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Are You Purchasing Dangerous Toys for Your Children?

December 14, 2018
With the holidays right around the corner, many parents and relatives are hoping to find the perfect toys for their children, grandchildren, nieces, etc. There are many new and exciting toys on the market to choose from that may seem safe at first sight, but you may unknowingly be purchasing toys that could be harmful. [&he... read more

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Guilty of Not Completing This One Step That Could Save Your Life While Driving?

December 12, 2018
When you go on a drive, you typically check to make sure you have enough gas in the car, your engine is running correctly and you’re ready to go. But are you guilty of forgetting to do one of the simplest and most critically important actions that can save your life? There were nearly 600 […] Continue Reading

Save Your Life and Others, Don’t Drink & Drive Thanksgiving Eve

November 19, 2018
As an unofficial kickoff to the holiday season and celebration of an upcoming three-day weekend, many people partake in drinking at bars, restaurants and family and friends’ houses on Thanksgiving Eve. This tradition on the night before Thanksgiving has gained popularity in recent years, and is infamously known as “Blac... read more

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What You Should Know About Alabama’s Graduated Driver’s License Law

November 12, 2018
Attorney Mike White of Floyd Hunter Injury Law recently appeared on ABC 32 with host Andrew James to discuss the Graduated Driver’s License Law and share Floyd Hunter’s new and informative Young Driver’s Guide. Mike explained that the Alabama Driver’s License Law has three steps: the learner’s permit,  the re... read more

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Floyd Hunter Releases Free Young Drivers Guide for Parents and Teens

November 7, 2018
Many teens eagerly look forward to the day when they finally get their license to drive, which is a major milestone and rite of passage in their lives. Driving can be exhilarating, and having a license is a shiny ticket that opens doors to new opportunities, offering teens a taste of freedom and independence that […] Continue Reading

Community Group Calls for Hands-Free Driving Law in Honor of WWII Veteran & Friend

November 2, 2018
Frances Phelps, an active member of the Alabama community, was tragically killed in an accident involving a distracted driver this August. Phelps was a World War II Navy Veteran, a member of the Alabama Silver Haired Legislature, which is responsible for representing seniors throughout Alabama, as well as a former Mayor of ... read more

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Why Rejecting Uninsured and Underinsured Motorist Coverage Could Hurt You

October 18, 2018
Being in a car accident can be a very traumatic and scary experience, especially if you are injured. What can make the experience even more stressful is if you were hit by a driver without insurance or with very little insurance. You’re in a panic, wondering how you can pay for doctor’s visits, afford to […] Continue Reading

Alabama Mother Makes it Her Mission to End Distracted Driving

October 15, 2018
Could you imagine saying goodbye to your son or daughter before work, and never seeing them again? This is the tragic reality for Michelle Lunsford of Alabama, whose 17-year-old daughter Camryn died from the impact of crashing into a tractor-trailer on her way home from work one fateful night this February. The cause? Distr... read more

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Halloween Safety Tips for Parents, Trick-or-Treaters and Drivers

October 11, 2018
Halloween is only a few weeks away, and soon children will be dressing up as their favorite characters and participating in the exciting tradition of trick-or-treating. Although this is a fun time, parents, trick-or-treaters and drivers alike must be careful to ensure Halloween night doesn’t turn into a nightmare. Attorn... read more

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Don’t Downplay the Risks of Drowsy and Aggressive Driving

October 4, 2018
The University of Alabama Birmingham conducted research over the course of a year about the most dangerous driving risk factors. Among the main risk factors is the most common distracted driving example, texting and driving, and a less talked about distraction, driving with children. The study also cited aggressive driving ... read more

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