A minor car accident can disrupt your life, and a serious crash can lead to long-lasting injuries, such as a traumatic brain injury, loss of limbs, severe burns or spinal cord damage. In the event of a catastrophic injury, medical care may be extensive and ongoing, with the potential need for nursing care or personal assistance for months, years, or life. Victims may become disabled and lose their ability to be self-supporting and independent. Their families may face emotional and financial hardship and other losses. If the accident could have been prevented, those responsible should be held accountable.
Making an injury claim under Alabama accident laws is not always straightforward. Complications and difficulties can arise and you may have many questions about your case, such as:
- Does my claim involve only a first party or a third party as well?
- How do I determine negligence in the incident?
- What is a “threshold injury” and did I sustain one?
At Maxwell Tillman, we handle these types of questions and difficulties every day. Our lawyers have represented hundreds of accident victims and have the negotiation and courtroom skills necessary to help you get a fair settlement from an insurance company or a favorable verdict in court. We focus on building strong cases with efficiency and will fight to protect your rights throughout the claims process.
Contact us today by calling 1833-3LAW-365 to schedule a free consultation and discuss how we can help you favorably resolve your case.