Experiencing a personal injury can be hard for you and your family and after, one can be faced with multiple questions concerning what to do next. A majority of people wonder how they will be able to support their family, recover lost wages, and pay for the medical bills following an accident.
If you are faced with these questions, don’t hesitate to call Floyd Hunter Injury Law, Elmore County’s leading personal injury attorneys. We can help guide you and answer all questions every step of the way.
Regardless of how you sustained your injury, the effects can be life long and take a toll on you and your family. It is critical to have an experienced attorney by your side to help you get the compensation you deserve when dealing with large insurance companies and hospitals.
We handle multiple Personal Injury claims including:
If you or a loved one have been injured in any way due to the negligence of someone else, call Floyd Hunter for a Free Legal Consultation at 334-452-4000, or contact us by filling out the Free Consultation Form below.
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, Elmore 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, Elmore County, AL
Elmore County is located in Alabama, and has an estimated population of 79,303 people with a total area of 657 square miles. Elmore County is home to many places of interest, including Fort Toulouse, Hickory Ground, and Tallassee Mills.
Elmore County Legal Resources:
Elmore County Sheriff Department– The Sheriff’s office serves all citizens of Tallapoosa County by providing a mix of public safety and public service functions.
Elmore County Probate Office – The Elmore County Probate office is available and responsible for licensing, recording, tags and titles, and Probate Court.