Drunk Driving Facts and Drunk Driving Accidents

Alabama netted high grades from Mothers Against Drunk Driving in its battle to keep alcohol-impaired people from getting behind the wheel and causing devastating car crashes. In its 2014 Report to the Nation, MADD gave Alabama four out of five stars in its grading system for efforts to curtail drunk…

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The dangers of brain injuries are catching the nation’s attention in the wake of an agreement by the National Football League to pay a $765 million settlement to former players suffering from years of football hits to the head. Longtime Green Bay Packers quarterback Brett Favre and Atlanta Falcons safety Deion Sanders…

Personal Injury Law Firm - Auto Accident Lawyer

Each year, thousands of people are injured in car crashes, falls and workplace accidents because of poor eyesight. One British study found that nearly 3,000 automobile accident injuries a year are caused by people who can’t see well. And now, apparently, there’s an app for that. Two new apps, called…

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How much insurance is enough? In today’s world, one might say you can never have enough insurance coverage. Whether it be homeowner’s, automobile, boat, motorcycle, business, life, health, professional malpractice or any other type of insurance, carrying the maximum amount of coverage can save your financial well being in the…

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The law firm of Morris, King & Hodge, P.C., is pleased to announce the presentation of $3,000 in scholarship money to three Alabama high school seniors who wrote about the dangers of distracted driving. Participants in the law firm’s inaugural Drivers Safety Scholarship Fund essay contest were asked to write…

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To kick off Child Abuse Prevention Month, the personal injury lawyers at Morris, King & Hodge, P.C., are proud to sponsor the National Children’s Advocacy Center’s Superhero’s 5K/1M & Fun Run on Sunday April 3rd, 2016. This very special fundraising event is open to all ages and will begin at…