March, 2015

Alabama Prison Reform Bill Could Result in Some Big Changes

March 20, 2015

A bill currently making its way through the Alabama legislature could end up having big impacts on the state’s prison system, as well as how certain felonies are classified, in the future. This Alabama prison reform bill, which is sponsored by Sen. Cam Ward (R-Alabaster), was unanimously approved by the Senate Judiciary Committee this past…
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Fatal Truck Accidents: 6 Facts You Should Know (Pt. 3) 

March 15, 2015

Here’s the conclusion to our blog series entitled Fatal Truck Accidents: 6 Facts You Should Know. Additional Important Info about Fatal Truck Accidents in the U.S. 5 – Fatal truck accidents cost the U.S. economy roughly $40 billion annually. While the impacts of fatal truck accidents can be devastating to victims, including their families, the…
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Fatal Truck Accidents: 6 Facts You Should Know (Pt. 2)

March 10, 2015

Proceeding from Fatal Truck Accidents: 6 Facts You Should Know (Pt. 1), below, some more crucial findings that related to the incidence of fatal truck accidents in the U.S. will be revealed and discussed. Fatal Truck Accidents in the U.S.: More Important Findings 3 – For every trucker who dies in a fatal truck accident,…
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Fatal Truck Accidents: 6 Facts You Should Know (Pt. 1)

March 5, 2015

About 330,000 truck accidents involving larger trucks occur in the U.S. each year. While transportation safety regulators are continuing to work on reducing the incidence of these collisions and saving lives, a recently issued report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), has revealed some important new findings regarding fatal truck accidents in…
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6 Important Stats & Facts about Pedestrian Accidents (Pt. 3)

February 28, 2015

Ending our blog series 6 Important Stats & Facts about Pedestrian Accidents, here are a few more things that can be crucial to know about these types of traffic accidents. Pedestrian Accidents: Additional Important Info 5 – Pedestrian accidents are preventable. Up until this point, the facts and stats about pedestrian accidents that we’ve pointed…
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6 Important Stats & Facts about Pedestrian Accidents (Pt. 2)

February 24, 2015

Resuming 6 Important Stats & Facts about Pedestrian Accidents (Pt. 1), we’ll reveal some more crucial info below that you may want to know about pedestrian accidents. And, remember, if you have been hurt in any traffic accident caused by a negligent driver, you can turn to Joe M. Reed & Associates LLC for help…
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6 Important Stats & Facts about Pedestrian Accidents (Pt. 1)

February 20, 2015

Being hit by a negligent driver can be damaging enough when people are in their own vehicles; however, when the people hit are pedestrians, rather than other motorists, the impacts of these traffic accidents can end up being far worse – if not deadly. Taking a closer look at the occurrence and impacts of pedestrian…
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Alabama DUI Probation: FAQs (Pt. 3)

February 15, 2015

Concluding our blog series Alabama DUI Probation: FAQs, below are some more responses to frequently asked questions regarding probation for DUI cases in Alabama. Alabama DUI Probation: More Answers Q – Can I drive during my Alabama DUI probation? A – Maybe. How your driving privileges are affected by your DUI case and Alabama DUI…
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Alabama DUI Probation: FAQs (Pt. 2)

February 10, 2015

Continuing from where we left off in Alabama DUI Probation: FAQs (Pt. 1), here, we will respond to some more commonly asked questions about this aspect of DUI cases. More Answers about Alabama DUI Probation Q – What are common terms of Alabama DUI probation? A – Although the specific terms of Alabama DUI probation…
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Alabama DUI Probation: FAQs (Pt. 1)

February 5, 2015

When facing DUI charges, accused people tend to be very concerned about the possible penalties they may face, especially if jail time and expensive fines are a possibility. What these people may not realize, however, is that the terms of Alabama DUI probation can be just as harsh as some DUI penalties and that: This…
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