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Walker County Motorcycle Accident Attorney

If you have been injured or lost a loved one in an accident caused by another person, the Belt & Bruner, P.C., is available to help you protect your rights and seek compensation for your losses. You can schedule a timely, free and confidential consultation by contacting us today by phone or through our online form. We can learn more about the facts of your case and determine whether we can assist you in seeking compensation for your medical bills, lost income, physical pain, emotional suffering and any other losses you have sustained. We have years of experience with serving personal injury victims and their families in Walker County and surrounding communities. Our record of results includes a $4.5 million jury verdict in the Walker County case of Dulin Energy Co., et al. v. Moss Levin Joint Venture, et al., a commercial litigation matter involving a strip mining coal contract. In more than 40 cases, the Belt & Bruner, P.C., has recovered verdicts or settlements worth $1 million or more on behalf of our clients. We offer contingency fee agreements. This means that you will pay no costs or fees in your case unless we secure a verdict or settlement for you. We can assist in a variety of personal injury practice areas, including car, truck, motorcycle and other types of motorcycle accidents. We can also help clients with legal claims involving construction and workplace injuries, defective product claims and medical malpractice. We also handle environmental contamination cases. Note that personal injury claims must be filed within a limited time period in Alabama. The general rule is that a lawsuit must be filed within two years after the date of the injury (or the date on which the injury reasonably should have been discovered). This is called the statute of limitations. If your case involves a product liability claim, the statute of limitations is one year. This is why it is important to speak with a lawyer immediately in order to protect your rights.