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Our Law Firm Fights for FULL Compensation Under Alabama Personal Injury Law

Alabama Personal Injury Cases:  Our Attorneys Know What It Takes to Win!

At Montlick and Associates, Attorneys at Law, our lawyers and affiliated co-counsel serve injured people throughout Alabama who have experienced injury because of the negligence of other individuals and businesses*.  With billions of dollars recovered for our clients over 36 years, our law firm has earned a strong reputation for standing up for injured people and fighting fiercely for justice.**  Our clients take comfort in knowing that our attorneys share a commitment to professionalism and to providing exceptional legal representation in order to get each person the compensation they deserve. 

If you have experienced an injury or lost a family member because of the negligent, intentional, or malicious conduct of another person or company, call our Alabama personal injury attorneys today.  Our lawyers can advise you regarding your legal rights and the necessary steps to safeguard those rights.  We offer a Free Case review, so call us 7 days a week/24 hours a day nationwide at 1-800-LAW-NEED (1-800-529-6333). Alternatively, you can also reach us by simply dialing #WIN (#946) on your mobile phone.  If you prefer to contact us online, you can utilize our Free 24-hour live chat service or submit a Free Case Evaluation Form available 24/7 at Montlick.com.

The Types of Alabama Personal Injury Cases We Handle

We handle ALL types of personal injury cases in Alabama.  If you or a loved one is injured in an any type of accident in the state of Alabama because of someone else’s recklessness or mistake, you should not have to bear the financial consequences, which could include, but are not limited to, medical bills, lost wages, property loss, permanent disability, pain and suffering, and other damages.  We welcome the opportunity to speak to you about your potential case.  No matter where you are located, our attorneys are just a phone call away.

We handle ALL types of cases involving personal injuries, including the following: 

Have you or a family member suffered an injury at the hands of someone else?  If you or a loved one has been injured in any type of accident, we offer a Free Case review, so call us 7 days a week/24 hours a day nationwide at 1-800-LAW-NEED (1-800-529-6333). Alternatively, you can also reach us by simply dialing #WIN (#946) on your mobile phone.  If you prefer to contact us online, you can utilize our Free 24-hour live chat service or by submitting a Free Case Evaluation Form available 24/7 at Montlick.com.

Caution: Avoid Speaking with an Insurance Representative Before Speaking with an Attorney

One of the biggest mistakes people frequently make early on in their case is speaking with the insurance company before consulting with an attorney. Why is this a mistake?  The insurance representative may record you and this statement can be used in ways you may have never anticipated later. For example, let’s say you told the representative in a statement that you had neck pain in the past.  If you then sustained a neck injury in an accident that was not your fault, the insurance company may try and deny your claim by stating that your pain was pre-existing, and therefore, not its responsibility to compensate you.  In reality, you may not have treated for neck pain for several years and now as a result of someone else’s negligence, that prior injury has been aggravated and legally can be considered a new injury, and you require expensive medical treatment that you did not need before this incident occurred.   Something as simple as answering the question, “how are you today?” with “fine, how are you?” can be recorded, taken out of context, and used against you. 

Additionally, the task of navigating unfamiliar insurance claim requirements or a complicated legal process and legal time deadlines and requirements on your own is daunting, especially if you are coping with your physical and emotional recovery. Just remember, the insurance representative is not your friend. No matter how nice the insurance adjuster is to you on the phone, the insurance company’s main objective is to close your case for as little money as possible, even if you are still injured and need future treatment.  A friend would never put you in this horrible situation.  If you settle your case in full by accepting an offer before you are completely healed or before you have had a chance to explore the extent of your injuries or disability, you can then be solely responsible for any new bills you incur with no recourse.  We do not want this to happen to you.  This is why we are here - to help you navigate the difficult legal process and maximize your right to compensation.  Let us handle the legal aspect of your potential case, so you can have peace of mind and focus on what is important - healing and taking care of your family.

Have you or a family member sustained an injury in Alabama?  Our lawyers can advise you regarding your legal rights and the necessary steps to protect those rights.  We offer a Free Case review, so call us 7 days a week/24 hours a day nationwide at 1-800-LAW-NEED (1-800-529-6333). Alternatively, you can also reach us by simply dialing #WIN (#946) on your mobile phone.  If you prefer to contact us online, you can use our Free 24-hour live chat service or submit a Free Case Evaluation Form available 24/7 at Montlick.com.

Act Now to Protect Your Legal Rights – Alabama Has Time Limits to Pursue Your Claim!

Waiting too long to pursue legal rights can have serious negative consequences on your potential case. Every state in the United States has a strict limit on the amount of time that can elapse between the date of an injury and the date a person must settle a claim or file a lawsuit.  This strict deadline will be codified in a state’s statute of limitations and other laws or legal doctrines, as well as interpreted in the case law.  Deadlines can vary depending on the state where your case is pursued and the type of claims that exist.  These rules can be complicated, and there are exceptions and traps for the unwary.   For example, if your case involves negligence by a city, county or state entity, shorter time limitations and special notice requirements can apply. Our lawyers advise prospective clients regarding such deadlines so that they understand the necessary steps that need to be taken in order to protect their claim. 

Alabama Statute of Limitations in Personal Injury Cases

Under Alabama law, while the general rule is that injury victims must file a lawsuit or settle their claim within two years after suffering injury, there are exceptions that can lengthen or shorten the deadline. WARNING: Failure to comply with the Alabama Statute of Limitations or other special requirements will result in the permanent loss of the right to pursue a legal claim for compensation. An experienced attorney who carefully analyzes the facts of your situation can advise you of your obligations and the applicable deadlines.   Our lawyers assist our clients in determining the dates of any important deadlines that must be met and ensure that the necessary actions are taken in a timely fashion.   

In addition to complying with legal time deadlines, delay in pursuing your legal rights can be costly in other ways.  For example, witnesses can become difficult to locate or they can forget important facts and details that support your case.  Physical evidence, such as debris from a damaged vehicle, tire marks at a car accident scene, or video footage also can be lost forever if not preserved correctly (physical evidence is more significant in some cases than others).  There can also be important notification requirements in insurance policies, essential for being able to claim valuable coverage.  Our lawyers work diligently to identify all potential defendants and relevant insurance coverage.  We secure and preserve evidence, as appropriate, and satisfy legal and insurance requirements and deadlines.  While navigating this process, we use our legal expertise, extensive experience, and diligent efforts to protect your rights and seek the fullest financial recovery available, which can include money for medical bills, lost earning capacity, loss of earnings, pain and suffering, and more.

Don’t wait to act on your rights! Call one of our experienced attorneys today to learn about your legal rights and what actions that need to be taken to protect your rights, including complying with all legal requirements and preserving evidence. We offer a Free Case review, so call us 7 days a week/24 hours a day at 1-800-LAW-NEED (1-800-529-6333). Alternatively, you can also reach us by simply dialing #WIN (#946) on your mobile phone.  If you prefer to contact us online, you can use our Free 24-hour live chat serviceor submit a Free Case Evaluation Formavailable 24/7 at Montlick.com

What Monetary Compensation Can I Seek in an Alabama Personal Injury Claim?

Although the monetary compensation you could be entitled to receive will depend on the specific facts and applicable law, injury victims are generally entitled to seek both tangible (such as medical bills and lost wages) and intangible losses (such as pain and suffering).  

Depending on the facts, circumstances and law that applies to a particular case, some of the damages that might be available to recover include:

  • Costs of rehabilitation and medical care
  • Loss of wages
  • Future care
  • Diminished earning capacity
  • Decreased enjoyment of life experiences
  • Pain and suffering
  • Permanent or temporary disability
  • Wrongful death damages
  • Burial/funeral expenses 
  • Loss of consortium
  • Mental distress and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Punitive damages (designed to punish and discourage particularly objectionable behavior subject to the law of the jurisdiction)

If you have lost a loved one in a car accident caused by a negligent driver or another fatal accident of any kind, our lawyers also pursue wrongful death damages for our clients. Our attorneys can advise you regarding the proper parties to bring a wrongful death claim, how to legally bring the claim, as well as the applicable law and potential defenses that may be raised. We invite you to contact us for a free consultation so that we can review your situation and advise you about your legal rights and options.

If you have experienced an injury or lost a family member because of the negligent, intentional, or malicious conduct of another person or entity in any state, call one of our personal injury attorneys today.  Our lawyers can advise you regarding your legal rights and necessary steps to safeguard those rights.  We offer a Free Case review, so call us 7 days a week/24 hours a day nationwide at 1-800-LAW-NEED (1-800-529-6333). Alternatively, you can also reach us by simply dialing #WIN (#946) on your mobile phone.  If you prefer to contact us online, you can utilize our Free 24-hour live chat service or submit a Free Case Evaluation Form that is available 24/7 on Montlick.com.

Speak to One of Our Attorneys About Your Alabama Case

Our attorneys fight fiercely to obtain justice and the fullest compensation for our clients so that our clients can focus on their getting well.  Contact us for your Free Consultation to learn about your rights and options for pursuing legal compensation.  

Montlick and Associates, Attorneys at Law, provides a Free Consultation 24/7 nationwide, so call us anytime at 1-800-LAW-NEED
(1-800-529-6333) or by simply dialing #WIN (#946) on your cell phone.  Our law firm also can be contacted by submitting a Free Case Evaluation Form available 24/7 at Montlick.com or by utilizing our Free 24-hour Live Chat.

*Legal services are provided by Montlick & Associates, P.C. and local associated law firms at no additional cost to you depending on the jurisdiction and any specialized experience required. For more information, click here.

**Dollars recovered are cumulative and not indicative of individual case results. Each case is unique.  Results depend on the facts and applicable law.


Please Note:
Many of our blog articles discuss the law. All information provided about the law is very general in nature and should not be relied upon as legal advice. Every situation is different, and should be analyzed by a lawyer who can provide individualized advice based on the facts involved in your unique situation, and a consideration of all of the nuances of the statutes and case law that apply at the time.