The Mobile, Alabama, injury lawyers at Long & Long are dedicated to helping personal injury victims and their family members pursue the financial security they need to cope with medical expenses and other damages, and move forward with their lives.
Our Alabama accident attorneys understand the challenges faced by injury victims, and we know that every client’s circumstances are unique. We believe in a personal approach with each client, and our lawyers will take the time to get to know you and develop an understanding of your individual needs so we can seek fair compensation on your behalf.
This personal commitment is backed by an extensive record of successful verdicts and settlements, as well as an AV Preeminent rating from the respected legal resource Martindale-Hubbell. The AV Preeminent achievement indicates that we provide the highest level of legal ability and ethical standards based on reviews from the judiciary and fellow bar members.
Working with an attorney if you were injured through the negligence of another person or corporation is one of the most important things you can do to protect your rights, recover the money you need and achieve the justice you deserve. Our lawyers will work hard to ensure your claim is resolved in a timely fashion, and we have the trial expertise necessary to fight for you in court when settlement offers are inadequate.
Long & Long maintains a rapid response policy for severe injury victims and wrongful death cases so you can get the help you need when you need it most. Your consultation is always free, and our lawyers work on a contingent-fee basis, which means we only get paid if we recover monetary damages for you.
If you were hurt or a loved one was killed due to the negligence of another, don’t wait long; contact injury lawyers Long & Long online or call us at 877-336-0776 for your free consultation with one of our knowledgeable attorneys. We welcome clients from the greater Mobile, Alabama, area as well as the communities of Gulf Shores, Orange Beach, Daphne, Fairhope and Foley. Video Rating: / 5
Growing up in Chicago, Karen Radius learned values from her working class parents, neither of whom attended high school. After passing the bar exam in Hawaii, Radius’ first job was with Legal Aid, serving some of the poorest people in Hawaii. As a Family Court judge, Karen Radius learned that juvenile girls who haven’t succeeded on regular probation needed a different type of juvenile justice system. So she created Girls Court. “Girls Court is all about…working on the relationships…within the family,” Radius explains. “(it’s) not just, ‘Did you comply with the court’s order and what the court told you to do’ … but let’s figure out your life and let’s come up with a life’s plan for you.”
This program will be rebroadcast on Wednesday, Oct. 28 at 11:00 pm and Sunday, Nov. 1 at 4:00 pm. Video Rating: / 5
Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Panel discussion in observance of April as Fair Housing Month. Video Rating: / 5