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Car Accidents

Huntsville Car Accident Lawyer

If you are looking for a Huntsville car accident lawyer, attorney Rebekah McKinney is committed to your recovery and fights to put the pieces back together after a car accident.

As a result of an accident, you may become permanently disabled or disfigured, or you may have lost months of work or your ability to work altogether. And, staggering medical debts and ongoing pain can impact your life indefinitely.

How does a car accident affect your life?

A car accident can happen at any time, even if you are a safe driver. You may have been driving the speed limit and following every traffic rule, but a drunk driver ran a red light and rammed into the side of your car at an intersection. Or, a negligent driver could have pulled out in front of you unexpectedly, causing you to swerve and run off the road and into a guardrail or a tree. Things happen in the blink of an eye but take time to put back together.

Car Accident - Do I Call Their Insurance?

Car insurance companies work to protect their interests after an accident and have extensive legal teams working to minimize their liability.

Even if an accident was ruled the fault of the other driver, that person's insurance company will work to find any reason to reduce the compensation you receive or deny paying you compensation altogether. It is important that you have a strong legal advocate fighting for your rights after you have been injured in an accident due to the negligence of another party.

Who is at fault in a car accident?

We use cutting-edge technology to create graphics, charts, and other visual aids to present a more influential case to a judge or jury. We hold negligent parties accountable for their actions and help you secure the compensation you need to recover.

Alabama law contains the “rules of the road” which prescribe how one must operate a motor vehicle on public roads. The rules of the road include such things as stopping at red lights, stopping at stop signs, how and when to yield the right of way to another vehicle, maintaining proper distance between vehicles, signaling stops and turns, and obeying the speed limit. A violation of the rules of the road by a driver can show that the driver is negligent and at fault under the law.

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