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We all lead rather busy lives with packed schedules. We have places to go, people to see, and things to do. The fact is that our modern lives and the lifestyles that we lead as residents of the first world demand physical transportation. Considering the amount of moving around we do on a daily basis, the risk of a car accident is very real and rather substantial. Every turn that we make, every time we are driving on the freeway, every intersection that we drive up to, and every signal that we traverse over could potentially be a car accident waiting to happen and rough one at that! These accidents, if and when they occur, could result in personal injury. Also, the types of accidents which are fathomable are rather staggering – a person operating a motor vehicle could get into a crash, a person walking around in a shopping mall could experience what we call a slip and fall accident, a pedestrian may get bitten by a dog belonging to a neighbor, and so on and so forth. The possibilities are many and the potential is everywhere. Accidents are inevitable and they are going to occur, but when a car accident causes injury or damages to a person and the accident itself occurred as a result of someone else’s negligence/recklessness, then, understandably, it can be rather unfair for the victim. The injury or damages resulting from such an accident could also vary. It could range from minor bruises to the other end of the spectrum with things such as permanent disability, paralysis, or even death. In order to cater for such victims, the justice system and its many civil courts in all states of the country have provisioned laws and legislation which facilitates the protection of an accident victims and their rights. Civil courts and civil lawsuits are fundamentally intended to serve to determine whether or not an accident victim deserves compensatory awards. However, the point to be noted here is that even though the victim is the victim, it is his or her duty to file and prove the civil lawsuit so that he or she may receive said damages as compensatory awards. This is where an accident lawyer will come into the equation. The state auto accident laws in Alabama (not unlike in other states) are rather complex and vast. Understandably, a lay person is going to have a tough time trying to abide by the legalities involved in the filing of an auto accident lawsuit or any other type of accident case, let alone proving the claims within it. Here arises the need for a professional Alabama accident lawyer who will not only navigate you through the legal process with expertise, but will also prove to be a pillar of emotional support when you need it the most. Have you been hurt in an auto accident? Was it the other driver’s fault? It is time to take what you rightfully deserve! Call and setup a consultation with one of our judicious and committed Alabama accident lawyers today which can be found on USAttorneys.com! Any questions? Contact us! We will call you back within a couple of hours.