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Bryan Comer: I grew up here in Mobile, and I was the first person in my family to graduate from law school and so I hear a lot from my friends and family members of do I have a case and should I even bother with calling a lawyer? And the answer is, absolutely yes. This is your one shot, you have a limited amount of time under Alabama law to bring a case and if you have a question about a case, pick up the phone and give us a call. There's never any cost or obligation for a free consultation and we can explain to you what options that you have.
The legal process can seem intimidating, quite frankly and it's important to have somebody to explain everything to you so that you know your options and then with your lawyer you can make a decision. And so you know if you ever think well, am I wasting the lawyer’s time, or is this something that I really should do, you're not wasting our time. We field calls from people every day and are happy to talk with anybody about their case and let them know what options are available to them.
Contact us today! We are Mobile, Alabama personal injury lawyers who can offer you the experience and knowledge to make things right.
We serve clients throughout Alabama, including, but not limited to, those in the following localities: Mobile County including Citronelle, Grand Bay, Mobile, Prichard, Saraland, Satsuma, Semmes, Theodore, Tillmans Corner, and Wilmer; Baldwin County including Bay Minette, Daphne, Elberta, Fairhope, Foley, Gulf Shores, Loxley, Orange Beach, Robertsdale, and Spanish Fort; Clarke County including Grove Hill, Jackson, and Thomasville; Escambia County including Atmore and Brewton; and Washington County including Chatom. View More
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