T.K. Moffett helped collect over 1.5 million dollars for clients that were injured as a result of a Car Accident.
Car accidents cause hundreds of injuries and fatalities every year. In 2008, there were 783 traffic-related deaths in Mississippi and 966 in Alabama. Many more people survived a car crash but suffered painful injuries and other damages.
If you were injured in a car accident, or if a family member died in a fatal auto wreck, you should speak to a lawyer as soon as possible. The experienced Tupelo car accident lawyers of Moffett Law Firm, P.L.L.C., can help you deal with the aftermath of an accident. Please call us at (662) 844-0836 or contact our law firm online to arrange a free initial consultation and case evaluation.
Representing Those Injured in Mississippi and Alabama Car Accidents
For more than 30 years, we have represented people injured in all kinds of car accidents, from SUV rollovers to highway accidents to hit-and-runs. We have obtained millions of dollars in compensation for injured people.
We understand how devastating a serious accident can be. Our attorneys are focused on helping you obtain full value for your losses, including pain and suffering, lost wages, medical and rehabilitation expenses, property damage and more.
Car accidents can cause extremely serious injuries, from broken bones to paralysis. The symptoms of some injuries may not show up for weeks or months after the accident. For example, a serious concussion can result in a traumatic brain injury that permanently affects a person’s ability to think, reason and remember. It is not always immediately apparent that the car accident caused these types of symptoms.
We work diligently to recover full and fair compensation for personal injuries and wrongful death. Whether we are able to negotiate a favorable settlement with the insurance company or your case goes to the jury, you can be confident in our ability to get positive results for you and your family.
Do Not Sign Away Your Rights
Far too often, car accident victims sign away their right to be compensated. The insurance company may pressure you to accept a quick, cheap settlement offer. We do not recommend settling your case until the full extent of your injuries becomes apparent. If you settle too soon, you will not be compensated for accident-related injuries or complications that develop later.