If you have suffered from a personal injury in Adamsville, AL, and someone else is liable for your injuries, you may be entitled to recover your damages and negotiate a settlement with the at-fault party’s insurance company.
If you need legal representation, a Collins Law personal injury attorney may be able to assist you in filing a claim and recovering your damages. To schedule a free case evaluation with a personal injury attorney in Adamsville, AL, contact us today at 205-588-1411.
Collins Law takes on a wide range of personal injury cases in Alabama. Types of claims we handle include:
If another party is at fault for your injury, call 205-588-1411 to set up a free case review with a personal injury lawyer in Adamsville, AL. We can answer your questions, discuss your accident, and get started with your claim.
We may be able to help with your case in the following ways:
We manage your entire case from start to finish. This includes gathering and submitting documents, developing a legal strategy, reaching out to all relevant parties, and ensuring that you meet all deadlines and regulations.
Our firm may explore the following types of evidence that may help you establish liability as well as the value of your damages:
We may contact medical experts, accident reconstruction experts, and other expert witnesses who may confirm the cause of your accident or the effects of your injuries.
We may negotiate a settlement with the liable party’s insurance company by submitting evidence of fault and liability and following up with documentation.
If we are unable to reach a fair settlement with the insurance company, we may take your case to court to pursue a recovery.
It is impossible to estimate the total value of your damages, as there are several factors that may affect the value of your case. Some of the damages we may account for when pursuing a recovery include:
You may be able to claim medical costs such as visits to the ER, surgeries, hospital stay, pain medication, or physical therapy.
Your financial losses include lost wages, loss of future earning capacity, and loss of benefits and pension.
You may have experienced long-term pain and suffering, as well as mental and emotional distress due to your injuries. If so, you may be able to claim pain & suffering.
Alabama grants a two-year statute of limitations on personal injury cases, under Ala. Code § 6-2-38. If you fail to file a lawsuit within this two-year period, you may be unable to take legal action to pursue a recovery. So, if you were in a wreck and believe another party is at fault, act now before the deadline passes.
If you suffered injuries from an accident, Collins Law may be able to help you file a claim and recover your damages. Get a free, no-obligation consultation from a personal injury lawyer in Adamsville, AL by calling 205-588-1411.