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Under longstanding Alabama law, the “owner or keeper” of a vicious or dangerous dog is legally responsible for any injuries caused by the animal. In some cases, however, if a landlord or property man<><><>[...]
April 28th, 2017
Insurance companies can be difficult to work with when it comes to personal injury claims. In some instances, an insurance company may deny their insured was responsible for an incident and refuse to<>[...]
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