Brain, Neck & Spinal Cord Injuries Attorney
in Mobile, Alabama
We Fight for the Rights of Injured Victims in Mobile and Throughout Alabama’s Gulf Coast
At Roger Varner Injury Law, our Mobile brain, neck, and spinal cord injury lawyer is committed to excellence and personalized representation. It is our mission to help victims and families get justice and the maximum financial compensation. If you or your loved one suffered a serious injury in an accident, we are here to help. For a free, no obligation consultation with a top Alabama personal injury lawyer, please call our Mobile law office at (833) 482-7637 or contact us directly online.
We Handle the Full Range of Catastrophic Injury Claims in Mobile, Alabama
Roger Varner Injury Law is a Mobile-based personal injury law firm devoted to fighting for the rights and interests of people who need help the most. We have what it takes to handle the most serious of personal injury claims. No matter the nature of you or your loved one’s accident, we are here to help. Our firm handles car crashes, truck accidents, slip and falls, medical malpractice cases, and all other types of personal injury claims. We also have the skill to represent victims who are dealing with the full range of serious injuries in Mobile, Alabama, including:
- Brain Injuries: Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) are among the most common types of serious injuries. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that more than 2 million people sustain TBIs each year. A TBI requires immediate medical treatment.
- Neck Injuries: A serious neck injury can be debilitating. It is imperative that injured victims get the proper ongoing and rehabilitative care. We handle all types of neck injury claims in Mobile, Alabama.
- Spinal Cord Injuries: Spinal cord damage often results in permanent physical and/or mental impairments. The National Spinal Cord Injury Statistical Center (NSCISC) reports that there are approximately 200,000 people living with the effects of spinal cord damage.
Injured Victims Require Immediate Medical Attention
Injuries to the brain, neck, and spinal cord are among the most serious and, in some cases, potentially life threatening injuries that a person can sustain. Victims require immediate medical attention to minimize the risk of permanent damage or death. Emergency responders, such as paramedics, should be called immediately to provide care and transport the victim to a hospital where they can receive specialized care. It is important to note that even if the victim appears to be stable, it is still crucial to seek medical attention right away as these types of injuries can worsen over time and may not show symptoms until later. Early diagnosis and treatment can make all the difference in a victim’s recovery.
Note: You cannot bring a legal claim for any type of injury in Alabama—brain, neck, spinal cord, or otherwise—without comprehensive medical records. You need to see a doctor to have a claim.
We Help Injured Victims Maximize their Financial Compensation
Following a serious accident, it is crucial that you are able to access the maximum financial relief. You need to be able to pay bills and support your family. Sadly, the big insurance companies do not make the claims process easy on people—even those who have suffered a serious brain injury or severe spinal cord damage. Our Mobile, AL personal injury lawyer fights tirelessly to help victims maximize their recovery. You may be entitled to compensation for:
- Property damage;
- Emergency medical care;
- Hospital bills;
- Rehabilitative care;
- Other medical costs;
- Lost wages;
- Loss of earning power;
- Pain and suffering;
- Mental distress;
- Long-term disability; and
- Permanent impairments.
How Mobile Personal Injury Attorney Roger Varner Can Help
Personal injury claims are complicated—especially when you are dealing with a potentially catastrophic injury, such as a brain, neck, or spinal cord injury. Our founder and lead attorney Roger Varner is an experienced advocate for injured victims. We go above and beyond to provide the highest level of services to clients. Among other things, our Mobile personal injury attorney will:
- Conduct a free, comprehensive review of a head, neck, or spinal cord injury claim;
- Investigate the accident, gathering relevant documents, records, and other evidence;
- Represent you in any legal proceedings, including settlement negotiations; and
- Develop a results-driven strategy to maximize your financial compensation.
Schedule a Free Consultation With a Mobile, AL Catastrophic Injury Lawyer Today
At Roger Varner Injury Law, our Mobile personal injury attorney has the professional skills and legal expertise to handle the full range of catastrophic injury cases, including traumatic brain injuries (TBIs), neck injuries, and spinal cord damage. Call us at (833) 482-7637 or send us a direct message to set up your free, no obligation consultation. We represent injured victims in Mobile and throughout the wider region, including in Saraland, Theodore, Prichard, and Semmes.
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Can My Employer Fire Me or Otherwise Punish Me for Filing for Workers’ Compensation?
No, an employer cannot fire or punish an employee for filing for workers' compensation in Alabama. It is illegal for an employer to discriminate or retaliate against an employee for filing a workers' comp claim or for exercising their rights under the workers' compensation laws.
Am I Required to See a Doctor After a Motor Vehicle Collision?
It is highly recommended that you see a doctor after a motor vehicle collision, even if you do not feel injured. Some injuries, such as whiplash, may not be immediately apparent, and it is important to have a medical professional evaluate your condition to ensure that you receive the proper treatment. Additionally, in Alabama, in order to bring a claim for personal injury, you will need to have medical records to demonstrate that you were injured as a result of the collision.
How Do I Protect My Rights After Suffering an Injury in a Serious Accident?
To protect your rights after suffering an injury in a serious accident in Alabama, it is important to seek medical attention immediately, document the accident and your injuries, and consult with a personal injury attorney. Gathering evidence such as photographs, eyewitness statements, and police reports can help support your claim. It's also important to keep track of any expenses related to the accident, such as medical bills and lost wages. An attorney can help you navigate the legal process and ensure that your rights are protected every step of the way.