North Alabama Personal Injury Lawyers

Justice for the Injured and Disabled in Alabama

If you have been injured, you may be entitled to financial compensation. Make an appointment for a free consultation with an Alabama personal injury attorney who has more than 35 years' experience.

At the Huntsville law firm of Johnston, Moore & Thompson, all clients with potential personal injury or wrongful death claims work directly with attorney George Allen Moore, a veteran personal injury lawyer who has worked in this area of law since 1978.

We have achieved notable successes in personal injury cases ranging from car accidents, truck accidents and motorcycle accidents to products liability and industrial or construction site accidents.

If you have questions about your rights after a major accident or injury, contact Johnston, Moore & Thompson to schedule a free and private consultation with Mr. Moore.

What to Expect at the Initial Consultation About a Personal Injury Claim

We strive to create a comfortable and comforting atmosphere at our Huntsville office, so clients feel welcome and soon as they walk through the door. We also schedule appointments outside our office if it's more convenient -- for example, at a client's home or hospital.

We appreciate that you have suffered a serious trauma, and we want to help you get our life back on track. At your first meeting with attorney George Allen Moore, we listen to the facts of situation, review any documents you have brought, answer any questions you have, and give you a preliminary evaluation of your case.

We believe in being truthful and up-front with our clients about the validity and worth of their personal injury claims. We don't want you to put your life on hold for a year thinking you have a strong legal claim, when in fact you do not.

On the other hand, some investigation is often necessary before we can make a full assessment of your claim's strength. We ask you to bring with you any and all written information you have about the accident or event that caused injury to you or the death of a family member. These documents might include the following:

  • Medical records
  • Law enforcement's accident report
  • Insurance policies
  • Photographs of the scene or your injuries

How We Move Forward in Personal Injury Cases

Every case is unique, but there are some steps we take in every personal injury case we accept for representation. We conduct a thorough independent investigation. We go to the scene and take extensive photographs of the scene, the injuries, the property damage and any other relevant items. We undertake an extensive review of all relevant insurance policies that might be a source of financial benefits for our client. We gather all relevant medical records relating to the accident and have those reviewed by an expert if necessary.

Once our investigation is complete, we gather all this information into a summary of the injuries our client sustained and the financial losses caused by the accident. We send this summary to all responsible parties or their insurance companies and begin the negotiation process. If negotiation is unsuccessful, we have the skills and experience to file a formal lawsuit. We also keep our eyes open for unreasonable actions on the part of the insurance companies, and we file insurance claim disputes whenever necessary to protect our clients' rights.

We handle all personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis. This means that we collect no attorneys' fees unless we obtain compensation for you.

Contact Johnston, Moore & Thompson About Your Personal Injury Questions

Consult a personal injury lawyer as soon as possible if you or a loved one has been injured due to another person's careless, reckless or intentional actions. To consult with a decades-long practitioner of Alabama personal injury law, call Johnston, Moore & Thompson toll free at 888.636.3759. Or, use our online contact form.

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