Hoover, the largest suburb of Birmingham, Alabama, is primarily located in Jefferson County in Central Alabama. The city originated as a bedroom community to Birmingham but experienced rapid growth over the last 30 years and currently has some 25,000 households and 85,000 individual citizens. Due to its proximity to the larger City of Birmingham and its exponential growth, Hoover sees its share of accidental deaths. Like any city, Hoover is not immune to the careless acts of others and tragically, these actions do result in wrongful deaths of Hoover citizens. If you or someone you love has been injured or killed in an accident, call the skilled wrongful death attorneys at Hollis, Wright & Clay, P.C. at 205.324.3600
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. Your family pays nothing unless we recover for you.
The Hoover wrongful death attorneys at Hollis, Wright & Clay, P.C. stand ready to help should you lose a family member due to the neglect or wrongful actions of another. Centrally located in the State of Alabama on historic Morris Avenue in Birmingham, our attorneys regularly handle wrongful death claims throughout the state, as well as in Hoover. During such a time of extreme sadness, stress and grief, allow the Hoover wrongful death attorneys at Hollis Wright Law Firm to handle the legal aspects of your situation. Our attorneys have decades of experience representing families in wrongful death matters and will aggressively represent you. However, during our representation of families victimized by a wrongful death, we are always mindful of the emotional toll and damage the loss of a loved one can have on you. Our attorneys have an excellent bedside manner, are compassionate and sensitive to the needs of our wrongful death clients. During our representation, we will handle all the legal aspects of your wrongful death claim while you heal and emotionally recover from your loss.
In addition to recovering monetary damages for you and your family members, it is vitally important to send a message for you and your family members—a message to the public, as well as the party responsible for your loved one's death, that the activity that resulted in the death will not be tolerated. Under Alabama law, the only damages that can be claimed and recovered are punitive damages, which are designed to preserve human life by pushing those that engaged in the wrongful conduct and deterring others from acting irresponsibly in the future.
Jefferson County Health Statistics
Jefferson County as a whole has about 660,000 citizens and witnessed 445 accidental deaths in a recent year. While all accidental deaths are not necessarily the fault of another, many are as a result of someone else's careless or reckless actions. It is of the utmost importance that those individuals or parties that cause the wrongful death be held accountable for their actions, which in turn, shows the public that this type of reckless behavior will not be tolerated. Of the 445 deaths, 120 were as a result of motor vehicle accidents; 197 were as a result of poisoning; 36 were as a result of suffocation; 19 were as a result of fire, flames or smoke; and 35 were as a result of falls. Other accidents represented were drowning and firearm incidents. All of these situations can be caused by neglectful behavior.
Hoover Wrongful Death Attorneys
Losing a family member will likely be the most difficult situation you will ever face. Allow us to handle the legal side of such an event while you and your family take much-needed time to heal and move on. Don't let large insurance companies take advantage of you, especially when you are at your worst. Let us do the work to recover monetary damages that arise from the wrongful death of your family member.
If you or a loved one has been injured or killed in any sort of accident due to the carelessness of another, call the Hoover wrongful death attorneys as soon as possible. Your consultation is free, and you pay no money unless we recover damages for you. Our team of attorneys and investigators will go to work immediately on behalf of your family and start gathering critical evidence to support your case. You can reach us at 205.324.3600
or online here