Personal Injury Attorney
in Mobile, Alabama
The Voice for Injured
Personal Injury Victims in Mobile
Roger Varner Injury Law is proud to provide legal services to personal injury victims in Mobile, Alabama. If you were harmed by someone else’s negligent conduct, you might have a legal claim for compensation. These are tough cases to bring. Defendants and their insurance representatives rarely offer fair compensation, so you should seek out legal counsel.
Please call our law firm today. Our personal injury attorney in Mobile, Alabama can represent you in settlement negotiations and even in a lawsuit. Give yourself the best chance of obtaining a favorable outcome to your case.
Claims We Handle
Our firm is prepared to help anyone injured by an accident, such as:
- Car accident
- Bicycle accident
- DUI accident
- Hit-and-run accident
- Taxi accident
- Premises liability claim
- Slip and fall
- Dog bite or attack
Roger Varner is fully capable of tackling even the most complex or unusual personal injury case.
Please call us today to see if we can help.
Need Compensation for Their Injuries
We represent people suffering some of the most terrible injuries suffered in accidents, including brain injuries, fractures, back injuries, and burns.
They need compensation for:
- Medical care, including future care
- Lost wages, including loss of future
- Pain and suffering
- Property damage
- Loss of consortium
Compensation should be fair. Unfortunately, many defendants strive to pay as little as possible. Without an attorney, you won’t know how much to seek in a settlement, and there is a risk you will accept too little. We know how to calculate future medical care and future lost earnings so that you aren’t bankrupted by an accident which isn’t your fault.
Why You Should Hire Varner Injury Law
Our founder, Roger Varner, understands how companies and insurers think. After all, he once represented them in personal injury cases. Based on this experience, he knows the tricks they use to avoid paying compensation and has developed strategies over the years to counter these unfair tactics.
Once you hire us, we can immediately:
- Gather evidence in support of your claim
- File necessary insurance claim forms
- Handle all communications for our clients
- Make a claim for justifiable compensation
with at-fault parties
- Negotiate with insurers to increase the
amount of compensation offered
If your case can’t settle, our firm is well prepared to file a lawsuit in court. Litigation is never the ideal solution. Lawsuits take too much time, and our clients might need to wait over a year before they get their day in court. But sometimes filing a lawsuit is the only way to hold the defendant accountable when negotiations falter.
You Need an Attorney Immediately
Alabama is one of the least friendly states for personal injury claims. The state continues to recognize contributory negligence as a defense. Consequently, you will be denied any compensation if your own negligence contributed in any way to your accident.
Imagine you were waiting to turn at an intersection, but you forgot to turn your blinker on, or you were driving at dusk without your headlights on. If someone hits you, they could claim you were also negligent because you didn’t follow the rules of the road. If you are even 1% responsible, you will be denied compensation. That’s how harsh the law is in our state.
Of course, there are some exceptions. For example, if the defendant acted wantonly, your own negligence isn’t a bar to bringing a lawsuit. But these exceptions don’t apply in all cases—and you should never count on them applying to yours.
Insurers sometimes fish for information following an accident precisely for this reason. They are searching for a reason to deny your claim, and finding out you made some careless error could be just what they are looking for. Let us help you. We can gather evidence and argue it shows your own conduct was blameless. We will also help you answer insurance adjuster questions so you don’t say something you don’t mean.
You Can Afford Roger Varner Injury Law
Many accident victims are stressed about money after an accident. They might be too hurt to go into work, so they can’t see how they can afford a lawyer.
Fortunately, hiring us is easy. Our personal injury lawyer will represent clients on contingency. With this agreement, you never pay attorneys’ fees upfront. Instead, you simply agree that we can take a percentage of any amount we win for your case. This type of agreement shifts all the risk to us, because we don’t get paid unless we win your case.
Never let fear about fees keep you from getting necessary legal help. In a consultation, we can answer any questions you have about contingency fee agreements. We will also discuss in detail how to pay for the costs associated with a lawsuit, such as filing fees, postage, and deposition costs.
Wrongful Death Personal Injury Attorney
Roger Varner Injury Law also handles wrongful death cases. These are a little different than the other personal injury cases listed above. With this type of lawsuit, grieving family members sue after the death of a loved one.
In Alabama, a court can award only punitive damages to punish the defendant for the death. The amount will depend on many factors, such as the gravity of the defendant’s conduct and other surrounding circumstances. Punitive damages preserve the value of life and discourage other people from committing similar acts. Helpfully, Alabama does not cap punitive damages.
Wrongful death cases are difficult to bring. Defendants vigorously defend themselves, and you need an experienced Mobile personal injury lawyer who knows how to present a claim in the correct manner.
Call Us Today
Roger Varner Injury Law stands ready to help anyone in their time of need. Accidents leave people with painful injuries and strong fears for their future. We can do the legwork necessary to force negligent defendants to pay fair compensation.
If you call us today, (833) 482-7637, we can begin working on your case and handle it from start to finish. Our consultations are free, confidential, and low stress.
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- Auto accidents
- Birth Injuries
- Brain, Neck & Spinal Cord Injuries
- Defective Products Liability
- Dui accidents
- Dog Bites
- Hit and run accidents
- Taxi accidents
- Bicycle accidents
- Truck accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Commercial trucks or semi trailers
- Train accidents
- Bus accidents
- Pedestrian accidents
- Nursing Home Abuse
- Workplace Exposure
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.