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Boating Safety Tips for the Summer Season

June 12, 2018
With summer around the corner, many people will soon enjoy time out on the open water in their boats. Unfortunately, this popular summer activity can be dangerous if the proper precautions are not taken. Attorney Mike White of Floyd Hunter Injury Law recently appeared on WAKA CBS 8 and WBMM CW 22 with host Olivia […] Continue Reading

What Motorcyclists Need to Know to Stay Safe this Summer

May 31, 2018
With summer around the corner, more motorcycle riders are enjoying time out on the open roads. However, it’s important for motorcyclists to understand the unique risks that they face and what riders can do to protect themselves and passengers. How Prevalent Are Motorcycle Fatalities? Motorcyclists face a high risk for inj... read more

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Dangerous Dog Procedure Act to Become Law on June 1

May 30, 2018
In 2017, there were 39 dog attack-related fatalities in the United States, and two of those tragic deaths occurred in Alabama. The most recent fatality occurred in December 2017, when Emily Colvin, a 24-year-old Jackson County resident, was killed by a pack of dogs right outside of her home. In response to her tragic death,... read more

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5 Tips for a Safe Memorial Day Weekend

May 25, 2018
Memorial Day Weekend marks the unofficial start of summer. No matter how you choose to spend your holiday weekend, whether it’s traveling to a beach or lake, spending time with friends and family at a BBQ or relaxing at home, the attorneys and staff at Floyd Hunter want to wish you and your family a […] Continue Reading

Tips for Bike Riders to Stay Safe on the Roads

May 18, 2018
May is National Bike Month, and with the weather getting warmer, more and more people are enjoying going outside and riding their bikes. Especially during this peak bike riding time, it’s important for bicyclists and drivers alike to safely share the roads. Jeff Hunter recently joined ABC 32 host Jeff Sanders to dis... read more

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How to Change Your Habits to Reduce Distracted Driving

May 4, 2018
Attorney Jeff Hunter recently appeared on WSFA NBC 12’s Alabama Live show with host Tonya Terry in honor of National Distracted Driving Awareness Month. Jeff’s appearance helped raise awareness about distracted driving and led to an insightful conversation about how to avoid this serious and preventable habit. Yet, what... read more

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Jeff Hunter Honored as Founder of Greek Honor Society Celebrating 25th Anniversary at Troy University

April 20, 2018
Attorney Jeff Hunter was recently honored for his role as the founder of Troy University’s Order of Omega Chapter, a National Greek Honor Society. The Order of Omega Chapter recognizes Greek members who demonstrate high levels of achievement in leadership, scholarship and involvement in both Greek and campus activities. I... read more

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What to Consider When Choosing an Alabama Personal Injury Attorney

April 19, 2018
When you are seriously injured in an accident, it’s critical that you hire a skilled personal injury attorney. After a serious accident, you may feel scared, overwhelmed or burdened. Time is critical, though, so you should speak to a personal injury lawyer quickly. You don’t want to wait too long to seek legal advice. T... read more

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What to Do If You Are Injured by a Distracted Driver

April 17, 2018
Recently, Attorney Mike White of Floyd Hunter Injury Law appeared on WAKA CBS 8 and WBMM CW 22 with host Olivia Deas. He discussed the prevalence of distracted driving—and what to do if you are injured in a car accident. Distracted driving is a serious problem—and cell phone usage is a huge culprit. You may […] Continue Reading

Floyd Hunter Co-Sponsors Celebration of Life Tribute Hosted by MADD

April 12, 2018
Floyd Hunter has partnered with Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) to co-sponsor MADD’s Celebration of Life Tribute on April 12, 2018, at the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts. MADD’s mission is to stop drunk driving, help fight against drugged driving, and to support the victims of these violent crimes and prevent u... read more

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