Millions of people seek help from attorneys each year, and more than 60 percent of these situations involve some form of personal injury. Only a small percentage are taken to trial with most being settled out of court, but all are worthy of equal attention.
At the Hadley Law Firm, LLC, you can count on an Alabama and Mississippi personal injury attorney with extensive knowledge and experience in all areas of this branch of law. Call us at (251) 937-7777 or contact us through the form we’ve provided and let us help seek justice for your injuries or those of your loved ones.
AlI-Inclusive Representation for Personal Injury Victims
We’re well-versed in all types of personal injury cases and stand ready to fight for clients who’ve fallen victim to other people’s negligence. This is a complicated field with numerous types of cases covered under a single umbrella term. Whether you were hit by an inebriated driver or suffered a misdiagnosis at the hands of a harried nurse in the emergency room, you need experience and tenacity on your side.
With the Hadley Law Firm, you’ll have an Alabama and Mississippi personal injury lawyer who’s fully capable of handling virtually any type of case in this field. Our practice areas include:
More than half the tens of millions of personal injury claims filed each year come from automobile accidents. From speeding and driving under the influence to an ever-growing list of driver distractions, being on the road is more dangerous now than ever before. On top of those hazards, traffic continues to grow more congested with each passing year. If multiple vehicles are involved, proving who’s at fault becomes even more complicated.
An estimated 500,000 accidents involving big rigs occur on America’s roadways each year. Whether due to exhausted drivers or improperly stacked loads, these accidents can cause serious damage to smaller vehicles and their occupants. Logistics companies have attorneys on hand for just such situations, so you need to fight back with an extensive and diverse legal team of your own.
Small-scale crashes resulting in nothing more than a dented fender and rattled nerves for typical vehicles can be deadly for bikers. Something as simple as pulling out in front of a motorcycle could lead to fatal injuries for its riders. All too often, those liable for motorcycle accidents try to place blame on the injured bikers involved, but statistics prove this isn’t usually the case. Don’t let those responsible get away with their complete disregard for your safety. If you need a qualified personal injury attorney in Bay Minette or the surrounding areas following a motorcycle accident, bring your case to us.
Slip and Fall Accidents
Uneven floor tiles, cracked sidewalks, icy parking lots and poorly maintained handrails are only a few of the common causes of slip and fall accidents in Alabama and Mississippi. Property owners are responsible for upkeep on their homes and businesses. Establishing accountability in these cases usually boils down to proving injuries occurred due to the owner’s negligence rather than the victim’s inattention to the conditions at hand. It’s not a simple process.
Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect
Nursing home staff members, whether they’re nurses, dietitians, orderlies or accounting specialists, have a responsibility to take care of their residents. Cleanliness, proper nutrition, patience, kindness, respect, attention to special medical needs and emotional support are only a few of the requirements patients have in these settings. Unfortunately, inadequate staffing, lack of training and numerous other aspects are leading to physical and emotional injuries among our elderly. We proudly raise our voices on behalf of those who often can’t speak out for themselves.
New products appear in showrooms and on store shelves every day, but many of them should never have been allowed to proceed past the design phase. Corners are cut, testing is omitted and vital details are overlooked in the name of profit. In product liability cases, establishing fault is particularly difficult because anyone from designers and engineers to manufacturers and vendors could be responsible. We dig deep and cover all the bases to ensure the right person is held accountable for dangerous defects.
Nothing can take away the pain of losing a loved one or reverse the mistakes leading up to his or her death. Whether caused by medical malpractice, reckless driving, defective products or unsafe working conditions, accidents resulting in loss of life should not go ignored. Those at fault should be held accountable for their actions, or lack thereof. Our legal team is here to help make sure you receive compensation for medical bills, funeral expenses, future lost wages and other damages you’re sure to face in the future.
Millions of Americans go to work each day to provide for their families. Thousands succumb to illnesses from exposure to dangerous substances or sustain life-altering injuries because of unsafe working conditions. Proving the extent of injuries and the costs of future treatments isn’t always a simple matter. Worker’s compensation was created to help cover medical expenses, lost wages, new job skill development and other resulting needs, but getting the reparation you’re entitled to isn’t always as simple as filling out a mountain of paperwork.
According to reports from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, almost 100 hard-working Americans lose their lives each day simply trying to earn a living. Medical professionals make grave mistakes in diagnosing patients’ conditions, prescribing medications and providing adequate care. Distracted drivers cause millions of accidents, many of which are ultimately fatal.
If you’ve fallen victim to these or other acts of negligence, contact the Hadley Law Firm. We’ll fight to help make sure your injury-related needs and losses are provided for accordingly. Our team also covers criminal defense and wills and estate planning for clients in Alabama and Mississippi .
Get the Compensation You Deserve for Your Losses
Don’t try to take on an insurance company or lawyers representing medical facilities, business owners or major corporations alone. Call us at (251) 937-7777 or fill out the form on our website to set up a free consultation. Let a personal injury attorney in Alabama and Mississippi help make sure those responsible for your injuries are held to their duties of care.