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Our Alabama Community

At Belt & Bruner, P.C., we represent people who have suffered traumatic injuries and families who have lost a loved one due to a personal injury in our community. Our community is centered on the Greater Birmingham metro region in North Central Alabama, a region consisting of Alabama’s best retail shopping and numerous entertainment options and cultural amenities. Our personal injury lawyers represent clients in our community in the heart of Dixie.

Contact our experienced and dedicated personal injury attorneys who serve clients throughout Alabama. Our main office is in Birmingham. Greater Birmingham has more roadways than most other US metropolitan areas and these roadways are the unfortunate scene of many automobile accidents

Free consultations are available by calling to discuss your personal injury, car accident, product liability, class action, environmental contamination, traumatic brain injury, insurance fraud and bad faith insurance, workplace accident or workers’ compensation case.

Alabama Personal Injury

The attorneys at Belt & Bruner, P.C.  have been helping seriously injured people in Alabama and throughout Alabama, as one of the top 100 trial lawyer firms in the American Trial Lawyers Association. We believe in making sure that our clients get the medical and financial compensation they deserve. If you have been seriously injured in an accident, call us today to talk to an Alabama personal injury attorney from the Belt & Bruner, P.C., and get the help you need during this difficult time for you and your family.

Belt & Bruner, P.C. concentrates in serious personal injury and wrongful death claims on behalf of the victims of car accidents, truck accidents, motorcycle accidents, bus accidents, boating accidents, defective product injuries, nursing home abuse or neglect, and medical malpractice, no matter where the incident occurs.

Alabama Hospitals and Medical Centers

If you’ve been injured in an Alabama vehicle accident, you should seek medical treatment immediately. Certain spinal, head and neck injuries, while being very serious, may not become evident immediately. Medical intervention is critical at this time.

Alabama contains a wide range of hospitals, medical centers and health systems to meet residents’ needs. There are 99 non-federal, short-stay hospitals in the state, with 15,786 staffed beds available. The University of Alabama Hospital in Birmingham is the only Level I trauma center in Alabama. The hospital is also Alabama’s largest employer, with a workforce of about 20,000.

After a serious pedestrian or automobile accident, truck accident, motorcycle accident, or bus accident, you may be forced to deal with staggering medical bills and lost income from lack of employment, as well as your painful injury. Call our compassionate personal injury and accident attorneys today for a free consultation to discuss how to protect your rights after an Alabama accident or injury.

Alabama Community Profile

Alabama, located in the southern United States, is the nation’s 22nd state, admitted to the Union on December 14, 1819. Settlers were drawn by Alabama’s fertile soil, ideal for cotton plantations. After World War II, Alabama transitioned from agriculture to manufacturing in addition to seeing the establishment and expansion of military installations, which added much-needed jobs.

Alabama is commonly divided into regions including North Alabama, Central Alabama, South Alabama, the Black Belt, Lower Alabama, and Mobile Bay. The main metropolitan areas include metro Birmingham, metro Mobile, metro Huntsville, metro Montgomery and metro Tuscaloosa.

The capital of Alabama is Montgomery, a major site of events in the African-American Civil Rights Movement. Montgomery boasts many Alabama government agencies, universities, and the Maxwell Air Force Base. Alabama encompasses 52,419 square miles with a population of 4,779,736 (2010 census data); 212,237 of these residents live in Montgomery.

Alabama Court Information

Alabama’s Unified Judicial System is one of the oldest in the nation. The Alabama trial court system consists of Circuit Courts, District Courts, Probate Courts, and Municipal Courts. Circuit Courts have general jurisdiction over all civil and criminal cases but usually handle cases that are beyond the jurisdiction of other courts. District Courts, Probate Courts and Municipal Courts have limited jurisdiction over certain types of cases.

Contact Our Alabama Personal Injury Attorneys

Belt & Bruner, P.C.’s convenient offices in Alabama are dedicated to making sure our Alabama clients are treated fairly and receive the quick compensation and settlement they deserve, so that they can get on with their lives. If you’ve been seriously injured in an accident, you can trust our Alabama accident and personal injury attorneys to treat you with respect. Call the Belt & Bruner, P.C. or fill out our online form to initiate your free consultation. Client service representatives from Belt & Bruner, P.C. are available to take your call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.