After an accident, you and your loved ones may be left with expensive medical bills, financial strain due to missed time at work lost wages, and ongoing pain and suffering as you struggle to regain your health. The Huntsville personal injury attorneys of Conchin, Cole & Jordan will fight for your case with experience, tenacity, and compassion for you and your family.
Our personal injury lawyers have the experience and skill you need to get the compensation you deserve. While no amount of money can make up for the pain you have suffered, the injury you experienced should not be compounded by an economic tragedy as a result of your accident. Results matter, and Conchin, Cole & Jordan has a proven track record of delivering results for our clients.
Our law firm has received wide recognition for our work, U.S. News named us as one of the Best Law Firms in America and one of our founding partners, Gary Conchin, was selected by his peers as an Alabama Super Lawyer and is certified as a Trial Specialist by the National Board of Trial Advocacy. Kenny Cole has been recognized in the Top 1% of America’s Most Honored Professionals and attorney Brent Jordan won the 2nd highest jury verdict for a car negligence case in Alabama. The high verdicts and prestigious awards received by our lawyers are a reflection of their skills and expertise in the court room.
Here are some of the recent results our clients have had with Conchin, Cole & Jordan:
- $42.3 million jury verdict in a breach of contract case.
- $10 million in wrongful death case caused by a drunk driver.
- $1.8 million jury verdict for a driver in an auto accident.
- $1.7 million jury verdict for an apartment complex that suffered tornado damage.
As you can see, results matter to our injury lawyers, we have a strong track record of securing significant results for our clients. We won’t urge you to accept a quick settlement just to move on to the next case. Our legal team is prepared from day one to take your personal injury claim all the way to trial if necessary, and we have the experience in jury trials to give your case the best chance for success. Our trial attorneys are local to the Madison County area, we consider our clients to be neighbors, and we are committed to doing everything possible to give your case the best chance of success.
What Is Personal Injury Law?
When you are injured due to the carelessness or recklessness of someone else, the law provides the means of being compensated by the one who caused that accident or injury. The part of the law that deals with these injuries is known as personal injury law. Serious accidents occur every day when others fail to take the reasonable precautions needed to ensure that property damage and injuries do not occur.
Many more examples exist of ways people are injured every day through little or no fault of their own. Those who are injured deserve to be compensated for expensive medical bills, specialized medical equipment needed at home, prescriptions for treating their injuries, lost wages due to time missed from work, and other expenses caused by their injuries. In many cases, those injured may also be entitled to recovering damages for pain and suffering brought on as a result of their accidents.
Why Do I Need a Huntsville Personal Injury Attorney?
It is important to protect your rights in an injury case, whether you were involved in a workplace accident, medical malpractice, wrongful death, a car accident or truck accidents. Our injury lawyers in North Alabama are familiar with the type of case you present and know how much compensation you are likely to require. Calculating ongoing medical costs and estimating how much time you may realistically be expected to miss from work is complicated and is more accurately done by an attorney experienced in such cases. Many people may underestimate the total costs they will incur from their injury and may accept a settlement that leaves them with medical expenses long after the settlement money has run out.
Additionally, should your case require going to trial to prove your claim, a Huntsville personal injury lawyer has the experience and training to navigate the process successfully. Legal procedures and forms take years of training to master, and with our greater quality legal services, you can be certain that you’re not missing out on compensation you should have received because you failed to observe some technicality, this could leave a bitter taste in anyone’s mouth.
Representation for Your Car Accident Claim
After a car accident, you may be overwhelmed with questions and concerns, the attorneys at Conchin, Cole & Jordan can help you understand Alabama law and navigate the legal system so you can concentrate on your recovery. Our trial lawyers can help you determine who is responsible for your accident, how much you can recover and if your case needs to go to court, our experienced attorneys will be able to represent your claim and fight on your behalf. Insurance companies will try to pay as little of your claim as possible, by hiring a car accident attorney you will have a professional negotiate a settlement that adequately reflects your losses. Contact us at our Huntsville, Alabama office for a free, no obligation consultation to discuss your case and the next steps in your recovery.
How Much Will an Attorney Charge?
Our attorneys work on a “contingency-fee basis” this means that you don’t owe us anything unless we win your case and secure a settlement for you. By working on a contingency-fee basis we are able to guarantee that all accident victims have access to legal representation, regardless of their current financial status.
Alabama has very strict laws regarding the timeframe for bringing a suit for compensation in a personal injury case. For most claims, this limit is two years from the date of the accident. While there are some exceptions that may provide a longer time frame in which to file, it is usually best to act as soon as possible in order to avoid having your case dismissed for not being filed in a timely manner.
Alabama is one of the few states that follow contributory negligence rules in personal injury claims. This means that if you are found to be at fault to any degree in your accident, you may be unable to recover any compensation for your injuries. In many cases, corporate attorneys and insurance companies will be quick to bring up this rule in order to encourage you to accept a low settlement offer.
While Alabama at one time had caps on the number of damages you could demand in a personal injury claim, the state Supreme Court has ruled those caps to be unconstitutional. Therefore, there is no limit to damages you can claim for your injury. There is, however, a cap on punitive damages of three times the compensation for compensatory damages, up to $1.5 million for serious injuries. There is also a cap of $100,00 for personal injury cases against any state or local municipality.