In 2015, an estimated 849 Alabama residents died in car crashes. Everyday someone’s life changes due to a car crash. When you are involved in a car accident, there are many obstacles you and your family are faced with including lost wages, medical bills, car repairs and pain & suffering. If you are injured in a car accident in Alabama, let Floyd Hunter Injury Law help you overcome these obstacles.
The injuries sustained in a car accident can be severe and costly, taking a toll on you and your family. Floyd Hunter Injury Law is the leading car accident law firm in Lowndes County, Alabama and will stand up to the large insurance companies to help you get the compensation you need to pay for lost wages and medical bills.
What If You Are Not Insured?
Each state has different requirements when it comes to car insurance. In the state of Alabama, all drivers are required to be covered by liability insurance and have proof of insurance in their vehicle at all times. At the time of an accident, all parties are required to show proof of insurance and registration.
Alabama is a Tort state – the at fault driver is responsible for paying all of the victims medical expenses. The victim can also fight for compensation for additional lost wages and pain & suffering.
When handling an insurance claim, it is in your best interest to let an experienced auto accident law firm, like Floyd Hunter, handle each aspect of your case. Our experienced attorneys will fight to get you the compensation you deserve from the insurance companies.
Read Our Customer Testimonials:
“Excellent Attorneys. The attorneys at Floyd Hunter work hard to get you the best result possible for your claim. The staff and attorneys are very responsive to their clients, and are there when you need them. I highly recommend the lawyers at Floyd Hunter!”– Suzanne, Lowndes County, AL
“These lawyers really helped me out. Another big firm turned my case down, but Floyd Hunter got me $100,000! I really appreciate the help!” – Benjamin, Lowndes County, AL
Lowndes County is located in Alabama, and has an estimated population of 11,299 people with a total area of 725 square miles. Lowndes County is home to many places of interest, including Calhoun School Principal’s House, James Spullock Williamson House, and Lowndes County Courthouse.
Lowndes County Legal Resources:
Lowndes County Sheriff Department– The Sheriff’s office serves all citizens of Lowndes County by providing a mix of public safety and public service functions.
Lowndes County Probate Office – The Lowndes County Probate office is available and responsible for licensing, recording, tags and titles, and Probate Court.