There are four elements that have to be met in order to prove liability and then recover damages. Duty is the first element that must be present. This means that the person who caused the damages has a duty to use a reasonable care when driving on the highways in Tallapoosa County, Alabama. The second element is the breach of that duty. This means that the person failed to meet that duty by speeding, driving drunk, or any other action that would be a breach of that duty. Causation is the third element in a negligence car accident case and this simply means that the breach of duty caused the injuries that you are complaining of. The final of the four elements is the damages caused. Damages such as personal injury and property damages would fall into this category. The state of Alabama requires you to prove a physical injury prior to receiving emotional or payment suffering. The thing of most importance to us is your health and that you make a speedy recovery. Call us TODAY at (866) 348-2889 or CLICK HERE!
Personal injury is primarily concerned with disputes between private parties due to an injury suffered by an individual based on the negligence of another individual that caused the injury. The law provides a remedy for personal injury accidents. It allows the injured party to pursue a claim for compensatory damages. Motor vehicle accidents are the leading cause of injuries in the United States today. If you have sustained a personal injury, contact Kreps Law Firm, LLC for a free, initial consultation, and to speak with a Tallapoosa County, Alabama head injury claim lawyer. Unfortunately, some insurance companies have refused to pay legitimate claims for personal injury accidents. If you are in a dispute with an insurance company for wrongfully withholding payment, there is a possibility that Kreps Law Firm, LLC can sue them on your behalf. .
DEALING WITH THE INSURANCE COMPANY
You have probably been contacted by an insurance company representative on your Tallapoosa County, Alabama accident or personal injury case. Our advice is to contact an attorney as soon as possible because anything you say could have legal effects on your case that you may not realize. Do not be tricked into thinking the insurance company is your friend throughout you case. They are out to do one thing and that is to save money; usually by low balling or even not paying you at all. You need to contact Kreps Law Firm, LLC and let us help you get the compensation you deserve. Call us at (866) 348-2889 or CLICK HERE TODAY!
THE CAR ACCIDENT LITIGATION PROCESS IN GENERAL
To give each and every car accident and personal injury case the best possible chance at a significant recovery, our attorneys review your case and devise a plan in the front end of the process. To make the plan for the front end, we will collect all your medical records, medical bills, and more information from you and then evaluate the case. We will also have to wait until your treatment resides before we can work on a settlement. If we cannot reach a settlement, we will file a lawsuit in Tallapoosa County, Alabama and then litigate the case for you. Once a lawsuit is filed, the defendant has 30 days to file an answer. If this does not happen, we will file a motion default judgment.
Aggressive and Effective Tallapoosa County Auto Accident Injury Representation
Kreps Law Firm, LLC car accident and truck wreck attorneys handle cases throughout Tallapoosa County and fight for the rights of accident victims and their family members. If you have been injured in a car crash or automobile accident, call the experienced personal injury lawyers and attorneys at Kreps Law Firm. We know the process that the insurance companies require and can file a lawsuit to get you the compensation you deserve. We regularly handle car accident and truck wreck cases throughout the State of Alabama including the community’s of Alexander City, Camp Hill, Dadeville, Daviston, Goldville, Jacksons’ Gap, and New Site. Call us today at 866-348-2889.
Kreps Law Firm, LLC
Tallapoosa County, Alabama
Automobile Crash Injury Lawyers
Toll Free: (866) 348-2889