Hoover Personal Injury Lawyer
When you’re injured by another’s recklessness, you deserve compensation to recover from your suffering. A personal injury attorney in Hoover can guide you through the claims process.
Accidents happen all the time, and many Hoover residents have been seriously injured as a result. Whether it’s a crash on the interstate, a slip-and-fall at the Riverchase Galleria, or a defective product in your own home, you suffered because of someone else’s negligence.
Fortunately, you don’t have to deal with the consequences alone. If someone else caused your injuries, reach out to a Hoover personal injury lawyer from the Henry Dailey Law Firm for help. Our attorneys will determine your claim’s worth and fight for your compensation.
Types of Personal Injury Claims
Personal injury claims cover a wide variety of accidents. You might be confused whether your injuries make for a viable claim.
If you’ve suffered because of another person, you might be eligible for an injury suit. The expenses for your injuries can add up quickly, and you deserve compensation for that suffering. When you meet with your attorney, he or she will determine whether you have a viable claim and what type of claim you’re dealing with.
Determining the losses you’ve experienced can help you and your lawyer calculate the total value of your claim. If you’ve suffered any of the following accidents, reach out for help from an experienced attorney:
Alabama Laws Can Affect Your Claim
Once you’ve determined your claim type, you’ll need to focus on the laws that could affect your case. This will vary depending on your case type. For example, if you were in a car accident, you’ll need to focus on insurance and fault laws for your claim. There are, however, a few laws that every Alabama accident victim will need to know to protect their claim.
First, be sure that you’re acting within the statute of limitations. In Alabama, you’ll have two years from the accident or injury diagnosis to file your claim. If you let this deadline pass, your case could be dismissed, and you could lose any chance at recovering compensation. If you’re filing a claim against a government entity, you’ll only have six months from the incident or diagnosis to file a claim.
Alabama also adheres to contributory fault, which means that if you’re found even partially negligent in the accident, you could be barred from recovery and unable to receive any compensation.
Talk to a Hoover Personal Injury Attorney
When you’ve been injured in an accident, the process to recover compensation can be complex and lengthy. You’ll need to find the responsible party, determine the total value of your claim, and sometimes, fight in court to get that compensation.
The lawyers at the Henry Dailey Law Firm understand the difficulties you’ll face with a personal injury claim. We’ll explain the process, how the state laws can affect your claim, and what we’ll do to recover your compensation.
Ready to get started? Reach out to a Hoover personal injury lawyer for a free consultation by calling 205-995-2412, or by completing the online form below.