Livingston Personal Injury Attorneys
Free, Confidential Consultations in Livingston
If you've been injured in an accident, you may be wondering if you have
a case. The Livingston personal injury lawyers at
Morris, Andrews, Talmadge & Driggers, LLC (MATD) can help answer that question and guide you through the process of filing
a claim. We proudly serve residents of Livingston and surrounding areas
throughout Sumter County.
We're here to help you and we want to get you the full and fair compensation
you deserve. That starts by calling our team at
(888) 694-0174 to schedule a free initial consultation to discuss your injury.
Recovering Damages After an Accident
The right personal injury attorney can help you recover both economic and
noneconomic damages after an accident. MATD is committed to fighting for
maximum compensation for our clients.
There are different types of economic damages—or “tangible”
damages—that you can claim in a personal injury case. These are
losses like medical bills, lost income, and property damage. Within these
broader categories are things like hospital stays, prescriptions, rehabilitation,
and/or physical therapy. In Alabama, there’s no cap on how many
damages someone may be awarded.
You may also be able to claim different kinds of noneconomic damages—or
“intangible” damages—for the less quantifiable consequences
of an accident. This includes things like "pain and suffering"
damages, "mental anguish" damages, "disfigurement"
damages, "chronic pain" damages, and "loss of enjoyment
of life" damages. These are special kinds of losses that aren't easily
measured in numbers like dollars and cents.
Punitive damages are a special kind of damage that you can claim in a personal
injury case. These are meant to punish the person who caused your injury.
However, punitive damages are not available in every personal injury case
and are always capped at either $500,000 or 3x the compensatory damages.
Punitive damages will only be awarded in cases where it can be unequivocally
proven through evidence that the defendant deliberately engaged in behaviors
known to cause harm to the plaintiff.
Types of Cases We Accept
Morris, Andrews, Talmadge & Driggers, LLC (MATD) is a full-service
personal injury law firm that handles cases including but not limited to:
Time Is Limited: Don’t Wait to Hire a Personal Injury Lawyer in Livingston
The statute of limitations is the time limit that you have to file a personal
injury claim. In Alabama, this is two years from the date of the accident
or onset of the injury. If you don't file your claim within this time
limit, you may lose your ability to get any compensation for your injuries.
If you've been injured in an accident, MATD can help. We proudly serve
residents of Livingston and the surrounding areas, and we're here to help
you get the compensation you deserve. We can help you file a claim to
seek the money you need to cover your losses.
Contact us today for a free consultation.
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