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If you or a loved one sustained injuries caused by the actions of a negligent driver, you have legal rights. Long & Long Attorneys at Law, experienced Alabama car accident lawyers, has helped thousands of innocent people obtain the justice they deserve. Don’t wait to contact our team today to discuss your options!

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We fight for the money YOU deserve. Our team of experienced Alabama car accident lawyers will make sure you’re NOT taken advantage of by an insurance company!

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We Know What You’ve Suffered

Suffering injuries after a car accident can be a life-changing experience. The stress about how you’re going to pay your medical bills can be overwhelming, especially when you aren’t able to work due to your injuries.

That’s where our team comes in! We understand what you have endured and want to help. We’ll handle the paperwork and negotiate with the insurance companies on your behalf, so you can focus on your recovery. If you’re dealing with the aftermath of a car accident that wasn’t your fault, call us now! It’s absolutely free to talk with our attorneys.

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Types of Compensation

If you’ve been hurt in an car accident that was caused by the wrongdoing of another driver, you may be entitled to compensation for:

  • Property damage
  • Medical expenses
  • Lost wages
  • Loss of earning potential
  • Pain and suffering
  • Diminished quality of life
  • Disfigurement

Most Common Causes of Car Accidents

Car accidents are, sadly, an everyday occurrence, yet countless people are unaware of how easily they can happen. Listed below are the most common causes of car wrecks:

Alabama Car Accident Laws

Alabama is an at-fault auto insurance state. This means that the person who is found at fault is liable for all losses and damages. After a car accident, you will, typically, seek damages from the at-fault party’s insurance company.

You have the right to file an insurance claim or seek compensation through a personal injury lawsuit if a negligent or careless party (such as a distracted or drunk driver) caused your accident.

However, according to the state’s “contributory negligence” law, you cannot receive any compensation if you share any of the blame for the accident.

An experienced auto accident lawyer can help you better understand the laws in Alabama that may affect your claim, so you have the best chance of receiving the justice you deserve.

Frequently Asked Questions

The moments after a car accident are scary and stressful, especially when you’re uncertain about how to proceed. Here are five steps to keep in mind after a collision:

  1. Contact the Authorities: A police report will give a detailed description of what happened and make sure you get a copy of the police report so you can refer to it later.
  2. Collect Evidence: Make sure you obtain as much information about the car accident and all the people involved. Take photos of the scene, collect contact and insurance information for the other driver, and contact information for any witnesses.
  3. Get Medical Attention:  It’s important that you see a doctor and get a medical report of your health immediately following an accident. In some cases, injuries may not become apparent until weeks or even months after your accident. Failing to seek appropriate medical attention could make it difficult to receive the compensation you deserve.
  4. Don’t Speak with Insurance Adjusters: Insurance adjusters are trained experts who will try to pay you less for your injuries. Their job is to save the insurance company money, not to protect your rights. With this in mind, they may pressure you to accept a very small settlement up front. Do not take this settlement or agree to anything before speaking to a knowledgeable lawyer.
  5. Contact The Long Brothers for a free case evaluation. Our attorneys can work on your behalf and fight for your rights after an accident.

In Alabama, the rule of contributory negligence applies. This means that if you are found to be even slightly responsible for your accident, you will not be able to recover compensation. However, it’s always best to consult an experienced Mobile, AL, car accident lawyer to evaluate your options after an accident.

Yes. After a car accident, it’s in your best interest to have a police report filed. This report states vital details, such as location, property damage, and who the police believe to be at fault. This information can support your claim and may increase your chances of obtaining fair compensation.

If you have uninsured motorist coverage on your insurance policy, you are still able to recover for any damages caused by the uninsured driver. If you do not have uninsured motorist coverage, contact our team of Mobile, AL, car accident lawyers to discuss your legal rights.

The circumstances surrounding your accident play a significant role in determining how much your case is worth. Factors such as the severity of your injuries, lost wages, medical expenses, and property damage all impact the amount of compensation you may receive. In order to calculate how much your case may be worth, our team of Mobile, AL, car accident lawyers will need to first review the specific details of your case.

While hiring an attorney isn’t required, it will make the legal process much smoother for you and your family. Our experienced car accident lawyers will deal with the insurance companies and the other party involved in the accident, obtain medical records and other necessary documents, and handle every legal aspect of your claim giving you a better chance of receiving the compensation you deserve.

When an insurance company is ready to make you an offer, they may ask you to sign a release form. Do not do this without having a lawyer look over it first. Often, these release forms will free the insurance company from having to make any further payments regarding your accident. This can be problematic if your settlement is unfair and doesn’t cover the extent of your losses.

Never release your medical records to someone else’s insurer. They may use this information to argue that your injuries were pre-existing and not a result of your accident, or that they aren’t as serious as you claim. It’s always in your best interest to have an experienced lawyer review your case and handle the conversations with the insurance company to ensure you aren’t being taken advantage of.

Giving conflicting testimony about a high-stress event like a car accident is common, but it can be problematic. In these situations, always consult with a lawyer to determine the best path forward, so you don’t risk damaging your case.

In instances of a hit and run, you may need to rely on your own insurance company to cover the costs, depending on the nature of your policy. Our attorneys at Long & Long can review your policy and help you determine the best course of action.

Regardless of how you feel after an accident, you should always receive a medical evaluation. You could have internal injuries or other injuries that aren’t immediately recognizable. Keep a record of the visit as well as any bills. This will be important for your claim later on.

To get a copy of the accident report in Alabama, you’ll need a few key pieces of information. This includes the names of the drivers involved, the names of the vehicle owners, the date, and the case number. Once you have this information, you can request the report from the local police department where the accident took place. If you are seriously injured, or your time is occupied with the normal demands of your life, our lawyers in Orange Beach and Mobile, AL, can take care of this for you.

Wearing a seat belt when driving can protect you from serious injuries in the event of an accident. It’s also against the law to not buckle up, so you should always wear your seatbelt. If you weren’t wearing a seatbelt at the time of your accident, however, you may still be entitled to compensation in the state of Alabama if the accident wasn’t your fault.

While it’s human nature to apologize in any situation, keep in mind that you may not be in the best position to determine who’s really at fault, especially if you’ve suffered serious injuries. Never apologize or admit fault at the scene of the accident and contact the police immediately so they can make an assessment of the situation. Then, consult an experienced car accident attorney to discuss your legal rights and whether or not you have a case.

It depends. Typically, personal injury cases settle before a trial becomes necessary. However, if an agreement cannot be reached between both parties, then your next step may be to take your case to trial.

The law is set up in a way that only allows a lawsuit to be filed against an individual in the event of serious injury, disability, or death. You may receive coverage for the costs of property repair or loss as a part of any settlement you’re entitled to from the insurance company.

Contact Long & Long

If you’ve been involved in a car accident that left you with damages or serious injuries, contact the Alabama car accident lawyers at Long & Long today by calling (251) 432-2277. You’ll receive a complimentary consultation with our legal team where we will strive to answer any questions you have about your accident. Being involved in a car accident is incredibly difficult but getting what you deserve shouldn’t be. With our experienced attorneys on your side, you can rest easy knowing that someone is fighting for your best interests.

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