Mobile Personal Injury Lawyers
Accident & Injury Claims in Mobile County
When someone else’s negligent or wrongful conduct causes you injury, you have the right to take legal action. Although no amount of financial compensation can undo the pain and suffering you have been through, a fair settlement or verdict can allow you to manage unexpected costs associated with your injury. It can also provide a much-needed sense of justice, paving the way toward healing.
If you believe that another person or party was at fault for your injuries or the tragic death of your loved one, reach out to Mike Slocumb Law Firm right away to learn how we can help. Our personal injury lawyers in Mobile, Alabama provide highly personalized and compassionate legal services, as well as an aggressive approach to negotiation and litigation. We have recovered more than $500 million in total compensation for our clients, and we are ready to put all of our experience, resources, and skills on your side.
There are no fees unless we win your case. Call (251) 309-4411 or contact us online for a free consultation with a member of our team today.
How Mike Slocumb Law Firm Can Help After a Serious Injury
Any type of accident or injury can have life-changing consequences. You may be struggling to navigate the aftermath of the incident, especially if you are now facing unexpected medical bills, weeks or months of missed work, and everyday expenses that keep piling up.
At Mike Slocumb Law Firm, our team is here to guide you through the legal process so you can fight for the fair financial compensation you deserve. You shouldn’t have to pay (literally and figuratively) for someone else’s negligence on your own. Our Mobile personal injury attorneys can help you bring a claim against the insurance company or, if necessary, file your lawsuit in court.
Our firm handles all types of personal injury cases, including but not limited to claims involving:
- Car accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Truck accidents
- Slip and falls
- Medical malpractice
- Dog bites
- Wrongful death
As your legal team, we will handle every detail of your case. From communicating with the insurance company on your behalf to obtaining records of your medical bills, witness statements, and other pertinent evidence, our attorneys can make sure your case is strong so that you can focus on what matters most: healing.
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To have a personal injury case and be entitled to financial compensation for your losses, or “damages,” there are several things you must prove. First, you must show that the person or party against whom you are bringing the claim (the “defendant”) had a legal responsibility to take and/or avoid certain acts to prevent causing foreseeable injury or harm to others. This is known as the duty of care.
You will also need to prove that the defendant breached the duty of care, either by acting negligently, wrongfully, or both.
Depending on the specifics of your case, examples of negligent and wrongful conduct include:
- Driving carelessly, recklessly, or aggressively
- Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs
- Violating traffic laws/rules of the road
- Failing to remove, repair, or warn of dangerous property conditions
- Inadequate property maintenance
- Building code violations and property defects
- Failing to uphold standards of medical care
- Misdiagnosing or failing to diagnose and/or treat a medical condition
- Designing, manufacturing, or distributing defective consumer products
At Mike Slocumb Law Firm, our Mobile personal injury attorneys work alongside a team of experts—including accident reconstructionists, medical professionals, economists, and others—who help us determine the cause of an accident or injury, as well as who is legally responsible. In every instance, our goal is to help injured victims and the families of those wrongfully killed recover every last cent they are owed.
We are aggressive when it comes to pursuing personal injury claims and prepare every case as though it will go to trial. Although most personal injury claims are settled outside of the courtroom, we always stay ready to fight for you before a judge and jury.
In Alabama, you typically have just two years from the date of injury or death to file your claim in court. If you miss the deadline, and the statute of limitations expires, you will almost certainly lose your right to sue the liable party for damages.
Don’t miss your chance to seek the fair compensation you and your family are owed! Get in touch with our team today to learn how we can help you with your personal injury case. We offer contingency fees, so you do not pay any attorney or litigation-related fees unless we recover a settlement or verdict for you. There is absolutely no risk in speaking to a member of our team about your potential case today.
Call Mike Slocumb Law Firm at (251) 309-4411 or contact us online to schedule a free initial consultation. Hablamos español.