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About Jason Hadley, a Mobile Native
Jason was born in Mobile, Alabama, and attended Baldwin County High School. Upon graduation, Jason attended Millsaps College, in Jackson, Mississippi, where he majored in Business Administration and received his Bachelor of Business Administration. Jason then entered Mississippi School of Law and obtained his Juris Doctorate. During his time in Mississippi, Jason helped recover millions for his clients in verdicts and settlements and continues to serve clients throughout the States of Mississippi and Alabama.
Since establishing The Hadley Law Firm, Jason has continued success in helping his clients achieve millions in verdicts and settlements as a personal injury attorney. Jason is dedicated to providing quality legal services to each of his clients.
Personal Injury Practice Areas
Experienced Car Accident Trial Attorneys
Reports show an estimated 6 million vehicle accidents occurred on America’s roadways last year. More than 2 million people were injured as a result, and the latest figures show about 100 victims lose their lives each day to car crashes.
Top-Rated Eighteen Wheeler Accident Lawyer Ready to Handle Your Case
Alabama Personal Injury Lawyers Ready to Handle Your Eighteen-Wheeler Accident Case
Accidents involving eighteen-wheelers are on the rise based on the latest reports, with a more than 3 percent increase over the last few years. While tractor-trailer crashes happen less often than those involving passenger vehicles, injury and fatality rates are far higher when a big rig is part of the picture.
If you’ve been injured or lost a loved one due to a run-in with a tractor-trailer, you need an Alabama personal injury lawyer who’s experienced in dealing with this type of case.
Call our legal team at (251) 220-6776 or fill out the form we’ve provided on the Contact page of our website, and let us put our tenacity, experience, knowledge and resources to work for you.
Best Firm in Alabama for Motorcycle Accident Cases
How to Avoid Having a Motorcycle Accident
There is a unique poignancy in saying goodbye to motorcyclists hitting the road on their bikes. Fear for a loved one’s safety as they whizz down a highway at 60 mph atop a chunk of metal balanced on two wheels next to hundreds of other larger chunks of metal isn’t misplaced. Many experienced motorcyclists agree that if you’re a motorcyclist, it isn’t a matter of if you will have an accident, but of when.
Those who ride motorcyclists clearly find the rewards worth the risk. When accidents do occur, a cyclist is 75 percent more likely to be injured or to die than the driver of an automobile.
Experienced Wrongful Death Trial Attorney
Understanding Wrongful Death Issues and How They Affect Loved Ones
It’s common to hear attorneys use the term wrongful death, but not everyone understands what constitutes a wrongful death and what survivors’ rights are after a loved one is killed. That’s why the Hadley Law Firm encourages survivors to contact our office if there are any questions relating to a loved one’s untimely death.
Our wrongful death team will help clients determine who should act as the estate’s representative if that is necessary.
Most-Trusted Worker's Compensation Lawyers in Alabama
Let a Worker’s Comp Attorney Fight for Your Right to Compensation.
Almost 3 million Americans develop work-related illnesses or are injured on the job each year, according to a recent report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Further studies point out an estimated 100 people lose their lives every day while simply trying to support their families. Though worker’s compensation was created to help mitigate the costs of on-the-job injuries for the nation’s workforce, it’s not always as readily available as it should be.
At the Hadley Law Firm, we’re dedicated to helping Foley residents with their worker’s compensation claims. Just fill out the form on our website or call us at (251) 220-6776 to get started.
Dedicated Whistleblower Lawsuit Practice
A whistleblower lawsuit is a lawsuit brought against an individual or company accused of defrauding the federal government under the False Claims Act. This act, first signed into law by President Lincoln in 1862, was designed to protect the government from wasting money on excessive charges by private contractors who were supplying the Union Army. The act includes “qui tam” provisions, which allow an individual to sue another individual or company on behalf of the federal government. The phrase derives from the Latin expression “qui tam pro domino rege pro se ipso in hac parte sequitur,” which means “he who sues for the king as well as for himself.”
Employees who have evidence that the company they work for is guilty of fraud against the U.S. government should bring that evidence to a qui tam lawyer in order to make sure they get the protection and the rewards they deserve.