If you have been injured in a car accident in the Montgomery area that was not your fault, you may be eligible for compensation. A Montgomery car accident lawyer can play a critical role in securing this compensation by investigating your case, dealing with insurance companies and seeking funds that will ensure that your recovery needs are fully met. The Belt & Bruner, P.C., is available to help. We have a record of securing verdicts and settlements on behalf of auto accident victims and their families throughout Alabama. We can provide you with a free consultation and explain the options available to you. Call today or use our online contact form now to set up a free initial review of your case.
Developing Your Auto Accident Claim in MontgomeryAfter a car accident, you will face expenses for a wrecked or damaged vehicle and medical treatment. You may be unable to work and losing income. Debilitating injuries may require ongoing care. If your loved one died in the crash, your family may be facing funeral expenses and the loss of financial support. A thoroughly investigated legal claim can lead to proper compensation. At the Belt & Bruner, P.C., our Montgomery car accident attorneys and staff can collect a variety of information to establish liability in your car accident claim.
This includes but is not necessarily limited to:
- Police reports, including blood-alcohol / drug tests if conducted
- Accident scene photos
- Witness statements
- Black box recorder data (now in many automobiles)
- Data from examining crash vehicles
- Cell phone records (showing whether a driver was on the phone or texting)
- Receipts (from stores, tolls, restaurants, lodging, etc.), which may establish the driver’s time on the road and whether fatigue contributed to the crash
- Accident reconstruction reports (in appropriate cases).
Our Montgomery Car Accident Lawyers Experience Can Help You
We work to hold all responsible parties accountable for the losses you have suffered, such as:
- The other driver(s)
- An employer, if the at-fault driver was behind the wheel while on the job
- A bar / store owner or social host who served alcohol to an underage or noticeably intoxicated driver
- The manufacturer of a defective vehicle or part that caused your accident
- A government entity responsible for defective road conditions that caused the accident.