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Does personal injury law cover motorcycle accidents?

Whether for the sensation of the air rushing past them or the feeling of freedom on an open road, for some people in Alabama there is nothing better than riding a motorcycle on a perfect summer day. There may not be anything more dangerous, either. Although most motorcyclists are incredibly focused on safety, drivers of larger motor vehicles rarely have the same focus, putting you at risk for a serious injury, which is eligible for compensation under personal injury law.

Personal injury law allows families to seek compensation

No matter how safely most Alabama residents drive, it is impossible to avoid encountering those who act recklessly behind the wheel. Unfortunately, many of these negligent drivers fail to take into account the conditions of the roads on which they travel, making some areas more dangerous than others. Although there is nothing that can undo the devastation of a fatal accident, personal injury law allows for compensation to victims and surviving family members.

Alabama tractor trailer crash leaves couple with fatal injuries

Serious accidents involving tractor trailers are always frightening. Unfortunately, they also tend to have outcomes that lead to families losing loved ones. When a truck driver is considered at fault for such a crash, surviving loved ones may have reason to take legal action against the driver and the trucking company for which he or she works.

Alabama car crash results in woman's death

When drivers do not take care to remain safe and aware behind the wheel, they could easily cause issues on roadways. In many cases, reckless or negligent drivers cause serious car accidents that leave innocent travelers with serious or fatal injuries. When a crash does prove deadly, the victim's family may be looking for legal information in the aftermath.

Wrongful death claim may result from Alabama bicycle accident

When another person is considered responsible for the death of a loved one, surviving family members may have reason to take legal action. A wrongful death claim could help those individuals pursue compensation for damages resulting from the fatal event. This type of action is not entirely uncommon after car accidents that lead to deaths.

Wrongful death: Alcohol suspected in fatal Alabama crash

There are many situations in which individuals could have grounds to take legal actions against other parties. When it comes to fatal car accidents, surviving family of victims may have reason to file wrongful death claims against the drivers considered at fault. These types of claims could help them pursue compensation for permitted damages.

Family of teen may consider wrongful death claim after crash

People commonly believe that teen drivers pose considerable risks on the road due to their inexperience. Unfortunately, many car accidents do occur with teens behind the wheel, and the outcomes of those crashes can be tragic. If an accident leads to a fatality, the family of the deceased victim may have options for filing a wrongful death claim against the parties believed responsible.

Allegedly purposeful car crash leads to multiple injuries

When another person's actions result in someone suffering serious injuries, a close assessment of the event will need to take place. In many cases, a car crash is caused by the negligence or recklessness of another driver, and this type of incident commonly results in harm to other travelers. When individuals are injured, they may have reason to seek compensation.

Teen suffers fatal injuries in Alabama bicycle-car accident

Bicycling can offer a variety of benefits to those who wish to travel in this manner. It can save on gas, allow for exercise and cost far less than buying a car. However, sharing the roadways with automobiles can pose serious hazards, and if a bicyclist is struck by a vehicle, he or she could easily suffer fatal injuries as a result.

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