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Accidents are frightening and planning your next steps after an incident can be an intimidating process. If the accident was due to someone else’s negligence, you may be entitled to financial compensation through a personal injury lawsuit.

A Montgomery personal injury lawyer could help you in this challenging situation. A dedicated attorney could analyze the evidence relevant to your case, plan a response, and fight for the appropriate damages. En Español

Seeking Financial Compensation in a Personal Injury Case

The goal of a personal injury case is for a plaintiff to win financial damages. Injuries suffered in an accident can affect one’s mental health, finances, and life trajectory. Different forms of compensation could help lessen the impact of a grave injury, so seeking the help of a skilled attorney is a crucial step in the recovery process.

Financial compensation could lessen the impact of economic and non-economic setbacks, both of which can be numerous in personal injury cases.

Medical Costs

Medical bills can quickly become overwhelming. Long-term treatment, surgeries, and rehabilitation may be necessary after an accident, and these procedures can be costly. However, financial compensation could help lessen these expenses.

Property Damages

In many cases, especially motor vehicle accidents, property damage could be a significant part of a plaintiff’s costs. Financial compensation may be available for these damages, and a skilled attorney could help secure restitution.

Income & Earning Capacity

Income lost due to an accident can hinder a victim’s ability to support themselves or their family. If a plaintiff loses income or potential earning capacity due to their injuries, a personal injury lawsuit could help them secure compensation and make a step towards a full recovery.

Pain & Suffering

Pain and suffering is a major non-economic setback. It does not have a clear financial value, yet it is considered important during settlement negotiations. Despite the financial ambiguity of a victim’s pain and suffering, a skilled Montgomery attorney could help factor these setbacks into a plaintiff’s personal injury compensation.

Loss of Consortium

A loss of consortium claim within a personal injury lawsuit seeks damages for lost services, companionship, and support from an injured loved one. These claims are commonly made by parents or spouses who have suffered due to their loved one’s injuries. An experienced Montgomery lawyer could help leverage a loss of consortium claim into further monetary compensation.

Limitations on Filing: Statutory Deadlines

Alabama Code Section 6-2-38 states that a plaintiff must file their personal injury claim within two years of an accident. Any claims filed after two years will likely be dismissed, even if they could have resulted in the plaintiff collecting damages. In most cases, the two-year period begins on the day of the plaintiff’s accident. Attorneys are only able to pause or delay the limitations period on rare occasions.

Let a Montgomery Personal Injury Attorney Help You

If you were injured due to someone else’s negligence, you should seek the counsel of a Montgomery personal injury lawyer. Skilled attorneys could help you analyze relevant evidence, construct a case, and collect financial compensation. Do not hesitate to reach out for further information. Call the Montgomery offices today.

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What can a personal injury lawyer do for me?

In Alabama a personal injury claim or lawsuit must be filed within two years of the accident. In other words, if someone was injured on November 30, 2020, the deadline to file your personal injury claim or lawsuit is November 30, 2022.

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