Mobile Alabama Lawyers
Call Ian First!
Nothing is more frustrating to me than getting calls from potential clients having valid claims who waited too long to call me. The law is unkind to people who wait. Don’t wait. Call me first. Here are few examples of how waiting too long hurts your case:
- Important evidence is lost and it can lead to you LOSING your case
- The first 48 hours after a car wreck, slip and fall, crime, arrest, ect (in my opinion) is the most important time period to gather important information, documentation and photos that you will need to prove your injury case or defend against a crime.
- Important witnesses contact information is harder to get the longer you wait, and failure to get witness statements and their contact information can lead to you LOSING your case.
- The law limits the amount of time an injured person has to bring a claim (i.e. statute of limitations or prescription period in Louisiana). Failure to file a claim within the statute of limitations/prescription period forever time bars what would otherwise be a valid claim.
Who is Ian Brendel and what does he do?
I primarily represent people who have been seriously injured and wronged by another in Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana and Tennessee. I also represent people who have been charged with DUI’s, drug crimes and federal crimes in South Mississippi.
My philosophy is simple: A lawyer should start getting his client’s case ready for trial from the day they are hired. I believe that my client’s cases should be settled on fair terms – not an insurance company or big corporation’s terms. How is this done? Gathering evidence and getting your case ready for trial from day one. In my opinion, insurance companies and big businesses do not pay fair value on claims otherwise. I can’t do anything for you until you contact me. This is why it is important that you call me first.
I have participated in numerous jury trials taken to verdict. I was part of a trial team that obtained a jury verdict for $2,529,229.00 in 19th JDC in East Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana. The highest pretrial offer by the Defendants was $125,000. I have obtained numerous six figure settlements for clients injured in state and federal courts in Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana. Many of these settlements were reached after extensive litigation, going to Court, and fighting with insurance companies and their lawyers in anticipation of trial.
I do not believe in low-ball settlements because they don’t give my client’s full compensation for their losses. Gathering evidence shortly after you have been injured is crucial to maximizing the chances of recovery and increasing the value of your claim. I can’t help you until you call or contact me. My advice is simple:
Call Ian First!
Mobile Personal Injury Lawyer
If you or someone in your family have been injured in a serious car accident or in an 18 wheeler accident at no fault of your own you may want to speak with a personal injury lawyer. A personal injury lawyer like Ian Brendel can help you evaluate whether you have a case. When you are involved in an accident there are many things happening quickly to you or a family member and having an attorney to help guide you through the process may be in your best interest.
CALL IAN FIRST! Learn why it is important to contact a lawyer quickly when you have been a victim in an accident! Ian Brendel is a personal injury lawyer in Mobile Alabama helping victims along the Gulf coast! Let Ian go to work for you so you are represented with your best interests in mind.
Ian Brendel Attorney at Law, serves the Mississippi Gulf Coast, Southern Mississippi, Alabama, and Louisiana including Gulfport, Mississippi; Biloxi, Mississippi; Pacagoula, Mississippi, Moss Point, Mississippi; Gautier, Mississippi, Bay St. Louis, Mississippi, Picayunne, Mississippi, Wiggins, Mississippi; Kiln, Mississippi; Waveland, Mississippi; Pass Christian, Mississippi; Ocean Springs, Mississippi; Vancleave, Mississippi; Mobile, Alabama; Spanish Fort, Alabama; Daphne, Alabama; New Orleans, Louisiana, Slidell, Louisiana; Metairie, Louisiana