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Demopolis Car Accident Attorneys

Car accidents can happen in the blink of an eye, but their impact extends far beyond that fleeting moment. As victims of car accidents, you have lives that are disrupted, and dealing with insurance companies can add to your frustrations. Securing compensation for property damage is just the beginning. When serious injuries come into play, the struggle with insurance providers who delay or deny coverage can leave you feeling helpless. This is where the car accident attorneys at Gibbs & Sellers step in.


At Gibbs & Sellers, we stand up for your rights throughout your insurance claim process. We empower our clients and give them a voice against large corporations. Insurance adjusters often prioritize company profits over providing fair compensation. We challenge the insurance companies with the goal of securing full and fair compensation for individuals who have suffered injuries in a car accident.

Our car accident lawyers always put our clients first. We listen to your story, we evaluate every detail, and we explain the legal options in each individual case. We will guide you through the process with one goal in mind — getting you the best possible results.

Car Accidents

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How is car accident injury compensation calculated?

Calculating car accident injury compensation requires a thorough understanding of the law, as well as the ability to negotiate with insurance companies and, if necessary, litigate on your behalf.  At Gibbs & Sellers, our experienced car accident attorneys understand the complexities of such cases and can guide you through the process to ensure you receive fair compensation for your injuries, including medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, property damage, permanent disability or disfigurement, loss of consortium, and comparative fault.

What is considered an injury in a car accident?

In a car accident, injuries can vary widely in nature and severity. At Gibbs & Sellers, our accident lawyers understand the importance of identifying and addressing all types of injuries that may result from a car accident in order to ensure our clients receive the compensation they deserve. 

Common types of injuries sustained in car accidents include whiplash; soft tissue injuries such as sprains, strains, and bruises to muscles, tendons, and ligaments; broken bones; head injuries such as concussions or traumatic brain injuries (TBIs); back injuries; internal injuries such as organ damage or internal bleeding; and psychological injuries such as PTSD, anxiety, and depression.  

Frequently Asked Questions on Car Accidents

Notable Car Accident Verdicts & Settlements

$1.5 million

Gibbs & Sellers obtained $1.5 million for a client who was involved in an automobile accident resulting in a non-surgery low back injury.

$1.375 million

Gibbs & Sellers obtained $1.3 million for a client who was involved in a rear-end automobile accident that resulted in low back surgery for the passenger.

$1.3 million

Gibbs & Sellers obtained $1.3 million for a client who was involved in a rear-end automobile accident resulting in neck surgery for the driver.

Meet Our Car Accident Lawyers

The car accident lawyers at Gibbs & Sellers offer no-pressure initial consultations to allow you to have access to a lawyer who cares about your recovery. The consultation is free, and you will not pay us a fee unless we obtain compensation for you. 

John M. Gibbs


Sebie G. Sellers


Monica H. Grecu


Jamee I. York


Contact Us Today for a
Free Case Evaluation & Consultation

To learn more about how we can help and your legal options, call us at 334-289-2255, or send us an email now. We represent wrongful death clients in Marengo, Perry, Hale, Wilcox, Dallas, Sumter, Greene, and Clarke counties.

While this website provides general information, it does not constitute legal advice. The best way to get guidance on your specific legal issue is to contact a lawyer. To schedule a meeting with a wrongful death lawyer, please call or complete the intake form.

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