Cullman, Alabama is the largest city in Cullman County, as well as its county seat. Located along I-65, it is 50 miles north of Birmingham and 55 miles south of Huntsville. Cullman embodies the small-town atmosphere and offers several unique attractions, including the Ave Maria Grotto, the Shrine of the Most Blessed, Sacrament of Our Lady of the Angels Monestary, and Clarkson Covered Bridge. Major highways in the city include I-65, U.S. Highway 31, U.S. Highway 278, State Route 69, and State Route 157.
With some 18,000 residents, as well as a large contingency of people who commute to the city to work, employees are obviously susceptible to workplace injuries and accidents. Cullman's total workforce is nearly 38,000 people strong.
If you've been injured in a work-related accident in Cullman or its surrounding areas, you can reach us here
or via phone at 844.LAW.TALK
. Ensuring you receive the proper compensation for your work-related injuries is a complicated process. Don't go at it alone. We know the Alabama Workers' Compensation laws, are able to navigate its intricacies, and will work tirelessly for you. Our Cullman workers' compensation attorneys don't get paid unless we recover for you. And, under Alabama law, the fees in a workers' compensation case are capped at only 15% of what is recovered on behalf of the injured worker.
Cullman & Alabama Employment and Wage Statistics
Recent statistics show that Cullman's unemployment rates are slightly lower than other cities and countries throughout Alabama, as seen in the numbers below.
- Civilian Labor Force- Alabama: 2,207,637 employees; Cullman: 38,657 employees
- Employment- Alabama:2,139,093 employees; Cullman: 37,873 employees
- Unemployment- Alabama: 68,5444 unemployed; Cullman: 784 unemployed
- Unemployment Percentage- Alabama: 3.1%; Cullman: 2%
Additionally, Cullman joins Shelby, Marshall, and Blount Counties as the counties in Alabama with the lowest percentage of unemployment.
While many Cullman citizens commute to other counties to work, there are some 10,000 employees who live in neighboring counties who drive into Cullman every day to work. Given Cullman's close proximity to Birmingham and Huntsville, it makes for an easy commute for people living in these areas. However, all of these commuting employees are susceptible to work-related injuries. These commuting employees are also at an increased risk of being in a motor vehicle accident. Cullman is home to more than 120 manufacturing and distribution companies, which lend themselves to a host of potentially serious workplace injuries.
Experienced Attorneys Fighting for You
Alabama workers' compensation laws can be complicated and difficult to maneuver. You need an experienced attorney on your side to ensure you receive the benefits that you are owed. The Cullman workers' compensation attorneys at Hollis, Wright & Clay, P.C. have years of experience handling injury claims on behalf of workers throughout Alabama, including Cullman County. Our attorneys have handled and resolved numerous workers' compensation cases of behalf of Cullman County workers and routinely appear in the Circuit Court for Cullman County. You can rest assured that we will commit time, financial resources, and more to ensure you receive the compensation you deserve.
If you were injured on the job or lost a loved one in a work-related incident, contact the Cullman workers' compensation attorneys at Hollis, Wright & Clay, P.C. for a FREE
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