HUNTSVILLE MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENT LAWYERS
We can help you in Madison, Morgan, Lawrence and Limestone Counties and the surrounding areas.
Have you or a loved one been injured or killed in a motorcycle accident in Alabama? Are you looking for the best motorcycle accident lawyer you can hire. Although motorcycle accidents do not occur as much as other car accidents, they tend to be more dangerous and life-threatening as they result in more serious injuries than car accidents.
In 2019 there were 5,014 motorcycle fatalities nationally with 93 of those occurring in Alabama. In 2020 the number of fatalities nationally was even higher and made last year the deadliest ever for motorcyclists. In 2019, motorcyclists were 29 times more likely to die in an accident than someone in a passenger vehicle. In fact, in Alabama in 2019, 82.8% of all motorcycle-related fatalities involved alcohol, accounting for 77 of the 93 total deaths. The study found that riders in southern states have long been less likely to wear helmets and that number fell by an additional 4.8% from 2019 to 2020. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), more than 80% of motorcycle accidents result in injury or death for the motorcyclist. Alabama is the 10th deadliest state in the nation for motorcyclists according to a recent study conducted by Quotewizard. Eleven percent of all accidents that occur in the United States involve motorcycles. Motorcyclists in Alabama face a risk of injury and death that is higher than the national average. The Alabama motorcycle riders suffered 1,262 injuries and 83 fatalities in these accidents. In 2018, 25 percent of all motorcycle collisions involved a rider aged between 20 and 29.In that same year, riders in their twenties sustained 26 percent of all motorcycle accident injuries in Alabama.That same age group also accounted for 20 percent of all Alabama motorcycle crash fatalities
Motorcycle crashes in Alabama usually involve serious injuries or death. Unfortunately, the more riders on the road, the more you hear about accidents, injuries and even deaths. In a Huntsville, Alabama motorcycle accident, the automobile is usually at fault. If you have been injured, you need an experienced motorcycle accident attorney. We offer no obligation, FREE CONSULTATIONS to all motorcycle accident victims and their families. Call now for your free consultation. Call 256-534-3435.
Damages You Can Recover in a Motorcycle Accident Case
If you have been injured or lost a loved one in a motorcycle accident, you may be entitled to compensation for damages including:
- Emergency helicopter transport/ambulance service
- Anesthesiologist bills
- Lost income: Lost income because of missed work from the accident.
- Future lost income: Income lost because of your inability to work in the future.
- Lost earning capacity: Lost ability to earn in the future.
- Existing medical bills: Medical bills incurred because of the accident.
- Future medical expenses:Compensation for emergency visits, therapy, hospital care, surgery.
- Rehabilitation and therapy: Rehabilitation costs and expenses from your injuries.
- Special equipment to accommodate disabilities: Wheelchairs and other equipment.
- Physical and/or mental impairment: Impairments that reduce or prevent ability to work.
- Disfigurement: Compensation for scarring and loss of limbs.
- Pain and suffering: Pain and suffering as the result of the accident.
- Mental anguish: Emotional suffering includes feelings of fright, embarrassment, nervousness, worry, and grief
- Loss of enjoyment of life: Loss of ability to do normal thing in life such as walking running or sports.
- Loss of consortium: Spouse can recover compensation for the loss of services, assistance, aid, society, and companionship of his or her loved one.
- Property damage: Compensation for vehicle damage and contents of the vehicle damaged in accident.
- Loss of use: Money to compensate you for the loss of use of your vehicle while being repaired by the insurance company.
- Diminished quality of life: Compensation for the loss of quality of life after accident.
- Chronic pain as a result of injuries: Similar to pain and suffering. Compensation for life long chronic pain.
- Mental impairment: Depression, stress, and similar factors.
- Workers compensation: Compensation for injured worker while working for someone.
- Wrongful death: Compensation paid to spouse and children for the wrongful death of their loved one.
Types of Motorcycle Injuries
You can recover for the following injuries:
- Road rash: Road rash is when your body hits the ground at vehicle speeds. The pavement, dirt, gravel, or other surfaces cause bruises, abrasion, and cuts.
- Burns: Burns caused by fires, heat or metal.
- Amputations: Loss of arms, legs hands and feet.
- Broken bones and fractures: A collision with another vehicle, tree or pole can lead to fractures and broken bones.
- Brain injuries: Head trauma caused by other vehicles or objects. Often the result of not wearing a helmet. Can cause slurred speech, confusion, agitation and seizures.
- Severe bruising: Bruises from striking objects during motorcycle crash.
- Pelvic injuries: Fractures of the pelvis that require surgery and non-surgical intervention.
- Disfigurement: Scarring and deformities caused by accident.
- Concussions: Injuries to the brain.
- Cuts and lacerations: cuts and lacerations from striking other vehicles, objects or road.
- Spinal cord injuries: All injuries of the spinal cord.
- Paraplegia: Paralysis caused by injury to the spinal cord.
- Quadriplegia: Paralysis because of spinal cord injuries.
- Loss of limbs: Loss of arms, legs, hands and feet.
- Death: In Alabama you can recover only punitive damages for motorcycle deaths.
What to do After A Huntsville Motorcycle Accident
After a motorcycle accident, you are often confused and unsure of what to say or do. Always remain at the scene until you can speak with the other party involved if you can. Never admit you were at fault and do the following:
- Remain calm and remain in your vehicle (unless too dangerous)
- Turn on your hazard lights
- Call 911
- Unless necessary, do not move the vehicles until the police arrive
- Never leave the scene of the accident
- Immediately file an accident report with the police, sheriff or state trooper, if the agency has not done so at the scene.
- Write down the name, address, insurance information, vehicle license number and driver’s license number of any and all persons involved in the car accident. Record names, addresses and telephone numbers of all witnesses.
- Do not admit fault
- Immediately notify your own insurance company of the accident
- Do not discuss the accident with anyone except the police or your own insurance agent or representative; you are not required to give a statement to anyone but the police and your insurance company
- Obtain photographs of the accident scene, all vehicles involved (before repairing) and any visible injuries to the parties involved, such as cuts, bruises, and scars.
- If you have a dashcam installed by a company like BlackBoxMyCar, recover any footage that documents the accident.
- Do not discuss the accident or your injuries with anyone, with the exception of your doctor and your attorney.
- Do not consent to a recorded statement or sign any document without first reviewing it with your attorney. Innocent statements made by you attempting to assist an insurance adjuster can easily be misinterpreted and used to deny or minimize your recovery.
- Immediately seek medical attention for injured drivers and passengers and tell your doctor the nature and extent of your pain and injury, and how the injury occurred.
- Track Your Expenses. A strong claim clearly outlines the financial impact of your accident. Keep records of your:
- All medical bills, including doctor’s visits, surgery and therapy,
- Future medical bills including long term care,
- mileage driven to all medical providers,
- rental car expenses,
- time away from work,
- and any other expenses your accident has caused.
The Most Common Causes of Motorcycle Accidents in Alabama
Did you know that motorcyclists are 27 times more likely than passenger car occupants to die in a crash, and are over five times as likely to be injured. Almost 70 percent of single-motorcycle accidents are the result of failing to negotiate a curve.Most motorcycle accidents are caused by the other driver, and the most common causes include the following:
- Unsafe lane changes Many drivers fail to check for motor vehicles or fail to signal because they can’t see motorcyclist because of a blind spot.
- Car doors Drivers of cars or trucks who open their car door without looking.
- Speeding A leading cause of all motor vehicle accidents is speed.
- Driving under the influence Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs can be extremely dangerous. This is criminal and civil if an accident happened.
- Lane splitting by the motorcycle Very dangerous practice of motorcyclist driving between lanes and cars.
- Sudden stops Cars or motorcyclist stopping too fast and/or tailgating.
- Weather Snow, rain and storms often contribute to motorcycle accidents.
- Left turn accidents More than 40% of all accidents involving a motorcycle and a second vehicle are caused by the other vehicle turning left across traffic. Commonly caused by drivers who misjudge the motorcyclist’s speed or distance, fail to see the motorcyclist, stop or turn in the motorcyclist’s path.
- Distracted driving Driving while distracted is the leading cause of auto accidents in Alabama.
- Defective roads Dangerous pavement, potholes, debris, and other dangerous signals and signs can cause accidents.
- Sudden stops Stopping too fast in traffic or too fast for your speed.
- Head-on collisions Head-on collisions caused by one vehicle in wrong lane.
- Swerving in front of a cyclist Not giving the cyclist notice of lane change.
- Overcompensating the front brake: When the front brake of the motorcycle stops too hard.
- Vehicle and motorcycle defects: Defective parts or motorcycle design.
- Riding without a valid motorcycle license: Not having a license or training.
- Riding without a helmet/protective gear: Head injuries are often the result of not wearing a helmet.
- Pulling out in front of a motorcycle: Pulling out or not yielding to motorcycle. in front of motorcycle.
- Backing out of a parking spot without checking for motorcycles: Not looking before backing out in parking lots.
- Riding on sidewalks.
- Riding without protective gear.
Most Dangerous Roads for Motorcycles in Alabama
Dangerous roads are a major contributor to motorcycle vehicle accidents in North Alabama. The most dangerous road in Alabama is probably US Highway 431. It is also considered to be the fourth-deadliest road in the country. The other dangerous roads include:
- Interstate 20, 214 miles through the center of the state
- Interstate 65, 366 miles connecting Birmingham, Decatur, and Montgomer
- Interstate 85, 80 miles going through Alabama
- I565 through Huntsville
According to Drive Safe Alabama, a traffic crash was reported every 197 seconds in 2018 in our state. Most crashes occurred in urban areas, but rural areas had the most fatalities. Of the approximately 134,000 motor vehicle accidents last year in Alabama, motorcycles were only involved in about .6 % of the total crashes.
How Much Money Can I Recover
The amount of money you can recover in a Alabama motorcycle accident depends on a number of different factors including the following:
- Cost of your medical treatment
- Wages you lost because of the accident
- Pain and suffering
- Scarring and disfigurement
- Emotional suffering
- Loss of consortium
- Insurance of liable party
- Your own uninsured/underinsured insurance
How Long Do You Have to File a Motorcycle Accident Claim in Alabama?
In Alabama, there is a general two-year statute of limitations. This means that you have two years from the time of the motorcycle accident to file a lawsuit, or your case is gone forever. The statute is different if you are a minor. Even if you think the deadline to file your case might have passed, there may be other ways to extend the deadline. Talk to an attorney as soon as you can to preserve your claim.
How We Can Investigate And Prepare Your Motorcycle Accident Case
Our motorcycle accident lawyers can start an investigation into your accident the day you hire us to represent you. We can go to the accident scene, talk to witnesses and gather evidence to establish who is at fault for your injuries. We can do the following:
- Meet you in person. We can do this at our office, your home or place of business, or any other location you choose.
- We will represent you based on a contingency fee agreement. We are paid if we win.
- Get the accident report.
- Hire accident reconstruction experts.
- Visit the accident scene and take skid mark measurements.
- Take photos and videos of the scene and the vehicles involved.
- Get ahold of security camera footage.
- Consult with experts.
- Talk to witnesses and your doctors.
- Investigate the other motorist’s driving history.
- Gathering all medical records related to your motorcycle accident.
- Get copies of your pay stubs from your employer.
- Take pictures of any scarring or injuries.
- Prepare a settlement brochure and offer.
- Help with paying medical bills and living expenses.
- File suit and prepare the case for trial. If we cannot settle the suit, we will file a lawsuit.
- Mediate your case.
- Try your case.
Common reasons for insurance injury denials in Alabama
- Injury unrelated to accident: Make sure you receive medical treatment as soon as possible after an accident, otherwise insurance may argue your injury is from an unrelated incident.
- Accident was your fault/contributory negligence: Insurance companies will work to show you were partially at fault for the accident.
- No coverage: Driver policy canceled or the driver is not a covered driver.
- Insured not cooperating: Insured must cooperate with their insurance company by providing accident report, giving statment and respond to phone calls.
Hospitals Serving North Alabama
People who are injured and require emergency care in North Alabama have many choices when it comes to medical care. If you have suffered serious trauma in your auto accidents you will normally be transported to one of the following hospitals. If you are in either hospital recovering from your injuries, we are available 24-7 to discuss your case. In most instances you will receive at least four bills when you are transported to one of these hospitals. The hospital bill, radiology bill, emergency physician bill and the ambulance bill. If necessary, you may receive other treatment and bills from orthopeadic surgeons and other physicians. You may be worried about how you will pay your medical bills and monthly bills. If necessary, we can connect you to companies that do low interest loans to cover your living expenses and medical bills while you recover. Our injury attorneys can help guide you through the process of recovering for your injuries. The hospitals in North Alabama are:
- Decatur Morgan Hospital – Parkway Campus
1874 Beltline Rd. S.W.
Phone: (256) 973-2000
- Decatur Morgan Hospital – Decatur Campus
1201 7th St. S.E.
Decatur, Alabama 35601
Phone: (256) 341-2000
- Huntsville Hospital
101 Sivley Rd SW
Huntsville, Alabama 25801
Phone: (256) 265-1000
- Crestwood Medical Center
One Hospital Drive
Huntsville, AL 35801
Phone: (256) 429-4000
- Athens Limestone Hospital
700 Market St W
Athens, AL 35611
Phone: (256) 233-9292
- Cullman Regional Medical Center
Cullman, AL 35058
Phone: (256) 737-2000
- Madison Hospital
8375 Hwy 72 W
Madison, AL 35758
Phone: (256) 265-2012
- Highlands Medical Center
380 Woods Cove Rd
Scottsboro, AL 35768
Phone: (256) 259-4444
- Marshall Medical Center North
Guntersville, AL 35976
Phone: (256) 571-8000
- Marshall Medical Center South
Boaz, AL 35957
Phone: (256) 593-8310
- North Alabama Medical Center
1701 Veterans Dr
Florence, AL 35630
Phone: (256) 629-1000
- DeKalb Regional Medical Center
200 Medical Center Dr SW
Fort Payne, AL 35968
Phone: (256) 845-3150
- Helen Keller Hospital
1300 South Montgomery Avenue
Phone: (256) 386-4196
- Lawrence Medical Center
202 Hospital Street
Moulton, AL 35650
Phone: (256) 974-2200
- Gadsden Medical Center
1007 Goodyear Ave
Gadsden, AL 35903
Phone: (256) 494-4000
Why Hire Motorcycle Accident Attorney Randy W. Ferguson
The law offices of Ferguson and Ferguson takes pride in giving each client individual and personal attention.
- We are committed to excellent client service.
- We care about our clients, and have patience.
- We identify the party responsible for your injuries.
- We obtain your medical records and bills.
- We can help with financial assistance.
- We will help you get necessary medical treatment.
- We get your bills paid, reduced and/or eliminated.
- Free phone consultation 24/7.
- Free office consultation as late as 7 p.m. and Saturdays.
- Two locations near you.
- We answer all our clients calls, or return them promptly.
- We make sure that our clients understand each step of their case.
- Free assistance for motorcycle property damage.
- We have great compassion for the physical, emotional, and financial problems that our clients suffered, and will do everything possible to get them through their difficult time.
Frequently Asked Questions
These are some of our most frequently asked questions:
Do I need a lawyer after a motorcycle accident in Alabama?
In a motorcycle accident case, you are dealing with a team of insurance adjusters and attorneys. There job is to pay you as little as possible. Contact an experienced motorcycle accident attorney who will give you a free consultation.
Do you have to wear a helmet in Alabama?
Yes, in Alabama all riders and passengers are required to wear a helmet.
Should I accept a settlement from an insurance company?
If you are injured, you should never accept a settlement from an insurance company before talking to an attorney. Insurance companies try to pay out as little money as possible in every case. An attorney can usually get you a much bigger settlement.
What injuries are most common from motorcycle accidents?
People injured in motorcycle accidents in Alabama often break bones, suffer traumatic brain injuries and often die. Other common injuries from motorcycle wrecks can include road rash, neck injuries, and herniated discs.
Is the daytime use of headlights required by law in Alabama?
Alabama requires the use of daytime headlights but allows a “modulating headlight” that changes between full power, low beam, and a dimming effect.
How much does a motorcycle accident lawyer cost?
We never charge a fee up front. We only get paid if we win your case. All consultations are free.
How much time do I have after my motorcycle accident to file a lawsuit?
Two years in Alabama, unless you are a minor.
What should I do after my motorcycle accident?
Call the police and do a report. Notify your insurance company. Take pictures of the accident scene and your injuries. Get medical treatment. Call our office.
Is lane splitting allowed in Alabama?
No, lane splitting is illegal in Alabama.
Can you wear headphones while riding in Alabama?
No, wearing headphones while driving your motorcycle is illegal in Alabama.
The Huntsville motorcycle accident attorney you choose does make a difference. Ferguson & Ferguson, located in Huntsville and Decatur, Alabama are motorcycle accident lawyers who aggressively pursue legal rights for accident victims with significant physical or psychological injuries. Our Huntsville motorcycle accident lawyers are skilled at handling motorcycle accidents, including fatal accidents. If you or a member of your family is the victim of a Alabama freeway or highway accident, you may be entitled to substantial compensation for your injuries, lost wages, and pain and suffering. Contact Ferguson & Ferguson for a free consultation and complimentary assessment of your case. We are happy to answer your questions and explain your legal options at no charge. Our staff is available to take your call 24 hours a day. Home and hospital visits are also available any where in the state of Alabama. To speak with attorney, call 256-534-3435 or 256-350-7200. We are here to help.
Huntsville Office Location:
303 Williams Avenue SW
Huntsville, AL 35801
Decatur Office Location:
211 Oak Street NE
Decatur, AL 35601
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Lacey’s Spring, Morgan County | Lacon, Morgan County | Ladonia, Russell County | La Fayette, Chambers County | Lake Purdy, Shelby County | Lake View, Tuscaloosa County | Lakeview, DeKalb County | Lanett, Chambers County | Langston, Jackson County | Leeds, Jefferson County | Leesburg, Cherokee County | Leighton, Colbert County | Leroy, Washington County | Lester, Limestone County | Letohatchee, Lowndes County | Level Plains, Dale County | Lexington, Lauderdale County | Libertyville, Covington County | Lillian, Baldwin County | Lincoln, Talladega County | Linden, Marengo County | Lineville, Clay County | Lipscomb, Jefferson County | Lisman, Choctaw County | Littleville, Colbert County | Livingston, Sumter County | Loachapoka, Lee County | Lockhart, Covington County | Locust Fork, Blount County | Louisville, Barbour County | Lower Peachtree, Wilcox County | Lowndesboro, Lowndes County | Loxley, Baldwin County | Luverne, Crenshaw County | Lynn, Winston County
Madison, Madison County | Madrid, Houston County | Magnolia Springs, Baldwin County | Majestic, Jefferson County | Malvern, Geneva County | Maplesville, Chilton County | Margaret, St. Clair County | Marbury, Autauga County | Marion, Perry County | Marion Junction, Dallas County | Marvyn, Lee County | Masseyline, Jefferson County | Maytown, Jefferson County | McCalla, Jefferson County | McDonald Chapel, Jefferson County | McIntosh, Washington County | McKenzie, Butler County | McMullen, Pickens County | Meadowbrook, Shelby County | Mellow Valley, Clay County | Memphis, Pickens County | Mentone, DeKalb County | Meridianville, Madison County | Midfield, Jefferson County | Midland City, Dale County | Midway, Bullock County | Mignon, Talladega County | Millbrook, Elmore County | Millers Ferry, Wilcox County | Millport, Lamar County | Millry, Washington County | Mobile, Mobile County | Mon Louis, Mobile County | Monroeville, Monroe County | Montevallo, Shelby County | Montgomery, Montgomery County | Montrose, Baldwin County | Moody, St. Clair County | Moores Mill, Madison County | Mooresville, Limestone County
*Morgan City, Morgan County | Morris, Jefferson County | Mosses, Lowndes County | Moulton, Lawrence County | Moulton Heights, Morgan County | Moundville, Hale County | Mount High, Blount County | Mount Hope, Lawrence County | Mount Meigs, Montgomery County | Mount Olive, Jefferson County | Mount Vernon, Mobile County | Mountain Brook, Jefferson County | Mountain Creek, Chilton County | Mountainboro, Etowah County | Mulga, Jefferson County | Munford, Talladega County | Muscle Shoals, Colbert County | Myrtlewood, Marengo County
Nanafalia, Marengo County | Napier Field, Dale County | Natural Bridge, Winston County | Nauvoo, Walker County | Nectar, Blount County | Needham, Choctaw County | New Brockton, Coffee County | New Hope, Madison County | New Market, Madison County | New Site, Tallapoosa County | Newbern, Hale County | Newell, Randolph County | Newton, Dale County | Newville, Henry County | Normal, Madison County | North Bibb, Bibb County | North Courtland, Lawrence County | North Johns, Jefferson County | Northport, Tuscaloosa County | Notasulga, Macon County
Oak Grove, Jefferson County | Oak Grove, Talladega County | Oak Hill, Wilcox County | Oakman, Walker County | Oakville, Lawrence County | Odenville, St. Clair County | Ohatchee, Calhoun County | Oneonta, Blount County | Onycha, Covington County | Opelika, Lee County | Opp, Covington County | Orange Beach, Baldwin County | Orion, Pike County | Orrville, Dallas County | Owens Cross Roads, Madison County | Oxford, Calhoun County | Ozark, Dale County
Paint Rock, Jackson County | Palmerdale, Jefferson County | Parrish, Walker County | Pelham, Shelby County | Pell City, St. Clair County | Pennington, Choctaw County | Perdido, Baldwin County | Perote, Bullock County | Peterman, Monroe County | Peterson, Tuscaloosa County | Petrey, Crenshaw County | Phenix City, Russell County | Phil Campbell, Franklin County | Pickensville, Pickens County | Piedmont, Calhoun County | Pike Road, Montgomery County | Pinckard, Dale County | Pine Apple, Wilcox County | Pine Hill, Wilcox County | Pine Ridge, DeKalb County | Pinson, Jefferson County | Pisgah, Jackson County | Plantersville, Dallas County | Pleasant Grove, Jefferson County | Pleasant Groves, Jackson County | Point Clear, Baldwin County | Pollard, Escambia County | Powell, DeKalb County | Prairieville, Hale County | Prattville, Autauga County | Priceville, Morgan County | Prichard, Mobile County | Providence, Marengo County
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Ragland, St. Clair County | Rainbow City, Etowah County | Rainsville, DeKalb County | Ralph, Tuscaloosa County | Ramer, Montgomery County | Ranburne, Cleburne County | Red Bay, Franklin County | Red Hill, Blount County | Red Level, Covington County | Redstone Arsenal, Madison County | Reece City, Etowah County | Reform, Pickens County | Rehobeth, Houston County | Remlap, Blount County | Repton, Conecuh County | Ridgeville, Etowah County | River Falls, Covington County | Riverside, St. Clair County | Riverview, Escambia County | Roanoke, Randolph County | Robertsdale, Baldwin County | Rock Creek, Jefferson County | Rockford, Coosa County | Rock Mills, Randolph County | Rogersville, Lauderdale County | Rosa, Blount County | Russellville, Franklin County | Rutledge, Crenshaw County
Safford, Dallas County | Saginaw, Shelby County | Saks, Calhoun County | Salem, Lee County | Samantha, Tuscaloosa County | Samson, Geneva County | Sand Rock, Cherokee County | Sanford, Covington County | Saraland, Mobile County | Sardis City, Etowah County | Satsuma, Mobile County | Sawyerville, Hale County | Sayre, Jefferson County | Scottsboro, Jackson County | Seale, Russell County | Section, Jackson County | Selfville, Blount County | Selma, Dallas County | Selmont-West Selmont, Dallas County | Seminole, Baldwin County | Semmes, Mobile County | Sheffield, Colbert County | Shelby, Shelby County | Shiloh, DeKalb County | Shorter, Macon County | Silas, Choctaw County | Silverhill, Baldwin County | Sipsey, Walker County | Skyline, Jackson County | Slocomb, Geneva County | Smiths Station, Lee County | Smoke Rise, Blount County | Snead, Blount County | Snow Hill, Wilcox County | Somerville, Morgan County | South Vinemont, Cullman County | Southside, Etowah County | Spanish Fort, Baldwin County | Spring Hill, Barbour County | Spring Valley, Colbert County | Springville, St. Clair County | Sprott, Perry County | Spruce Pine, Franklin County | St. Clair Springs, St. Clair County | St. Florian, Lauderdale County | St. Stephens, Washington County | Stapleton, Baldwin County | Steele, St. Clair County | Sterrett, Shelby County | Stevenson, Jackson County | Stockton, Baldwin County | Straight Mountain, Blount County | Sulligent, Lamar County | Sumiton, Walker County | Summerdale, Baldwin County | Summit, Blount County | Susan Moore, Blount County | Sweet Water, Marengo County | Sylacauga, Talladega County | Sylvan Springs, Jefferson County | Sylvania, DeKalb County
Talladega, Talladega County | Talladega Springs, Talladega County | Tallassee, Elmore County | Tannehill, Tuscaloosa County | Tanner, Limestone County | Tarrant, Jefferson County | Taylor, Houston County | Tensaw, Baldwin County | Theodore, Mobile County | Thomaston, Marengo County | Thomasville, Clarke County | Thorsby, Chilton County | Tillmans Corner, Mobile County | Town Creek, Lawrence County | Toxey, Choctaw County | Trafford, Jefferson County | Triana, Madison County | Trinity, Morgan County | Troy, Pike County | Trussville, Jefferson County | Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa County | Tuscumbia, Colbert County | Tuskegee, Macon County
Underwood-Petersville, Lauderdale County | Union, Greene County | Union Grove, Marshall County | Union Springs, Bullock County | Uniontown, Perry County | Uriah, Monroe County
Valhermoso Springs, Morgan County | Valley, Chambers County | Valley Head, DeKalb County | Vance, Tuscaloosa County | Verbena, Chilton County | Vernon, Lamar County | Vestavia Hills, Jefferson County | Village Springs, Jefferson County | Vina, Franklin County | Vincent, Shelby County | Vineland, Marengo County | Vinemont, Cullman County | Vredenburgh, Monroe County
Wadley, Randolph County | Wagarville, Washington County | Waldo, Talladega County | Walnut Grove, Etowah County | Warrior, Jefferson County | Waterloo, Lauderdale County | Watson, Jefferson County | Waugh, Montgomery County | Waverly, Chambers County | Weaver, Calhoun County | Webb, Houston County | Wedowee, Randolph County | West Blocton, Bibb County | West End-Cobb Town, Calhoun County | West Jefferson, Jefferson County | West Point, Cullman County | Westover, Shelby County | Wetumpka, Elmore County | White Hall, Lowndes County | Wilmer, Mobile County | Wilsonville, Shelby County | Wilton, Shelby County | Winfield, Marion County | Winterboro, Talladega County | Woodland, Randolph County | Woodstock, Bibb County | Woodville, Jackson County | Wren, Lawrence County
Yellow Bluff, Wilcox County | Yellow Pine, Washington County | York, Sumter County |