The Law & Insurance Companies
There are several elements in the Walker County, Alabama negligence car accident case that must be met in order to prove liability and then recover damages. The first of those is a duty. The person that hit you or caused the accident in your case must have a duty to use a reasonable care when traveling on the highways of Walker County, Alabama. This simply means that the person must use that level of care that is reasonable under the circumstances.
The second element that must be met is the breach of that duty. What this means if that person has a duty not to injure you by unreasonable conduct and the person breached that duty by failing to pay attention, speeding, driving drunk or taking any further action that would be a breach of that duty, then this element of this test is met.
The third element is causation. What this means is that the breach of the duty must have caused the injury that you are complaining of. This simply means that in your Walker County, Alabama truck wreck accident the breach of the duty i.e. speeding must have been the cause of the accident which ultimately cause the injury that you were complaining of.
The last section in the element that you have to prove is damages. This could include personal injury damages, property damages, and payment suffering or emotional distress. Generally, the law in Walker County, Alabama requires that you prove a physical injury prior to recovering emotional or payment suffering. We will order all of your medical records on your Walker County, Alabama car accident case and review this thing and possibly get an expert involve on the front end to review your medical records to determine the exact extent or your injuries. The first thing that you need to realize is that the main concern of the case in the front end will be for you to become well and yet healed physically for a medical standpoint. After you have completed all the treatment and that healed our Walker County, Alabama truck wreck accident attorneys will be then fully evaluate the case in the extent of the damages.
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Personal injury is primarily concerned with disputes between private parties due to an injury suffered by an individual based on the negligence of another individual that caused the injury. This particular form of negligence occurs when an individual fails to exercise a reasonable duty of care in performing a particular activity.
The Law Provides a Remedy
The law provides a remedy for personal injury accidents by allowing the injured party to pursue a claim for compensatory damages, whereby, the injured party may be “made whole.” If you (or someone you love) have sustained personal injuries due to the another’s negligence, Contact me for a free, initial consultation.
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Motor Vehicle/Auto Accidents
Motor vehicle accidents are the leading cause of injuries in the United States today. Such injuries include brain and spinal cord injuries, head injuries, broken backs, as well as burns and amputations. If you, (or someone you know) have sustained a head injury, Contact Kreps Law Firm, L.L.C. for a free, initial consultation, and to speak with a Walker County, Alabama head injury claim lawyer.
Personal Injuries Have Many Causes
Personal injuries in the United States have many causes, including:
- Product Liability
- Dangerous and Defective Pharmaceuticals
- Medical Malpractice
- Auto Accidents
- Gun Shots
- Premises Liability (Slip and Fall Accidents)
- A Word About Insurance Claims
Unfortunately, some insurance companies have refused to pay legitimate claims for personal injury accidents. If you are in a dispute with an insurance company for wrongfully withholding payment, there is a possibility that Kreps Law Firm, L.L.C. can sue them on your behalf. Contact me for a free, initial consultation with an insurance claims attorney:
DEALING WITH THE INSURANCE COMPANY
No doubt you have likely been contacted by an insurance company representative on your Walker County, Alabama accident or personal injury case. This will depend on when the accident has occurred and how soon you will be contacting us after the accident. Our advice is to contact an attorney as soon as the accident occurs therefore, you have the best chance of doing everything possible to be sure that your case is handled in the best manner.
Do not be mistaken into believing that the insurance company is your friend in the case. The insurance company operates with one goal in mind and that is to save money and avoid paying out clients. If they can settle your claim with you for much less than its worth on the front end, they will have saved the insurance company many thousands of dollars. This is why you need an Walker County, Alabama attorney to look at your case and evaluate your case. If the attorney determine the proper procedures that need to be taken in order to give you the best result possible.
Call our office immediately prior to speaking with the insurance company. There are sayings that you may do and say that will have a legal effect on your case that you may not realize on the front end. Call us today at 886-348-2889 to discuss you case
THE CAR ACCIDENT LITIGATION PROCESS IN GENERAL
For each and every car accident and personal injury that our firm accepts, we come up with a plan in the front end in order to give you the best possible chance at a significant recovery. The car accident litigation process at this time in Walker County, Alabama is usually a very lengthy process if a lawsuit has to be filed. We on the front end will collect all your medical records, medical bills, and much information from you and then we'll evaluate the case and wait for your treatment to end before proceeding with any type of settlement . If your case can be settled for a fair value and you agree to accept that settlement, then we will assist in handling that for you. However, in the event the insurance company determines that your injures are not valid or that the liability issue is still undecided, we will file a lawsuit in the county where the action occurred and we'll litigate the case for you.
After filing a lawsuit, the defendant will then have 30 days to file an answer. If the defendant does not file an answer in your Walker County, Alabama personal injury and truck wreck accident lawsuit, we will then file a motion default judgment. However, if an answer was filed then that begins the litigation process through discovery and other necessary means of collecting information and then on to trial.
Call our attorneys today at 886-348-2889 to discuss your Walker County, Alabama car accident and injury lawsuit.