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FAQs: Your Path to Justice - Low Cost Lawyer Provides Personal Injury Expertise

If you’ve been hit by a semi truck or blindsided by a distracted driver, you need a legal professional to seek justice on your behalf. You shouldn’t have to pay for medical bills you can’t afford after a catastrophic injury strikes. At Low Cost Lawyer, we use our investigative skills and three decades of experience in personal injury law to make a compelling case for you. Browse our frequently asked questions below and find the answers you need to make yourself whole again.

Frequently Asked Questions about Personal Injury Law

What makes Low Cost Lawyer different from other personal injury law firms?

At Low Cost Lawyer, our primary advantage is right there in our name: low cost. The majority of personal injury attorneys charge a 40% contingency fee, meaning that they’ll take nearly half of your damages after medical bills have been deducted. At Low Cost Lawyer, we just don’t think that’s right.

By taking advantage of the latest technology, we’re able to save tremendously on daily operating costs. Even going paperless in our office allows us to pass these savings on to our clients. We only charge a 30% contingency fee, ultimately leaving you more of your damages so that you can make yourself whole again.

Why do I need a personal injury attorney?

After a tractor trailer collision, there are only three types of injuries: serious, catastrophic, and fatal. To make matters worse, time is on the side of the trucking companies. If your case is left too long, valuable truck data and driver logs could be lost. The same is true of construction injuries and auto collisions. Quick and decisive action can make all the difference between a strong and a weak case.

When you call Low Cost Lawyer, we get to work straight away. Our trained legal investigators secure evidence and set about finding potential witnesses to make your case as strong as possible. With 30 years of experience, we know what it takes to seek justice on your behalf.

Is Alabama a no-fault state?
No, in Alabama, motorists and truck drivers can be at fault. Unlike other no-fault states, drivers  and truckers in Birmingham and elsewhere throughout Alabama who are found to be at fault for a collision can be held responsible for damages, including medical bills, mechanical repair bills, and more. Even so, proving fault requires a knowledgeable team of experienced investigators who know what to look for and where to find it.
What is a personal injury case?

When an injury of any sort sends you to the hospital, causes pain and suffering, or prevents you from making a happy, healthy life for yourself and your family, you should consider contacting a personal injury attorney. Some common examples of personal injury include:

  • Slip & Fall Injuries
  • Semi Truck Collisions
  • Motorcycle Collisions
  • Auto Collisions
  • Construction Injuries
  • Premises Liability
  • Defective Products (including medical devices)
  • Nursing Home Abuse

If you or someone you know has experienced a personal injury due to suspected negligence, don’t hesitate to reach out to Low Cost Lawyer today!

What kinds of injuries do premises liability cases include?

Property owners and operators have a responsibility of care to customers and other visitors. Insufficient safety regulations and dangerous tasks performed near the general public can place you and other guests at risk. Premises liability cases can include slip and fall injuries, falling equipment or goods, unsafe structures, fires, and even criminal violence on a property,

To learn if your case qualifies as a premises liability injury, call Low Cost Lawyer today. We’ll listen to your side of the story and guide you on next steps.

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