Alabama Spinal Cord Injury Attorneys Offer Experience, Skills, Compassion
When a loved one has suffered a serious or catastrophic injury or wrongful death in a motor vehicle accident, your central Alabama family should have a team of effective trial lawyers on your side. A brain or spinal cord injury can require months, years or even a lifetime of medical care, a loss of income, and a need for special equipment necessary for living with a permanent injury.
Our Montgomery catastrophic injury lawyers work hard for the financial compensation that you and your family deserve. We are the Anderson Law Firm, L.L.C., founded in 1997 to serve the needs of accident injury victims in the Tri-County Area and River Region.
We gather all facts of your case and use those facts to mediate, negotiate and, if necessary, litigate the right outcome for you — one that reflects loss of physical abilities, current and future income, medical expenses and pain and suffering.
Stand up for your rights and your family's future. Contact the Anderson Law Firm so we can hold responsible parties and insurers accountable for what happened. Call toll free: 800-518-1847.
Compassionate Personal Injury Representation for Central Alabama
Our experienced injury lawyers are skilled with the medical and legal concerns involved in serious injury cases such as:
- Traumatic brain injury (TBI)
- Closed-head injury
- Back and neck injury
- Spinal cord injury
A catastrophic injury can also happen in the workplace, or during exposure to a dangerous product, or in any unsafe environment. If negligence has led to a serious accident at your place of employment, please contact us immediately.
We deliver our quality legal services on a contingency fee basis. You owe no attorney fee unless we win your case.
Contact The Anderson Law Firm, L.L.C.
One of our Montgomery brain injury attorneys can visit with you at your home or hospital room if you wish. Call today, toll free: 800-518-1847.
The Anderson Law Firm, L.L.C., also serves as the LegalShieldsm, provider for the state of Alabama.