Alabama is an at-fault auto insurance state, which means that the driver who causes your injuries is responsible for compensating you for losses associated with your accident, either personally or through their insurance, or perhaps a combination if you file a lawsuit.
After an accident, it can be hard to know what your next steps should be and when to contact a personal injury attorney. And while you won’t always need an attorney to help with your claim, there are several factors you should consider that might make working with a lawyer advantageous.
Stacker recently confirmed what we in Alabama have known for years. They analyzed the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s 2020 Fatality Analysis Reporting System to determine which interstates had the most fatalities.