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Car Accident

Car accidents occur every five seconds in the United States. Each one is a frightening and potentially devastating experience.

Injuries from car accidents can take many forms – from broken bones, torn ligaments and traumatic brain injuries to whiplash, back injuries and even death. When the injuries and damages are severe, a lawyer should be consulted immediately. It is important that a thorough investigation be conducted while physical evidence is intact and witnesses’ memories are still fresh. Your lawyer can also help you navigate the often confusing insurance issues such as medical payments coverage and uninsured or underinsured motorist claims.

Cunningham Bounds handles car accident cases throughout Alabama and elsewhere. We have the resources and experience to guide you through the difficult aftermath of a car accident. We can help you determine the most effective course of action and successfully represent you both in, and out, of court.



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Oct 15, 2016 | Newsletter

Legal Update - Fall 2016

Apr 01, 2015 | Article

Overcoming an Assertion of Fifth Amendment Privilege Against Self-Incrimination in Parallel Civil Proceedings

Bud and Allie are returning home from a social engagement when their passenger car is struck broadside by a speeding 18-wheeler. Bud is killed. Allie is injured. Law enforcement conducts a field sobriety test on the truck driver, charges him with DUI, and obtains a blood sample. Upon learning the truck driver also had traces of methamphetamines in his blood at the time of the wreck, the truck driver is indicted for murder.

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Legal Update – Tire Failures & Tread Separation

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Legal Update - Injury Cases: FAQs, Part 2

Personal injury attorneys Billy Bonner and Robert Mitchell answer frequently asked questions on Legal Update with Drexel Gilbert.

Litigation Success

$6.5 Million Settlement

$6,500,000 Recovered for Client Injured in Head-On Collision

A.S. v. Smith Oil Company, Inc., Dennis Eugene Endsley, Jr., and Federated Mutual Insurance Company | Caddo Parish, Louisiana, 1st Judicial District Court | Case No. 582086

Several weeks before a jury trial was to take place in Shreveport, Louisiana, Cunningham Bounds' attorneys obtained a $6,500,000 settlement on beha...

Settlement reached with trucking company during trial of personal injury case

Memphis Jackson v. Sentinel Trucking | Mobile County, Alabama, Circuit Court | CV No. 2010-901075

Memphis Jackson, age 57, was severely and permanently injured when the vehicle in which he was seated as a passenger, was rear-ended by an 18-wheeler truck owned by Sentinel Transportation, LLC. 

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Apr 01, 2016

Cunningham Bounds Obtains A $10 Million Settlement For The Estate of A Woman Killed In A Collision With A Tractor Trailer

Cunningham Bounds recovered $10 million for the family of an Alabama woman who died after being hit by a big rig tractor trailer on Interstate 65.&...

Aug 29, 2014

Jury awards man $1 million verdict for Rangeline Road crash with UPS delivery truck

BY: Michael Finch, II, al.com MOBILE, Alabama -- A Mobile County jury granted a man a $1 million award for damages after a car accident with a U...

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Infant Car Seats Recalled Due to Injury Hazard. Is Your Child’s Safety at Risk?

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has announced a child safety seat recall for seats made by Britax.  The affected ca...

Jun 07, 2017

Fatal Accidents Involving Big Rigs On the Rise?

Many fatal truck crashes involve rear-end collisions that occur when traffic slows or stops in roadway work zones. With the American Trucking Asso...

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