Recovering Compensation After a Supermarket Accident in Alabama

Recovering Compensation After a Supermarket Accident in Alabama

If you are like most people, food shopping is a fairly routing aspect of your life. Just another thing to check off the to-do list. However, if you have been injured in a supermarket accident, you are most likely now seeking financial compensation to help cover the cost of any damages you have incurred. If you find yourself in this unfortunate situation, you must read on and reach out to our experienced firm to learn more about how we can help. Here are some of the questions you may have:

What causes supermarket accidents?

Supermarket accidents can happen for any number of reasons, though they most often can be traced back to negligent. The most common types of supermarket accidents are caused by spills left unattended, falling items from shelves, poorly placed floor mats, spoiled food, and more.

How do I recover financial compensation after a supermarket accident?

To recover financial compensation, you will have to prove that you were injured as a direct result of another party’s negligence. Unfortunately, insurance companies and other parties may very well try and get in the way, as you attaining justice is hurting their bottom line. That is why it is always best to hire an experienced attorney who knows the ins and outs of the personal injury claims process.

To prove a personal injury claim, our firm will work to uncover various types of valuable evidence, including pictures or videos of the accident as it happened, police reports documenting the facts of the incident, witness testimony confirming your claim, and medical documentation regarding the extent and origin of your injuries. Our firm is here to help you get back on your feet again, and will tenaciously fight for the compensation you need to do so.

What is the statute of limitations for personal injury claims in Alabama?

The phrase “statute of limitations” refers to the amount of time people have to take legal action against another party. Since the statute of limitations for personal injury claims in Alabama is two years, you will have two years from the date of your accident to file a premises liability claim against a negligent property owner. If you fail to file a lawsuit within this window of time, you will most likely be denied your right to compensation, no matter you bad you truly need it. Fortunately, our firm is ready to get the claims process started immediately.

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Stone Crosby, P.C. has proudly served clients in Alabama for over 100 years. Our firm has experience handling matters including divorce and family law, estate planning and administration, business law, employment law, class actions, consumer protection, business law, real estate law, among many others. If you require quality legal representation, contact our firm today to schedule a consultation.

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