been or will be awarded at the end of a settlement or judgment. The money that is held aside is to pay a third party for a debt [...]
What are some statistics about Alabama drunk driving fatalities? On behalf of Clay, Massey & Associates, P.C. posted in car accidents on Thursday, August 4, 2016. It is pretty common knowledge that drunk drivers are public dangers. These drivers opt to drive even though they likely know the negative effects that alcohol [...]
What are some statistics about Alabama drunk driving fatalities? - car accidents - Clay, Massey & Associates, P.C.
Alcohol, drugs and driving always carry the possibility of being a fatal mixture. If a person who consumes alcohol and drugs decides to drive, it might not be his...
Now that the warmer weather is here, Alabama's waterways are full of people who are enjoying water sports. If you are planning on heading out on a boat this...
Did you know that texting takes a driver's eyes off the road for an average of five seconds? That means, if the car is going 55 miles per hour, the...
Drowsy driving is a very serious offense; like sleeping while driving, the person behind the wheel isn't paying attention to the road and won't react the way he or...