Cross & Smith handles personal injury, truck accident and car accident cases in Mobile, Alabama. The firm is familiar with the fact that a number of personal injury and accident cases occur in Mobile each year.
Mobile, Alabama is the oldest city in Alabama and is located in South Alabama along the Mobile River and Central Gulf Coast. Mobile began as the French Colonial Capital of Louisiana in 1702 and was named after the Native American Mobilian Tribe that the French colonists met in the Mobile Bay area. Today, Mobile has a population of 195,000 residents making it the third largest city in Alabama and the largest coastal city between New Orleans, Louisiana and Saint Petersburg, Florida. Mobile is included in the Mobile-Daphne-Fairhope Combined Area with a total population of 591,599.
The city is located at the junction of the Mobile River and Mobile Bay on the northern part of the Gulf of Mexico. Mobile is Alabama’s only seaport. The Port of Mobile serves as a major center of commerce for the Mobile area as well as the State of Alabama.
Mobile offers a broad spectrum of cultural influences with its mix of French, Spanish, Creole and Catholic heritage. The city differs markedly in its cultural makeup from other cities and towns in Alabama as demonstrated by its yearly Carnival celebration. New Orleans is widely known for its Mardi Gras celebration, but Mobile is the birthplace of Mardi Gras in the United States and has the oldest celebration dating back to the 18th Century during the French Colonial period.
Aerospace, retail, services, construction, medicine and manufacturing are Mobile’s primary industries. Mobile’s economy saw significant growth and expansion over the past 20 years. Mobile’s Alabama State Docks underwent the largest expansion in its history by expanding its container processing and storage facility and increasing container storage at the docks. The Port of Mobile is one of the largest in the United States.
Mobile is home to the Battleship Memorial Park that features the World War II Battleship, The USS Alabama, and the World War II Submarine, The USS Drum.
The Thirteenth Judicial Circuit serves the citizens of Mobile, Alabama. The Mobile County Courthouse is located at 205 Government Street, Mobile, Alabama 36602. The Mobile Municipal Courthouse is located at 205 Government Street, Mobile, Alabama 36652. Mobile is governed by an elected Mayor and seven City Council members.
Mobile is also home to the John A. Campbell Federal Courthouse that is built in a neo-classical revival style, and exhibits some characteristics of the renaissance revival and the art deco styles. The Federal Courthouse is located at 109 Saint Joseph Street, Mobile, Alabama 36602.
Our lawyers handle personal injury, truck wreck and car wreck cases in the district and circuit courts of Mobile County and in federal court.
Our office is located at 907 17th Avenue, Tuscaloosa, Alabama 35401. Our attorneys have successfully handled a number of personal injury cases in Mobile, 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 for personal injury, truck accident and car accident cases is completely free of charge. No recovery. No fee.
"I worked with these lawyers for almost 6 years as a paralegal and only left as my husband took a job in another state. I have worked for other personal injury law firms since and none of them come even close to the way this group of lawyers go above and beyond for their clients. They are true professionals, extremely detail oriented and efficient in the way they handle and work up each and every case."