A rollover accident lawyer from the Morris Bart law firm in Mobile may be able to help with your insurance claim or civil suit after another driver caused your crash. If you were the victim of a Mobile, AL, traffic accident, our team wants to discuss what happened with you for free.
Under Alabama’s personal injury laws, you can recover compensation for your expenses and losses, holding the negligent motorist responsible for causing your crash. Let the Morris Bart law office in Mobile review your case to learn more.
How Can I Recover Compensation After a Mobile Rollover Accident?
If there is evidence to support your allegations that another driver caused your rollover collision and the resulting injuries, you can hold that motorist responsible through the insurance claims process. You could recover compensation for your losses, including both financial expenses and intangible damages.
Examples of recoverable damages in an Alabama traffic accident case include:
- Medical expenses from your accident injuries, both current and future
- Lost wages and diminished earning ability in the future
- Replacement of your vehicle
- Rental car costs
- Other out-of-pocket expenses
- Pain and suffering and emotional distress
You could instead be eligible to recover damages for your loved one’s estate under Ala. Code §6-5-410 if they died because of the other driver’s wrongdoing.
Do I Have to Sue the Other Driver to Get an Award?
In most traffic accident cases, there is no reason to file a lawsuit. With solid evidence to support our insurance claim against the at-fault motorist, we can negotiate a fair and just settlement based on your needs and the facts of your case.
Sometimes, though, there are reasons why suing the other driver may be the best option under certain circumstances. This could include a denial from the insurer, allegations that you contributed to the accident, or a time crunch because of approaching deadlines to act.
The deadline to sue the other driver after a traffic accident is usually two years under Ala. Code §6-2-38.
Morris Bart & Associates, LLC Can Handle All Aspects of Your Car Accident Case
When a lawyer from the Morris Bart law firm signs on to represent the victim of a rollover accident, we go to work with three main priorities:
- Protecting their rights
- Building a case to hold the at-fault parties responsible
- Recovering a fair and just award for our client
To this end, we take steps that include:
- Managing all communication with the insurance companies involved
- Investigating the accident
- Obtaining all necessary paperwork and documentation
- Interviewing witnesses
- Working with experts as necessary
- Documenting the client’s expenses and losses
- Filing their claim and negotiating with the insurer
- Preparing legal documents and filing a lawsuit if necessary
- Representing our client in court, including at trial when needed
The Morris Bart law firm is a contingency fee firm with 15 offices in the Gulf South. Our service area includes all parts of Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and Arkansas. We have over 40 years of experience representing car accident victims, helping those like you who suffered injuries because of another driver’s negligence recover compensation. We won 6,500 cases for our clients during 2019.
The Morris Bart law office in Mobile wants to help you with your rollover collision case, and we provide a free, no-obligation consultation. We can help you understand your case and legal options during your free accident assessment.
Rollover Accident Cases Can Be Complex, But We Are Here to Help
Rollover accidents rarely occur without there being a triggering event. Some may appear to be single-car accidents because the car that ran the rolled vehicle off the road did not stop. There may have been a previous impact before the car in question rolled, and what caused that crash is vital knowledge to proving the case.
Accident reconstruction experts and other investigators familiar with this type of collision may be necessary to prove and document what happened, including providing evidence to confirm fault and liability. Our team has access to these experts, and we work with them regularly.
Discuss Your Legal Options with Our Mobile Rollover Accident Attorneys Today
A lawyer from the Morris Bart law firm Mobile team may be able to help you after a rollover accident. Our team members will discuss your accident, what caused it, and your injuries. We can assess your rights, options, and recommended next steps during this consultation.
We can also explain our services and answer your questions about our firm. You can reach the Morris Bart law firm team today by dialing (251) 298-8380.
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