Passenger Injury Claim Attorneys in Alabama
Filing an Insurance Claim for Your Losses
Depending on the nature of the accident, you may have several options when
filing an insurance claim for your injuries. If you are not related to
the driver of the vehicle you were in, you may be able to file a claim
with the negligent party's insurance company.
In addition, you can also submit a claim to the company of the driver of
the car. In some cases, individuals find they need to submit both claims
to adequately cover medical expenses incurred as a result of the incident.
A skilled Alabama car accident lawyer from our firm can help you navigate
this process and increase your chances of success.
Schedule your free consultation.
Work With an Alabama Lawyer Today!
Your case will require a full review, and we urge you to connect with us
as early as possible after the accident. As former insurance defense lawyers,
we have unique insight into how insurance companies operate, including
how they may attempt to reduce the value of your claim.
We apply this experience to our clients' cases as we identify the strategy
that could lead to the highest payout possible. Learn more about the steps
we can take on your behalf by completing a
free case evaluation.
Were You Injured as a Passenger in a Car Accident?
If you were recently hurt in a
vehicle collision in which you were a passenger, you may be unsure of how to get results
in your personal injury claim. At Morris, Andrews, Talmadge & Driggers,
LLC, our dedicated
personal injury attorneys have more than
130 years of combined legal experience. We can review your situation, help you identify your legal options, and
fight for the level of compensation you deserve.
We have recovered millions of dollars for past clients and are members
of the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum®—a distinction less
than 1% of lawyers nationwide enjoy. Let
our firm provide the skilled legal counsel that can make a significant difference
for your case.
You don't have to fight insurance companies alone!
Contact MATD today.