How Does Personal Injury Law Work?

October 10, 2019

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A distracted driver, a doctor’s error or the negligence of a property owner can lead to a life-altering injury or fatality. The negligence of others often results in hospital and medical bills, ongoing therapy, lost wages and a lifetime of pain and suffering.

If you have been injured and you have sustained damages at the fault of another person or an organization, you may have a case to file a civil lawsuit against them. The goal of this lawsuit is to hold the responsible parties accountable for their actions and recover financial compensation for the damages suffered.

Personal injury cases often don’t go to trial and end up being settled instead. This is especially true in scenarios when the attorneys are experienced and skilled. If an insurance company knows it’s facing representation that’s equipped to win in trial, it’s more likely to extend a favorable settlement much earlier.

Contact Our Experienced Birmingham Personal Injury Lawyers

Liddon Law Firm fights on behalf of personal injury victims. Our team uses our extensive experience in personal injury law to create customized legal strategies that hold responsible parties accountable. We face off against the big insurance companies and balance the scales of justice for our injured clients.

If you or a loved one has been seriously injured due to the negligence of another person or company, please contact us today.

Call 205-224-5675 Right Now For A Free Initial Consultation

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