Holding Negligent Drivers Accountable in the Columbus Area
Car wrecks happen every day. Some of these accidents result in serious injury and property damage. Injured drivers often don’t know where to turn for help.
The Phenix car accident lawyers at Loftin, Loftin & May represent clients in Russell and Lee Counties in Alabama and Mascogi County in Georgia.
Settlements for Car Accidents
People injured in car accidents may be able to recover compensation if the accident is the fault of the other driver. You must be able to show fault on the part of the other driver in order to recover damages. If you are even partially at fault, you may not recover any compensation.
Due to the uniqueness of Alabama’s car accident law and contributory negligence rule, it is important to seek the advice of a qualified attorney.
You may be able to recover compensation for:
- Medical bills
- Lost wages
- Pain and suffering
- Property damage
Our Phenix City car accident attorneys represent clients with a wide variety of car accident injuries. Car wrecks commonly cause fractures, neck injuries, back injuries, soft tissue injuries, and other serious injuries. Often, car accident injuries result in medical bills, the need for extensive rehabilitation, and loss of income.
Please call (334) 310-0208 to schedule a consultation with our Phenix car accident attorney to learn about your legal rights and options.
After being involved in a crash, there are a multitude of different types of injuries that victims may suffer from. Some are easier to detect than others, while other may take months, sometimes even years to uncover. Many car accident injuries also require surgery, which can lead to expensive medical bills for the victim.
Serious Car Accident Injuries:
- Head injuries (including traumatic brain injuries and concussions)
- Spinal cord injuries
- Internal bleeding
- Broken or crushed bones
- Torn ligaments or muscles (also known as soft-tissue injuries)
- Chest injuries (including broken ribs and internal bleeding)
Minor Car Accident Injuries:
- Minor cuts and bruises
- Minor concussions
- Minor sprains
Regardless what types of injuries you suffered, if they were caused by someone else's negligence, you may be eligible to receive compensation to help offset the cost of medical bills and recovery treatment.
Drunk Driving Accident $12.5 MillionSettlement on behalf of an individual who was killed in a drunk driving accident.
Construction Accident $10 MillionVerdict won against a general contractor in a wrongful death case.
Defective Drug $5 MillionVerdict won against a pharmaceutical supplier for a wrongful death of a nursing home resident.