Resource Links for Alabama Drug Recalls and Medical Device Lawsuits:
- Alabama Bad Drug Lawsuits & Alabama Defective Medical Device Cases
- State of Alabama Statute of Limitations
- Alabama Medical Resources
- State of Alabama Legal Resources
- State, County and City Bar Associations
- Legal Services for Alabama Communities
Alabama Bad Drug Lawsuits & Alabama Defective Medical Device Cases
The paperwork necessary to successfully resolving a personal injury civil lawsuit against parties who have caused you harm will need to be filed in the appropriate district court. You will then be involved in pleadings, motions, discovery, pretrial hearings and conferences and eventually a negotiated settlement or jury trial.
The following resources can help you begin the process of filing a wrongful death lawsuit or personal injury case against every party who has caused your injuries, harm or damages. The sooner you start the better. This is because Alabama, like all states, has statute of limitations laws that limit the amount of time you must file a case against every party responsible for your losses.
Filing a lawsuit against every party that caused your harm is a serious legal decision that is not to be taken lightly. To achieve a successful outcome and obtain monetary compensation, your case against all defendants will demand your energy and time. The Alabama laws surrounding personal injury and wrongful death are complex and determining whether you have a solid case for compensation involving medical malpractice, defective products or bad drugs can be difficult without legal assistance.
Researching tort law can help you determine what legal theory based on Alabama law your case should be filed under. The information can help you understand whether you have ample evidence to prove your claim in front of a judge and jury.
This links below provide valuable information involving recently filed or settled class-action lawsuits, recalls by the food and drug administration, personal injury verdicts and settlements involving dangerous medications and harmful medical products.
State of Alabama Statute of Limitations
The Alabama statute of limitations code determines the length of time a victim can file a lawsuit against every party responsible for causing the damages, injuries, losses or harm.
- Personal Injury/Negligence – 2 Years
- Product Liability – 2 Years
- Wrongful Death – 2 Years
- Medical Malpractice – 2 Years
- Intentional Torts – 2 Years
Alabama Medical Resources
- Alabama Board of Medical Examiners and Medical Licensure Commission
- Alabama Department of Public Health
State of Alabama Legal Resources
The most valuable legal resources for the state of Alabama can be found in its most prestigious law libraries including:
- Bounds Law Library – University of Alabama School of Law, Tuscaloosa, Alabama
101 Paul W. Brandt Dr. East
Tuscaloosa, AL 35487
- Supreme Court and Law Library – Montgomery, Alabama
300 Dexter Ave.
Montgomery, AL 36104
- Jefferson County Law Library – Birmingham, Alabama
716 Richard Arrington Junior Blvd. North
Birmingham, AL 35203
State, County and City Bar Associations
- Alabama State Bar
- Birmingham Bar Association
- Mobile Bar Association
- Montgomery County Bar Association
Legal Services for Alabama Communities
Personal injury medical malpractice services by a competent personal injury legal team are available in every community in Alabama, that represents clients in rural areas and urban centers including: