Car Accident Lawyers

Holding Those Responsible for Car Collisions Accountable

If you've been involved in a car accident, our team is here for you. You will work closely with one of our experienced car accident attorneys, and our in-house investigator will visit the crash scene to document the accident. He will take pictures, measure skid marks and examine the remains of your car and any other vehicles involved. He will talk to witnesses, the police and pull the police report. Getting all of this information quickly helps us to assemble your case and be ready to present it to the insurance company.

When you've been involved in an accident, here are the steps we recommend you follow:

  • Get the contact and insurance information of the other driver in the accident.
  • Keep all documents you receive from police, doctors, the other vehicle driver and anyone else involved
  • Don't give a statement to the insurance company
  • Don't let anyone destroy your damaged car, we will preserve your vehicle as evidence

If you try to negotiate directly with the insurance company, you won't get anywhere near the compensation we may be able to get for you. Our years of experience in handling these cases will give you the advantage you will need while you are trying to get recover.

We will represent you against the insurance company. We will answer all questions and take care of filing all necessary paperwork for you. By having one of our lawyers as your representative you put yourself in a much stronger negotiating position. We have the experience needed to deal with the insurance company. While the insurance company will be looking out for itself, we will work for your best interests and work diligently to get a favorable outcome in your case.

Call the Law Offices of Thomas P. Willingham, P.C., at 205-298-1011 or send us an e-mail to schedule your free initial appointment to discuss the details of your accident. We represent clients from all over the southeast including Alabama, Georgia and Mississippi. You are never charged a fee unless you are compensated for your injuries.