If you or a loved one has suffered injury as a result of the carelessness, negligence or intentional acts of another party in Florence or anywhere in Lauderdale County or the Shoals, you may be entitled to seek compensation for your losses.
Having an experienced Florence personal injury lawyer on your side can help you recover and move forward again after a serious accident. If you are represented by Morris, King & Hodge, P.C., you will have the knowledge and legal experience of a North Alabama law firm that other attorneys and legal publications have recognized for exceptional legal service. We are proud of the case results we have achieved on behalf of our clients who were dealing with difficult situations and in need of help.
We want to help you get your life back on track. We offer a free consultation and will explain your legal options. Call us now at 256-274-8130 to speak with an experienced Florence Personal Injury Lawyer or use our online attorney contact form.
What’s an example of a Florence Personal Injury Case?
Car accidents and other types of motor vehicle accidents in Florence that lead to serious injuries are a common source of personal injury claims. The person who suffers serious injuries as a result of another driver’s carelessness or disregard for safety may be entitled to seek compensation for his or her losses by filing a personal injury lawsuit.
- For example, a teacher is driving home from the University of North Alabama on Florence Boulevard. A distracted driver who is talking on the phone fails to notice a traffic light has turned red and slams into the back of the teacher’s car. The teacher sustains neck and back injuries from the impact of the collision and is taken by ambulance to the hospital. The teacher will miss several months of work recuperating from the accident and will require extensive physical therapy. The teacher’s medical bills will amount to more than $80,000. The teacher has health insurance through the university, but will still have significant medical debt as a result of an injury that was another driver’s fault.
- The teacher may have a legal right under Alabama law to seek compensation from the at-fault driver for medical bills, loss of income, car repairs, and other losses associated with the accident. The teacher should not be saddled with burdensome medical debt resulting from a crash that another motorist caused. The teacher may recover compensation to cover his or her accident losses by filing a personal injury lawsuit against the driver who acted negligently. A lawyer in Florence at Morris, King & Hodge, P.C., can advocate on your behalf with the at-fault driver’s insurance company and pursue a personal injury lawsuit seeking full compensation for your losses.