Mobile Personal Injury Attorney

Chances are that at some point in each of our lives, we will be the injured party in an unintentional accident that was caused by another. With potential hazards in virtually every realm of life, escaping unforeseen accidents may not be an option. However, seeking financial compensation from the negligent party is an option in many cases, as Alabama law permits injured victims to seek medical, lost income, pain and suffering, disfigurement, loss of enjoyment of life, and loss of consortium compensation. Whether you were injured as a pedestrian by a city bus, were bitten by a neighbor’s dog, or slipped down a restaurant’s flight of stairs that did not have a handrail, your injuries may be compensable. To find out more, we encourage you to seek out the legal aid of a Mobile personal injury attorney with the law offices of  Cloud Willis & Ellis, LLC today.

Mobile Car Crash Attorney

Car collisions are simply an unfortunate fact of life, especially with the quickly declining driving habits of most people these days. It is not uncommon to see every third or fourth person talking or texting on their phone as they drive past or wait at a stop light. According to Alabama Department of Transportation, a texting driver is 23 times more likely to get into a crash than a non-texting driver. 29 more people died on Alabama highways in 2015 than in 2014, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Common human-error causes of traffic collisions, both big and small, include the following:

  • Cell phone or other electronics use;
  • Failure to give right of way (from distraction or impatience);
  • Aggressive driving;
  • Speeding;
  • Accelerating through red and yellow stop lights;
  • Failure to check side mirrors or look over the shoulder when merging;
  • Not giving pedestrians or bicyclists enough space;
  • Drowsy driving;
  • Intoxication; and
  • Dealing with loud or distracting passengers.

In all of the above scenarios, the driver that partook in the negligent behavior shall be held accountable for the injuries, property damage, and other damages that they caused to you.

Workers’ Compensation

In an exchange for your right to sue your employer, all employers, with three or more employees, are required to have no-fault workers’ compensation. Workers’ compensation pays for medical coverage and part of your paycheck while you take time off to recover from your workplace injury or illness.

Dog Bite, Slip and Fall, or Premises Accident

Alabama state law requires that all business and property owners maintain a safe premises for all invitees, or else risk a personal injury lawsuit. This means that walking surfaces must remain clean and safe, merchandise is stacked carefully, and security measures must be taken to reduce potential crime. Additionally, dog owners may be held financially responsible for injuries that their dogs inflict on others.

Call a Mobile Personal Injury Attorney Today

If you were injured in any type of accident that was not your fault, the negligent party must be held accountable for your financial, physical, and psychological damages. Contact a Mobile personal injury attorney with Cloud Willis & Ellis, LLC, today at 205-322-6060.