Winston Cooks, LLC

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personal injury

Knowledgeable Personal Injury Lawyers

If you are injured in a car accident or other incident that was caused by someone else's negligence, you may expect the other party's insurance provider to do the right thing and cover your medical costs, lost wages, property loss and other expenses. Unfortunately, this does not always happen. Insurance companies' top priority is to protect their own profits. One way they do that is by denying or undervaluing legitimate claims.

The personal injury lawyers at Winston Cooks in Birmingham help injured individuals stand up to insurance providers. Attorney Lee Winston has practiced law for 22 years, and attorney Roderick T. Cooks has practiced for 15 years. They know the tactics that insurance providers use to limit how much they pay out, and they understand how to combat it.

We Take the Tough Cases

Have you been told by another law firm that you do not have a valid personal injury case? We have taken cases that other firms have turned down and won. It doesn't cost you a thing to let us review your case. Contact us to schedule a meeting.

Insurance companies have experienced lawyers who argue their side of these detail-rich cases. It is important that you put similarly experienced attorneys in your corner. We maximize the amount that our clients recover—often without the need to litigate—by collecting all of the medical information, accident details and other supporting documents that are necessary to support your claim.

We work with injured parties throughout Alabama on the full spectrum of personal injury cases. This includes the following:

• Car Accidents
• Truck Accidents
• Construction Accidents
• Other Workplace Accidents
• Slip-&-Fall Accidents
• Other Premises Liability Cases
• Dog Bites
• Defective Or Dangerous Products

No-Risk Representation

Like our employment law work, our personal injury cases are taken on a contingency basis, which means you will only pay attorney fees if we obtain a recovery for you, either through negotiations or a court judgment.