Frequently Asked Questions

Will I Have To Go To Court For My Personal Injury And Accident Case?

July 13, 2016 by Leave a comment

We are glad you have joined us for our personal injury blog. We hope you find it entertaining and informative. Our lawyers are always ready to meet you and answer your questions, so feel free to call on us. In this edition and installment we provide a summary and overview ...

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What Should I Expect In My First (1st) Meeting With My Personal Injury And Accident Lawyer?

June 13, 2016 by Leave a comment

In this edition of the Hogg & Gartlan Law Firm Personal Injury Blog, we discuss your expectations in your first (1st) meeting with your lawyer. This is a summary which provides an overview that addresses some issues involved.

In your first (1st) meeting with your personal injury and accident ...

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Your Mediation Part One (1)

March 21, 2016 by

Mediation is a very important step in your case that should be given the attention and priority it deserves. We hope this article sheds some light on the process. Please, feel free to contact us with questions, concerns or comments.

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Is Your Case Worth Anything? If So, How Much? How Do You Know?

September 21, 2015 by Leave a comment

 

 

Personal Injury Lawyers in Alabama Answers: “How much is my case worth?”

Part Two (2)

 

We are glad that you have joined us for this informative discussion regarding important factors that impact the value of your case. We are always available to answer your specific questions.

 

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Shepherding Your Medical Treatment – Part One (1)

September 11, 2015 by Leave a comment

 

 How do you insure that you will receive the best medical treatment for your personal injury and accident case?

Our Alabama personal injury and accident attorneys invite you to follow this important series involving information to help endure you receive the best medical treatment and care for your trauma ...

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