The experienced personal injury lawyers of Tobias, McCormick & Comer serve Mobile, Alabama, and the surrounding areas, with compassion and a track record of success for making things right for our clients. We work each client’s case personally, from start to finish, which means we don’t hand your case over to another lawyer you don’t know at another law firm. We have handled hundreds of personal injury cases in our combined sixty-five years of experience and have recovered over 45 million dollars for our clients. Let us put our expertise to work for you.
Personal injuries can occur virtually anywhere due to defective products, dangerous surroundings, trucking and car accidents, alcohol and drug related injuries, maritime injuries, workplace accidents, or other negligence. If you have the misfortune of being involved in a serious accident, documenting as much as possible and contacting a Mobile personal injury lawyer immediately is very important. We will work with you to gather key evidence and provide our valuable expertise to recover compensation for injuries sustained due to wrongful acts of another person or company. Our compassionate attorneys are ready to help make things right for you.
People are harmed or killed every day because of defective products. A product is defective if it is unreasonably dangerous, does not carry sufficient warnings, or the manufacturer fails to provide complete and adequate instructions for the safe use of the product. Defective machinery, household appliances, toys, sports equipment, and other products can cause serious injury or even death. The lawyers at Tobias, McCormick & Comer are experienced in handling cases involving defective products. Let us help you navigate the difficult path of holding manufacturers accountable for dangerous products.Trucking Accidents
An accident involving an eighteen-wheeler or other commercial truck can be much more severe than a wreck involving a passenger vehicle. Due to the size of a large commercial truck, a collision involving such a vehicle is likely to result in serious, even fatal, injuries. Trucking companies and their insurance carriers often investigate wrecks shortly after a collision, so it is important to hire an experienced Mobile truck accident lawyer as soon as possible to protect yourself. The lawyers of Tobias, McCormick & Comer have over 65 years of experience representing people who have been seriously injured and families of those who have lost loved ones in a fatal collision with a commercial vehicle.Alcohol & Drug Related Injuries
Many substances can impair driving, including: alcohol, some over the counter and prescription medications, and illegal drugs. Those who drive under the influence of alcohol or drugs, whether obtained legally or illegally, pose a danger to themselves, their passengers, and everyone in our community. If you have been injured by someone who operated a vehicle while impaired, contact us as soon as possible. Especially in wrecks caused by drugs or alcohol, evidence must be collected as close to the collision as possible. The lawyers at Tobias, McCormick & Comer are personal injury lawyers in Mobile, skilled in such cases and have a track record of success in representing people who were seriously injured by the reckless conduct of impaired drivers.Maritime Injury
Employers have the responsibility to provide a safe environment for its employees who work on the water. Incidents can happen due to unsafe work environments on vessels traveling on the numerous waterways on and around the Gulf Coast. We are personal injury lawyers serving Mobile who have significant experience in the areas of maritime personal injury, including successful representation of catastrophically injured seamen and longshoremen.Auto Accidents
When a person is injured in a serious motor vehicle collision, it can be confusing and scary. Many car wrecks are caused by distracted drivers or those exhibiting risky behaviors, such as drug or alcohol use. If you’ve been injured in a car accident caused by someone else, contact us right away. It is important to talk with a car accident lawyer in Mobile as soon as possible, and especially before talking with an insurance adjuster who will try to settle your case for much less than the law allows.Wrongful Death
Wrongful death claims can arise from the bad actions of others in countless ways such as: medical errors, automobile or trucking accidents, defective products – the list goes on. Losing a loved one is never an easy thing, certainly not when it’s unexpected. Unfortunately, many deaths are the result of another person or company’s bad conduct. Tobias, McCormick & Comer are wrongful death lawyers in Mobile, Alabama and have extensive experience representing local families who tragically lost loved ones.Workplace Accidents
Workplace accidents can be as simple as injuries like slips and falls, or more serious heavy equipment injuries caused by defective products and third-party negligence. It is important to contact an experienced personal injury lawyer serving Mobile as soon as possible when you or a loved one is injured at work to make sure you receive the compensation and medical benefits the law requires employers to provide and to investigate the cause of your injury.Premises Liability
In Alabama, property owners have a responsibility to keep their premises safe for visitors and warn them of hidden dangers. If an owner fails to keep its premises safe, the owner can be held responsible for injuries that result. This rule is true for most properties including worksites, amusement parks, retail stores, condominiums, and homes. Injuries caused by unsafe premises can range from a broken bone to a traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, or even death. If you sustained an injury on someone else’s property, contact our Mobile personal injury lawyers right away.Statute of Limitations
How long is the Statute of Limitations? In Alabama, the statute of limitations is the time period in which someone may bring a claim against someone else including for personal injuries or death. The amount of time to file a lawsuit varies depending on the type of case. For example, for personal injury claims caused by the negligence of another person or company, the statute of limitations is two years. In most cases, if a lawsuit is not properly filed within the time period prescribed by the statute of limitations, the claim may be forever barred. If you are injured, or your loved one is killed, by the wrongful acts of another person or company, it is important to contact a personal injury lawyer in the Mobile area as soon as possible.Burn Injuries
Burn injuries are some of the worst personal injuries anyone can suffer. Even minor burns often cause intense pain, and the most serious burns can cause permanent disfigurement and even death. Fire, intense heat, electricity, chemicals, and radiation are the most common causes of burn injuries. Often, burn injuries are caused by explosions, building fires, defective products, flammable liquids, and combustible gases. Burn injury cases are complicated and require a breadth of knowledge – from preserving the cause and origin of the fire, to working with doctors who treat the injuries, and holding the bad actor responsible for the underlying act that caused the burn. The lawyers at Tobias, McCormick & Comer are experienced working on complex cases that caused horrific burn injuries to our clients.Discuss Your Case With a Personal Injury Lawyer in Mobile and Surrounding Areas
If you have been hurt in Mobile, Alabama, or the surrounding area, the personal injury lawyers at Tobias, McCormick & Comer have the experience and compassion to make things right for you. We handle cases in every city along the Alabama Gulf Coast including Mobile, Grand Bay, Theodore, Spanish Fort, Saraland, Satsuma, Citronelle, Fairhope, Foley, Gulf Shores, Orange Beach and all points in between.
Contact our firm at (251) 432-5001 or fill out our online form to set up a free consultation.
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