Alabama Crime Victim Injury Lawyer
Were You Injured as a Result of a Criminal Offense?
Have you or a loved one suffered harm from being a victim of a violent
crime? These types of offenses can result in severe psychological distress
and financial hardship for victims and their families. In the event an
individual suffered a wrongful death because of a violent crime, not only
are their family members grieving the untimely loss, but are also left
paying for medical and funeral expenses.
Fortunately, there is hope for victims of violent crimes and their family
Morris, Cary, Andrews, Talmadge & Driggers, LLC, our
Alabama personal injury attorneys are dedicated to helping you recover the compensation you deserve. With
more than 130 years of combined legal experience and tens of millions
of dollars won on behalf of our clients, we understand what it takes to
help your family seek justice.
When Can a Civil Lawsuit be Filed?
While a criminal trial determines the guilt of the accused and imposes
a proper punishment for the guilty party, a civil lawsuit aims to make
the victim (or the victim’s family) as whole as possible through
crime victim compensation. In most cases, anyone who is a direct victim
of a violent crime is eligible to recover monetary damages through a personal
Our firm handles the following types of crime victim personal injury cases:
Compensation for crime victims and/or families will cover expenses related
to the criminal offense that are not covered by insurance. These costs
include medical expenses, counseling and therapy, reimbursement of lost
wages, funeral and burial costs, and loss of support for children and
Keep in mind, victim restitution is criminal cases are different to monetary
damages in civil lawsuits. Additionally, a guilty verdict in a criminal
case is not necessary to file a civil lawsuit.
Schedule a Free Consultation Today!
If you have been injured as a result of a criminal offense in Alabama,
you suffered monetary losses after caring for a victim of crime, you are
a dependent of a deceased victim, or you suffered an injury while attempting
to prevent a crime of helping law enforcement make an arrest, our experienced
legal team are ready to represent you in civil court. We can evaluate
your case, determine your legal options, and build a strong legal plan
to obtain the best outcome possible.
For more information,
contact our Alabama personal injury attorney to discuss your case today.