ALABAMA CHILD ACCIDENT LAWYER
A parent’s worst nightmare is for her child to be seriously injured. We do everything we can as parents and as a society to keep our children safe. Yet injuries do happen, and children can be especially vulnerable. When the unthinkable does happen, parents should have strong and experienced legal counsel to represent their child’s best interests.
Has your child been in an accident? Has he or she been injured by a defective product or abused by a teacher, or hurt by unsafe conditions in a day care center or in a neighbor’s yard? To discuss your concerns, please do not hesitate to contact a child injury attorney at Hornsby, Watson & Hornsby. Your initial consultation is free of charge and you will pay no attorneys’ fees unless we win.
Our law firm has successfully represented clients whose children have suffered a wide range of child accidents and injuries, including those involving:
- Car accidents
- Bus accidents
- Bicycle accidents
- Child abuse
- Child molestation
We are compassionate attorneys who know how to protect your child while pursuing the financial compensation he or she is entitled to receive. We understand that an injury may not exhibit symptoms for weeks or months after the child’s accident. Brain injuries in children can be especially hard to diagnose. It is important to wait until the full extent of the injury becomes apparent. The insurance company will want to settle the claim as quickly as possible. If you settle too soon, you will not be able to claim compensation for late-occurring symptoms. In Alabama, you have until the child reaches the age of majority to decide whether to file an injury claim.
Whatever the cause or effects of your child’s injury, you can rely on the attorneys of Hornsby, Watson & Hornsby for aggressive representation, exceptional client service, and the kind of care and understanding we would provide to our own family members.
From offices in Huntsville, Alabama, the child injury attorneys of Hornsby, Watson & Hornsby represent clients in the communities of Athens, Decatur, Guntersville, and throughout the state.