After a Mobile, AL, T-bone crash, a lawyer from our team can help you secure compensation. At the Morris Bart law firm, we know how crucial recovering money damages can be after a commercial vehicle accident. We will review your legal options for you today for free.
You can discuss your Mobile truck accident with our team during your complimentary consultation. We have someone available to talk with you now about your rights and next steps, including seeking a fair financial recovery.
What Expenses and Losses Can I Recover in an Insurance Claim or Lawsuit?
It may be possible to recover compensation based on your T-bone crash with help from our team’s Mobile lawyer. We help our clients identify their losses and expenses and seek damages based on them. The recoverable damages differ from case to case but frequently include:
- Current medical bills and estimated future related treatment costs
- Ongoing care and support if needed
- Lost wages, benefits, and other income
- Diminished earning ability if necessary
- Property damage, including vehicle replacement
- Intermediate transport costs and other out-of-pocket expenses
- Pain and suffering due to your accident injuries
In some cases, accident injuries prove fatal. When this occurs, and you lose an immediate family member, it may be possible for their estate to take action to recover wrongful death damages under Alabama’s wrongful death law, Ala. Code § 6-5-410.
If you have questions about the wrongful death process, our team will answer them during your free initial consultation.
For a free legal consultation with a T-Bone Crashes lawyer serving Mobile, call (251) 298-8380
How Can Morris Bart & Associates, LLC Help Me Secure Compensation?
The Morris Bart law firm has helped clients injured in truck accidents secure compensation for their injuries for more than 40 years. With 15 offices, including our Mobile office, we were able to secure more than 6,500 clients’ settlements or awards in 2019.
We are a contingency fee legal firm serving injured accident victims in four states:
Our trial lawyers can often settle with the insurance carrier, avoiding filing a lawsuit and making court appearances. However, we can and do take some cases to trial. We present arguments on behalf of our clients, showing evidence for a fair and just award to the judge and jury.
Our Recent Wins
Recent results in truck accident cases our team won include:
- $490,000 truck accident recovery for a client in Hattiesburg, MS, who suffered neck and back injuries
- $337,500 for a big rig collision based on the client’s two concussions and a broken neck and vertebra sustained in a Texarkana, AR, crash
To learn more about how the Morris Bart law office in Mobile helps clients like you secure the financial recovery you need to pay for your care and cover your losses, contact us today for a free accident evaluation.
How Long do I Have to Sue the At-Fault Parties?
While you could have up to 24 months to sue for damages suffered in your collision, we recommend contacting us about your case as soon as possible. Per Ala. Code § 6-2-38, accident victims generally have two years to sue the liable parties for personal injury or wrongful death. However, exceptions exist and can reduce the time you can wait significantly.
Letting our team review your case in the first weeks following your crash will help you know what to expect and may allow us to get started on your claim sooner. We can identify witnesses and recover evidence—two keys to building a strong case for compensation.
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Understanding the Causes of Your Mobile T-Bone Collision
T-bone accidents, also called side-impact crashes, usually occur when one vehicle ignores a traffic signal or sign or fails to yield to oncoming traffic in an intersection.
When a heavy truck collides with a smaller car, those in the car are in immense danger of serious injury. This is especially true when the truck impacts the vehicle’s side, where there is less material to absorb the forces created by the crash.
Who You Can Sue for Your Truck Accident
If we can show that the truck driver caused the accident by running a red light, failing to stop at a stop sign, or not yielding when appropriate, we can build an argument against the liable parties, which could include:
- The truck driver
- The trucker’s employer, often a trucking company or large corporation
Holding the driver’s employer vicariously liable is possible in Alabama. Our team from
the Morris Bart law office in Mobile knows how to apply case law to truck accidents and can help you show that the trucking company is vicariously liable for your accident.
Let Us Review Your Legal Options for Free Today
A Morris Bart law firm T-bone crash lawyer in Mobile can help you recover a payout based on the expenses and losses you experienced in your accident. It may be possible to build a case against the truck driver and their employer, holding them accountable for your losses and securing compensation based on that.
You can speak with a team member from the Morris Bart law office in Mobile today for free. We provide complimentary consultations for victims of negligent truckers. We want to discuss your accident, injuries, and case details with you as soon as possible.
Call Morris Bart & Associates, LLC
Dial (251) 298-8380 now to get started. We are a contingency fee personal injury firm with more than 40 years of experience handling truck accident cases similar to yours.
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