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Garnett Patterson Injury Lawyers, LLC

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Garnett Patterson Injury Lawyers, LLC


100 Jefferson St S STE 300
Huntsville Alabama 35801
United States


(256) 539-8686

Huntsville Injury Lawyers, also known as Garnett & Patterson, is a personal injury law firm based in Huntsville, Alabama. They are known for their tough courtroom presence and their compassion and generosity outside the courtroom. The firm specializes in personal injury cases, providing legal assistance to victims of motorcycle accidents, drunk driving accidents, workplace accidents, and other serious incidents.

The firm's lawyers are experienced in helping victims of accidents in the Northern Alabama area, including Huntsville and Decatur. They offer free case reviews to determine the best course of action for each client. They also provide informative guides to answer all legal questions after an accident, demonstrating their commitment to client education and empowerment.

In addition to their legal services, Huntsville Injury Lawyers also represent real people with real problems, offering free consultations for cases involving car accidents, wrongful deaths, workplace accidents, tractor-trailer accidents, motorcycle accidents, and slip and fall incidents.

The firm prides itself on its courtroom experience and familiarity with local judges, rules, and court customs in Northern Alabama. They are prepared to fight for their clients in court, and insurance companies know that if a case goes to trial with Garnett & Patterson, they will face a formidable opponent. Despite their success, the firm maintains a low-key approach to advertising, focusing on their work rather than showcasing large settlements.


About Huntsville

Huntsville is the most populous city in the U.S. state of Alabama. It is the county seat of Madison County with portions extending into Limestone County and Morgan County. It is located in the Appalachian region of northern Alabama. Huntsville was founded within the Mississippi Territory in 1805 and became an incorporated town in 1811. When Alabama was admitted as a state in 1819, Huntsville was designated for a year as the first capital, before the state capitol was moved to more central settlements.

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