Five Frequently Asked Questions About Personal Injury Claims

Braxton Blake Lowe, Attorney at Law, has been practicing law in Alabama for more than 30 years. Based in Gulf Shores, I invite you to contact the firm to learn more about how I can help you after an injury or an accident.

To get started, here are a few questions clients often have:

What Is The Statute Of Limitations For Personal Injury?

In Alabama, a lawsuit seeking damages after an injury or wrongful death must be filed two years from the date of occurrence.

Does Every Case Go To Trial?

It depends on the facts of your case. While some cases require trial to get the best possible outcome, others can be resolved fairly with negotiation.

How Do I Pay For A Personal Injury Attorney?

In general, personal injury cases are taken on a contingency fee basis: You pay no fees unless we recover a monetary award for you.

What Should I Do About My Medical Bills While The Case Is Pending?

Many medical providers have provisions for patients with pending lawsuits seeking compensation. Our lawyers can help you navigate this process.

What Happens At Our Initial Meeting?

At our initial consultation, which is free, I will meet at a time and place that is convenient to you. I will listen to the details of your case and explain its strengths and weaknesses and what you might expect if you file a claim.

You can reach Braxton Blake Lowe, Attorney at Law, at 251-213-2306 or by completing our online contact form.