Author Archives: Rob Rosasco
Staying Safe in a Public Pool in Alabama
During the hot summer months in Alabama, few activities are quite as enjoyable as relaxing with the family at a public pool. Indeed, public pools in Mobile offer enjoyment for all members of the family, and visiting these attractions are certainly a favorite pastime for many throughout the state. However, a day at the… Read More »
Injuries on the Playground – Negligence or Just an Accident?
Although summer is in full swing, in just a few short months parents will be sending their kids back to school for another year. And while the school year is filled with classroom learning, for many kids, the most fun is had outside of the building on the playground. Nearly every school day, kids… Read More »
Injuries on Federal & State Land – Parks and Office Buildings – Who pays for my injuries?
Any type of injury has the potential to cause devastating financial loss and ongoing pain and suffering. The one consolation for personal injury victims is that they have the right to sue the person or organization responsible for their injuries. However, this looks much different when the injury took place in a park or… Read More »
How Do I Know If I Have a Medical Malpractice Suit?
There are many factors that determine whether or not you have a provable medical malpractice case. Just because you had a bad outcome, that doesn’t necessarily mean that negligence was to blame. Unfortunately, complications occur in medicine which could leave a patient in a worse state of health than before a medical procedure, but… Read More »
Common Questions About Birth Injuries in Alabama
When a child suffers from a serious injury at birth, it can be one of the most agonizing experiences for the entire family. A birth injury could lead to long-lasting medical issues, struggles growing up, enormous medical bills and even limited opportunities as an adult. Children suffering from birth injuries could require ongoing medical care, special… Read More »
Do I Need Uninsured Motorist Insurance in Alabama?
Imagine you and your family get in the car to go out for a nice dinner. You approach an intersection and have a green light, but another vehicle decides to run through their red light and crashes into the side of your car. Because of this crash, you now have a totaled vehicle and… Read More »
What Are Some Common Pedestrian Accident Injuries in Alabama?
Pedestrian accidents and injuries are a growing public health and safety concern. The National Highway Traffic Safety Association (NHTSA) reports that nearly 5,000 pedestrians are killed each year on U.S. roads and over 75,000 injured when struck by a car or truck. Anytime a pedestrian is hit by a motor vehicle, there’s a good… Read More »
Where Do Most Accidents in Alabama Occur – Interstates or Rural Roadways?
According to the United States Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), the fatality rate for crashes that occur on rural roads is twice that of fatalities on the interstate. The number consistently remains between 55 and 60 percent nationwide. This is despite the fact that only 23 percent of the population lives in what would… Read More »
Injuries Suffered While Riding The School Bus In Alabama
According to the website American School Bus Council, Alabama school districts operate approximately 7,000 school buses every year. Those buses travel more than 150 million miles per year, including trips to and from school, extra-curricular activities, and for other organizations that rent a school bus for event transportation. With many federal regulations in place to… Read More »
Is There a Time Limit on How Long I Have to File a Claim if I’ve Been Injured in Alabama?
In the direct aftermath of an accident in Alabama, initiating a lawsuit is rarely on the list of priorities for injured victims or their survivors. Instead, accident victims are often inundated with medical and rehabilitation expenses, property damages, and other related charges, and are simply concerned with how keep up with the rapidly rising… Read More »