WRONGFUL DEATH LAWYER IN BIRMINGHAM AL
Ferguson & Ferguson
Attorneys at Law
If you have lost someone you love in an accident, you should consult with an experienced Birmingham wrongful death attorney. At Ferguson & Ferguson, our wrongful death attorneys know that there is nothing we can do to make the pain go away, and nothing you wouldn’t give to have your loved one back. However, we can do everything possible to take care of your financial future. Our goal is to help you to protect your legal rights and get full and fair compensation for your loved one’s death so you can move on with your life. We’ve been protecting the financial future of wrongful death victims in Birmingham for over 25 years by fighting for maximum compensation in every case. If we take your case, we will work for free unless we win. We offer no obligation, free consultations on all wrongful death cases. We also offer the only lowest fee guarantee in Alabama. Call 1-800-752-1998 now. We can help.
Alabama Wrongful Death Statute
Alabama Code Section § 6-5-410: Wrongful Act, Omission or Negligence Causing Death
(a) A personal representative may commence an action and recover such damages as the jury may assess in a court of competent jurisdiction within the State of Alabama, and not elsewhere, for the wrongful act, omission, or negligence of any person, persons, or corporation, his or their servants or agents, whereby the death of his testator or intestate was caused, provided the testator or intestate could have commenced an action for such wrongful act, omission, or negligence if it had not caused death.
(b) Such action shall not abate by the death of the defendant, but may be revived against his personal representative and may be maintained though there has not been prosecution, conviction or acquittal of the defendant for the wrongful act, omission, or negligence.
(c) The damages recovered are not subject to the payment of the debts or liabilities of the testator or intestate, but must be distributed according to the statute of distributions.
(d) Such action must be commenced within two years from and after the death of the testator or intestate. It is important to speak to an experienced law firm when it comes to Wrongful Death cases.
Types of Alabama Wrongful Death Cases
We handle wrongful death cases involving the following:
- Admiralty and maritime accidents
- Pedestrian accidents
- Bicycle/Cycling accidents
- Aviation accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Auto accidents, including head-on collisions, rear-end accidents, SUV rollovers and intersection crashes
- Bus crashes
- Defective products or devices
- Environmental pollution
- Fires and explosions
- Food poisoning
- Medical malpractice
- Pharmaceutical malpractice
- Dangerous drugs
- Oil refinery and pipeline explosions
- Nursing home negligence
- Swimming pool accidents
- Truck accidents
- Workplace injuries, including construction accidents, electrical accidents
- Oil and gas accidents
- Train accidents
Why Hire Ferguson & Ferguson
If you have lost a loved one in an accident that was caused by another party, you may be able to bring a wrongful death claim against that individual or company. Give us a call at (800) 752-1998 or fill out our free initial consultation form and tell us what happened. The initial consultation is always free and you don’t pay a dime unless we make a recovery on your behalf. Call us now at 800-752-1998.