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Every year, there are thousands of car accidents on Alabama highways, and a high percentage of those accidents result in personal injuries. More than 3 million people are injured in car accidents every year, resulting in billions of dollars in damages. Aggressive action must be taken immediately in a car accident to protect injured people’s rights. Every insurance company employs adjusters, investigators, and attorneys who minimize the compensation paid to those injured people.
In addition to possible physical injuries, as an automobile accident victim or the family of a victim, you also may be suffering from emotional, physical, and financial damages. While monetary compensation cannot change the past, it can help lessen anxiety about medical bills, employment, rehabilitation, and your future.
The first thing you should do after a car accident is contact a physician and a car accident lawyer because seemingly minor auto accidents can cause prolonged pain and medical costs. A doctor should thoroughly examine car accident victims since seemingly minor injuries often develop into significant health problems. Even if you do not have apparent injuries — broken bones, cuts, lacerations, or bruises – you may have sustained a connective tissue or brain injury, which, if left untreated, could cause significant health problems in the long term.
If you have been seriously injured in a car accident, you must prove that either a person negligently operated a vehicle that caused the accident or some defect involving the vehicle or the roadway caused the accident.
Many factors can result in a traffic accident, and sometimes multiple causes contribute to a single accident.
Traffic accident factors:
As with other types of accidents, figuring out who is at fault in a traffic accident is deciding who was negligent. In many cases, your instincts will tell you that a driver, cyclist, or pedestrian acted carelessly, but not what rules or rules that person violated. Fault issues can be complicated, and an experienced car accident attorney will look to several sources, such as police reports, state traffic laws, and witnesses, to help you determine who was at fault for your auto accident.
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Phone Number: (251) 275-3155
Our Location: 131 Cobb Street Grove Hill, AL 36451