Montgomery, Alabama Personal Injury Lawyer


Following a personal injury, it can be challenging to adapt to the new physical restrictions of your recovery. You may have hospital or doctor’s bills—a financial stressor made worse by time away from work. Finally, dealing with the emotional consequences of knowing your accident was caused by the carelessness of another can leave you despondent.

Fortunately, a personal injury lawyer can help you take action. By filing a civil suit against the at-fault party, you could recover damages for your injuries. The process can be challenging, however—between investigating your case, filing paperwork on time, and even negotiating a fair settlement with the insurance company. Let our Montgomery, AL personal injury lawyer review your case.

Monge & Associates Legal Team

Getting Started with a Personal Injury Claim: A Step-by-Step Guide

Personal injury refers to the full range of physical damages that can be sustained in an accident. Some personal injuries are minor; others, severe. Injuries can also be classified as temporary or permanent, or total and partial, based on the new limitations these may impose on your ability to work or care for yourself. Here are some examples of personal injuries:

  • Brain injury
  • Back, spinal cord, or lumbar injury
  • Broken or fractured bones
  • Lacerations
  • Burns
  • And others

Personal injury law, also referred to as tort law, is a subset of civil law aimed at protecting you in the event that you or your property have suffered damages by another person’s action, and in some cases, inaction. The foundation of personal injury law is negligence and damages: in order to bring a successful claim, you must prove that the other party acted negligently, thus causing your damages.

Montgomery AL personal injury lawyer

What can you expect from filing a claim? As the victim of personal injury caused by another party, filing a claim gives you the right to seek economic compensation, also known as damages, from the at-fault party or parties. The range of damages that may be available to you in a personal injury action will largely depend on the nature and extent of the damages suffered.

In the past, victims of personal injury were successful in presenting claims for damages of both economic and non-economic nature. Some of these may include:

  • Medical bills, including emergency fees and bills for ongoing treatment
  • Loss of income
  • Temporary or permanent disability
  • Property damages
  • Pain and suffering
  • Loss of enjoyment of life
  • Punitive damages

Often, determining the true value of your personal injury claim can be challenging. Speaking with a trusted doctor can not only help you to efficiently treat your injuries but also get a better idea of the cost of your medical expenses. With your cost of treatment as the main foundation, you can strengthen your case by engaging an experienced Montgomery AL personal injury lawyer to undergo the process of civil discovery.

Our attorneys are also prepared to take on cases at our office in Birmingham, AL. Call our Montgomery or Birmingham personal injury attorneys today to schedule your free initial consultation with our team.

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