TUSCALOOSA PERSONAL INJURY ATTORNEYS
Cross & Smith is located in Tuscaloosa, Alabama and handles personal injury, truck accident and car accident cases in Tuscaloosa. Firm attorney Dell Cross has practiced law in Tuscaloosa for well over 20 years.
The City of Tuscaloosa is located in West Central Alabama along the banks of the Black Warrior River and is home to over 90,000 residents. Tuscaloosa is the principal city of the Tuscaloosa Metropolitan Area which also includes Tuscaloosa, Greene and Hale Counties. Tuscaloosa was incorporated on December 13, 1819 one day before Alabama was admitted to the Union as a state. From 1826 until 1846, Tuscaloosa served as the capital of the State of Alabama.
The University of Alabama is located in Tuscaloosa and was established in 1831. Often referred to as “The Capstone,” the University of Alabama has the state’s largest enrollment of students (30,210 in 2010). It offers programs of study in 12 academic divisions with opportunities for bachelor, master, and doctoral degrees. The college also includes the University of Alabama School of Law which is the only publicly funded law school in the State of Alabama.
In addition to the university, Tuscaloosa has a diversified economy based on all sectors of manufacturing and services. The city’s industrial and manufacturing sectors include B.F. Goodrich Tire Manufacturing, GAF Materials Corporation, Hunt Refining Company, JVC America, Nucor Steel and Phifer Wire. It is also home to the Mercedes-Benz U.S. International assembly plant and The Westervelt Company, a land resources and wildlife management company. Heathcare services include DCH Regional Medical Center, Bryce Hospital, Partlow Deveopment Center and the Tuscaloosa VA Medical Center. Tuscaloosa has been named as one of the best places to live by Money Magazine and was named as one of the 50 best places to launch a small business by Forbes Magazine in 2009.
The Sixth Judicial Circuit serves the citizens of Tuscaloosa County including the following cities: Brookwood, Coaling, Coker, Lake View, Northport, Tuscaloosa, and Vance. There are three main courthouses that service Tuscaloosa County. The Tuscaloosa County Courthouse is located at 714 Greensboro Avenue, Tuscaloosa, Alabama 35401 and houses the County Commission, Probate Office, Circuit Clerk- Civil, Circuit Clerk- Criminal, District Attorney, Public Defender, District Court- Criminal, and District Court-Civil. The Federal Courthouse is located at 1118 Greensboro Avenue, Tuscaloosa, Alabama 35401 and is part of the United States District Court for the Northern District of Alabama. The Municipal Court is located at 2122 Sixth Street, Tuscaloosa, Alabama 35401 and handles city ordinance violations, traffic citations, drug and alcohol offenses, along with a number of other city related matters.
Our lawyers handle personal injury, truck wreck and car wreck cases in the district and circuit courts of Tuscaloosa County and in federal court.
Our office is conveniently located at 907 17th Avenue, Tuscaloosa, Alabama 35401. Our ideal location allows us to serve members of the Tuscaloosa Metropolitan Area and other towns and cities in Central and West Alabama.
We have successfully handled a broad range of personal injury, truck accident and car accident cases in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. If you or any family members have been injured, e-mail us or call our attorneys toll free at 1-877-791-0618. The firm operates on a contingency fee basis. The initial consultation is completely free of charge. No recovery. No fee.
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