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Belt & Bruner, P.C., is honored to call Jefferson County our home. For several years, our firm has operated out of our main office on Lakeshore Drive in Birmingham and served personal injury victims and their families throughout the county and surrounding areas in Alabama in a wide variety of cases.
To learn more about our firm and whether we can provide legal assistance in your case, please contact us today by phone or through our online form. Our case reviews are always free and confidential, and we charge no fees or expenses unless you recover compensation.
We can assist if you have been injured by a defective product or through an accident that was caused by the careless acts of another person or company, including car, truck and motorcycle accidents and injuries that arise at construction sites and other workplaces.
We believe our record of results reflects the breadth of our experience.
These results include many verdicts and settlements obtained in Jefferson County, including a $12.5 million jury verdict in a commercial truck accident case (Anderson v. Schneider National) and a $6 million jury verdict in an automobile case (Ho v. Degroat).
In fact, in more than 40 cases, our firm has secured recoveries worth $1 million or more, including 15 cases with a verdict or settlement of $4 million or more.
We fully investigate the facts and explore the legal issues in each and every case we take on. We also consult with a network of highly qualified experts to determine the causes of injuries and the extent to which they have impacted our clients’ lives.
Our goal is simple: We want to secure the maximum amount of compensation as efficiently and effectively as possible. We will seek a settlement. We will always be ready to go to trial.
If you are Jefferson County resident in need of legal help for your personal injury case, we urge you to take steps without delay in order to protect your legal rights.