So often people are injured in car accidents, slip and falls, or other situations. Many times they don't know their options or have questions. We're here with Mezrano Fridays to answer those questions.
According to Legal Scoops, approximately 4.4 million people sought medical attention for injuries from crashes. One of the most common causes of car accidents is a distraction, closely followed by driving under the influence, excessive speed, and reckless driving.
We all know how bad the roads can be in Tuscaloosa. Do you know what to do if you're ever in a car accident? Maybe a family member has been injured or even worse, passed away in a nursing home due to someone else's negligence. If you have questions, we're helping you get the answers you need every Friday on 105.1 The Block.
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We're gathering questions for this week's Mezrano Friday! Ask us anything regarding your personal injury case and our favorite attorneys at Mezrano Law Firm will answer them on the air with me, The Big Dawg Dre Day!
I can speak to going through an accident myself here I was hit by a drunk driver. I didn't know to get a lawyer and pursue legal action. A few days after my accident, I started to feel pain in my back and had slight headaches. I'm sure if I would've had the knowledge of the proper thing to do in that situation, things would've turned out differently.
Each and every Friday, we're giving you the opportunity to speak with the professionals and answer your personal injury questions. To submit your questions, send DreDay a message in the chat feature of the 105.1 The Block app. Or you can call Attorney Steven Mezrano at (205) 722-6898.
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