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Protecting The Disabled And Injured Since 1974

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Protecting The Disabled And Injured Since 1974

Personal Injury

You, or perhaps someone you care about, have been injured due to someone else’s negligence. You have been left with expensive medical bills. You have missed work and lost wages. The question on your mind: How do I get money to cover these costs?

The answer: Enlist an experienced lawyer to file a personal injury claim on your behalf.

Representing Negligence Victims For Over 25 Years

At the Law Offices of Clark, James, Hanlin & Hunt, in Birmingham, our team has been representing victims of negligence for over 25 years. We know the law, and we have an established record of success. You can be confident in our ability to help you recover compensation.

We seek compensation in cases involving:

We represent victims of serious injuries of all kinds and also handle fatal accident claims.

What You Need To Know About Alabama Personal Injury Law

Alabama personal injury law is unique, complex and challenging. It dictates whether or not a claim can be filed, and it will influence the outcome of the case.

There are two state-specific laws that are particularly important in personal injury cases. First, Alabama follows what is known as the pure contributory negligence doctrine. This doctrine bars recovery in the event of any plaintiff contributory negligence. In other words, if there was shared fault and the victim was partially responsible for the injury in any way, the victim may not be able to recover compensation for his or her injuries.

The second law that needs to be recognized is Section 6-2-38 of the Alabama Code that states that the statute of limitations for filing claims is two years, with some exceptions. You must contact an attorney to begin the claim process as soon as possible.

Schedule A Free Consultation

Call us today at 205-208-7980 or toll-free at 866-596-1238, or send us an email. There is no fee unless we recover compensation for you.