In order to prove liability and recover damages; there are several factors that must be met in an Alabama negligence car accident case. Each driver in Alabama has a duty to drive with a reasonable care while driving within the state. The person who caused your automobile accident has failed to comply with their duty as a driver in the state of Alabama. Speeding, drunk driving, failure to pay attention, or any other unreasonable conduct is considered to be a breach of duty. The breach of duty must be the cause of your injury. Personal injury damages, property damages, payment suffering, or emotional distress have to be proved. Your medical records may be reviewed by an expert to examine the extent of your injuries. It is our main concern that you recover fully from your automobile accident. Upon completion of your treatment and healing process we will evaluate the extent of your injuries once again.
Personal injury is concerned with a dispute between two individuals which results in an injury suffered by one of the individuals due to the negligence of the other. This means that the individual who caused the injury acted unreasonably as far as his or her duty is concerned. Personal injuries include product liability, dangerous and defective pharmaceuticals, medical malpractice, auto accidents, gun shots, assaults, slip and fall accidents, and more. The law allows the injured person to seek compensation for damages acquired. Another type of injury can be acquired by motor vehicle accidents. This is the leading cause of injury in the U.S. today. These injuries include brain and spinal cord injuries, head injuries, broken backs, burns, and amputations.
DEALING WITH THE INSURANCE COMPANY
Contact an attorney as soon as your injury occurs. More than likely an insurance company will contact you regarding your accident or personal injury case. An insurance company's main goal is to save money. If they are able to settle your claim for much less than it's worth, the insurance company will save thousands in the long run. An attorney can help you get the amount of money you deserve from your accident or personal injury case. Call Kreps Law Firm (866) 348-2889 or CLICK HERE and let our attorneys fight to get you the money you deserve.
THE CAR ACCIDENT LITIGATION PROCESS IN GENERAL
If a lawsuit has to be filed, the litigation process can be lengthy. Once your treatment is complete, we will examine medical records and medical bills to come up with an appropriate amount of money to compensate for your injuries. We will try to reach a settlement, but if this is not possible we will file a lawsuit in the county where your accident occurred. Our attorneys will then begin litigating your case. Call the attorneys at Kreps Law Firm (866) 348-2889 or CLICK HERE so we can begin the process of resolving your Cherokee County, Alabama automobile accident or personal injury case.
Aggressive and Effective Cherokee County Auto Accident Injury Representation
Kreps Law Firm, LLC car accident and truck wreck attorneys handle cases throughout Cherokee County and fight for the rights of accident victims and their family members. If you have been injured in a car crash or automobile accident, call the experienced personal injury lawyers and attorneys at Kreps Law Firm. We know the process that the insurance companies require and can file a lawsuit to get you the compensation you deserve. We regularly handle car accident and truck wreck cases throughout the State of Alabama including the community’s of Cedar Bluff, Centre, Gaylesville, Leesburg, and Sandrock. Call us today at 866-348-2889.
Kreps Law Firm, LLC
Cherokee County, Alabama
Automobile Crash Injury Lawyers
Toll Free: (866) 348-2889