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Alabama - The Heart of Dixie, with the the second-largest inland waterway system in the U.S., and growing populations and industry

Alabama is the 30th-most extensive and the 23rd-most populous of the 50 United States. At 1,300 miles, Alabama has one of the longest navigable inland waterways in the entire nation.

The largest cities by population in Alabama are BirminghamHuntsvilleMobileMontgomery, and Tuscaloosa

Alabama's climate can contribute to accidents in the region

The state is classified as humid subtropical, with the average annual temperature of 64 °F. Generally, Alabama has very hot summers and mild winters with copious precipitation throughout the year. Alabama receives an average of 56 inches of rainfall annually. Hailstorms occur occasionally in the spring and summer, but are seldom destructive. Thunderstorms occur throughout the year - they are most common in the summer, but most severe in the spring and fall, when destructive winds and tornadoes occasionally occur. Hurricanes are quite common in the state, especially in the southern part, and major hurricanes occasionally strike the coast which can be very destructive.

Major roadways in Alabama

Interstate 10 enters the state from Mississippi near Grand Bay, Alabama.

I-20 runs from the Mississippi state line, northeast through Tuscaloosa, through its junction with I-459, and into Birmingham.

I-59 runs with I-20 from the Mississippi state line, northeast through Tuscaloosa, through its junction with I-459, and into Birmingham. 

I-22 presently enters Alabama from Mississippi near Hamilton. It roughly follows the current US-78, before reaching the Birmingham metropolis.

I-65 is the major north-south route in the state, and Alabama's longest interstate and third-longest numbered route.

In Accident Data Center, find recent Alabama accidents here:

Birmingham accidents;

Dothan accidents;

Huntsville-Decatur accidents;

Mobile, AL and Pensacola, FL accidents;

Montgomery-Selma accidents.

When someone is injured in an accident in Alabama, it is important to gather information about what happens next.

Being injured in a serious accident is always a shocking and scary experience, and dealing with the aftermath is exhausting and stressful. Accident victims are forced to deal with hospitalization, medical treatments, missed work, and lost income, often while trying to manage pain and disability from their injuries. And then the insurance adjusters start circling. Find out more about accidents and what issues an injured person needs to be aware of by going to this link.

What to do after a serious injury accident in Alabama

When someone has been injured or killed in a motor-vehicle collision in Alabama, the accident victim and their family members are left with medical bills, lost income, and other costs. It is important to get legal assistance to help the accident victim recover, or when the accident is fatal, to help the family members get fully compensated for their losses. Learn more about how an Alabama personal injury attorney will help injured victims and families.

Legal and Other Resources and Information

Birmingham, AL

Why you need a lawyer for 18-wheeler wrecks in AL & MS

Your average truck driver is unlikely to be able to pay a large personal injury judgment or settlement. If your damages exceed the value of his liability insurance policy, you could be out of luck unless you find someone richer to sue. A good lawyer will be able to scour the facts of your case to find other potential defendants.

Mobile, AL-Pensacola, FL

Guardrail dangers

All across the United States, there currently exists a potentially defective end cap installed on guardrails (called the guardrail terminal) – this is an endcap called the “ET-Plus” manufactured by Trinity Industries. This end cap does not collapse when a car impacts it, but rather has the potential to cut the car into pieces and the rails have speared through the driver or passenger-side doors, into seats and through the vehicle floors.

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