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At Collins Law, we aim to educate our clients about personal injury law in Alabama. The more you know, the more empowered you are to move forward and win your case. We update our blog periodically and keep you updated on the latest news and changes in Alabama law.

Our blogs are designed to answer your questions and give you the information you need to make informed decisions about your case. However, if you don’t find what you are looking for, feel free to contact our law office at 205-588-1411. We can discuss your case, answer your questions, and help you get started with your case.

What Damages Can I Claim in a Personal Injury Case?

In a personal injury case, you may be entitled to claim damages such as medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, loss of consortium, loss of earning capacity, or expenses associated with wrongful death. Your lawyer will work with you to estimate your damages and submit compelling evidence of your claim to the insurance company. How much your
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Know Your Rights

Athens, Alabama Community Legal Forum We are excited to announce that on March 7, 2020, Collins Law will be hosting the Know Your Rights community forum at the Trinity High School Pincham-Lincoln Community Center in Athens, Alabama. This is a FREE educational series open to the public. The first session will be a discussion of Criminal Law and
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How Much is Your Personal Injury Case Worth?

When you have been injured in a personal injury case, you may expect the at-fault party to compensate you for your damages, which may include medical expenses, lost pay during recovery, or pain & suffering. Before you can establish liability and recover damages, however, you need to have a general idea of what your case is worth. Furthermore,
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Why Hire an Auto Accident Attorney?

If you are injured in an auto accident in Alabama, a personal injury attorney can help you recover losses that you may incur from medical bills, lost wages, or noneconomic damages. While it is possible to negotiate a settlement without legal representation, a lawyer can act on your behalf to ensure that your rights are protected and that
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