FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
We thought it would be helpful to answer some of the questions we often receive. If you have a question about a specific case, be sure to use our chat feature or navigate to “Tell Us Your Story”.
In the state of Alabama, for personal injury claims, you have 2 years from the date of your injury to file a lawsuit. If you do not have your claim resolved or a lawsuit filed within 2 years, you will be barred from making a claim or filing a lawsuit.
Uninsured motorist coverage is a type of coverage that you purchase with your own automobile insurance company to protect you in the event you are injured by another driver who is uninsured. If you are injured by another driver, whether you are driving your vehicle or are a pedestrian, and that driver does not have insurance, your insurance company will pay for your injuries. Within uninsured motorist coverage is underinsured motorist coverage. This applies when you are injured by another driver, whether you are driving your vehicle or are a pedestrian, and that driver has insurance, but does not have enough insurance to adequately compensate you for your injuries.
With very few exceptions, the attorneys at Prince, Glover & Hayes handle their cases on contingency fee agreements with their clients. This means that the attorney fee for your case is contingent on the attorneys at Prince, Glover & Hayes securing a recovery for you. The contingency fee agreements vary by each type of case and are discussed in detail during the initial consultation meeting. Also, all initial consultation meetings are free of charge.
The attorneys at Prince, Glover & Hayes pride themselves on putting the client first. They strive to keep their clients updated throughout the case so that the clients are fully aware of what is going on with the case. The attorneys are willing to talk with clients anytime. Whether it’s a weekday or weekend, the attorneys are available by phone or email.
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