Mobile Personal Injury Attorney
Serving All of Baldwin County
Suffering an injury can be devastating, no matter how serious it is. Not
only do you have to deal with the recovery process and costly medical
expenses, but also missing time from work to heal can make it difficult
to keep up with household expenses and support your family. Furthermore,
the other party and their insurance company may blame you for the accident,
so it is possible to lose your claim and pay the other party’s damages.
It is imperative to hire an experienced attorney to protect your rights
and best interests throughout the legal process.
Morris, Cary, Andrews, Talmadge & Driggers, LLC (MCATD), we are ready to help you recover the financial compensation you deserve.
With more than 130 years of collective legal experience and tens of millions
of dollars recovered on behalf of our clients, our Fairhope personal injury
lawyers understand what it takes to hold the at-fault party liable for
their actions and maximize your award. Please don’t hesitate to
receive the legal advice and representation you deserve—contact us today!
(888) 694-0174 or
fill out our online contact form to get in touch. We offer free, no-obligation case evaluations to all
Personal Injury Claims We Handle in Mobile
At MCATD, we handle a broad range of personal injury claims on behalf of
our Mobile clients. We understand the period following an accident can
be immensely stressful and taxing, and that for some the idea of seeking
legal help is even more daunting. Our Mobile attorneys are here to provide
you with the full range of legal assistance you need so you can focus
more on your recovery.
Our firm handles the following types of personal injury cases:
Elements of a Personal Injury Claim
Injuries caused by a person’s or entity’s negligence or recklessness
may result in a personal injury lawsuit. There are several elements you
must prove in order to win your case.
The following are the four elements of a personal injury case:
Duty of care: Every person has at least some duty of care towards others, which is
generally an obligation to avoid injuring another person or placing them
in danger. In a car accident, for example, a driver has a duty of care
to drive safely and follow the traffic laws.
Breach of duty: The second element is a failure to exercise reasonable care, allowing
a dangerous situation to occur. For instance, a driver is texting while
driving and doesn’t see the red light. Even if the defendant didn’t
intentionally cause the accident, they could still be held liable for
Causation: The third element is the breach of duty caused an injury. For instance,
a distracted driver runs a red light and strikes another motorist, causing
serious injury and property damage.
Damages: Lastly, damages involve property damage, medical costs, lost earnings,
as well as physical and emotional injuries. If a person isn’t injured
and didn’t suffer any damages, then this isn’t considered
a valid claim.
Call Us to Request a Free Consultation Today
Our Mobile personal injury attorneys can investigate your case, gather
evidence, work with accident reconstruction experts, negotiate with insurers,
and help you obtain the most favorable outcome possible while you heal
from injury. We have a history of satisfied clients by providing them
with effective and personalized legal solutions. Do not hesitate to let
us get started on your case immediately.
Contact us to discuss your case with MCATD today.