Cross & Smith handles personal injury, truck accident and car accident cases in Selma, Alabama and Dallas County. The firm recently filed two large workplace injury cases in Selma involving hundreds of plaintiffs. The firm is familiar with the types of personal injury cases that occur each year in Selma and Dallas County.
Selma, Alabama is located in Central Alabama along the banks of the Alabama River in the heart of the Black Belt. Selma has a population of just over 20,000 residents and has both an agricultural and industrial economy. Selma garnered national attention during the Civil Rights Movement through the Selma Voting Rights Movement. The local citizens attempt to gain the right to vote led to three Civil Rights Marches being held in the city. The most famous of the marches was the March 7, 1965 Selma to Montgomery March that resulted in over six hundred Civil Rights activists being attacked by state officials on the Edmund Pettis Bridge giving March 7, 1965 the name Bloody Sunday. Today, Selma honors those Civil Rights Activists with an honorary march across the Edmund Pettis Bridge every year on March 7 at the Bridge Crossing Jubilee.
Selma was incorporated in 1820. It became the seat of Dallas County in 1866. Selma served an instrumental role in the Civil War. It was one of the Confederacy’s primary military manufacturing centers. Tons of supplies and munitions and warships were produced in Selma during the war. The famous ironclad warship Tennessee was manufactured in Selma. Selma Iron Works and Foundry was widely recognized as one of the most important sources of weaponry for the Confederate Army. Because of Selma’s significant contributions to the war effort, it became a major target of Union raids and attacks leading to the Battle of Selma.
Dallas County was formed on February 9, 1818. It is named after United States Treasury Secretary Alexander Dallas of Pennsylvania. The population of Dallas County is approximately 47,000 people. In addition to Selma, Dallas County is home to several other cities and towns including Valley Grande, Orville, and Selmont-West Selmont.
The Federal Building and United States Courthouse in Selma, Alabama was built in a Beaux Arts style in 1909. The Federal Building and Courthouse was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1976 for its architecture. The Federal Building and Courthouse is located at 908 Alabama Avenue, Selma, Alabama 36701. Selma is also served by the Fourth Judicial Circuit and is the county seat for Dallas County. The Dallas County Courthouse is located at 105 Lauderdale Street, Selma, Alabama 36701. The Selma Municipal Court is located at 1300 Alabama Avenue, Selma, Alabama 36701.
Our lawyers handle personal injury, truck wreck and car wreck cases in the district and circuit courts of Dallas County and in federal court.
Our office is located at 907 17th Avenue, Tuscaloosa, Alabama 35401. We have successfully handled a broad range of personal injury cases in Selma, 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.
"After my husband was injured in a burn accident at work, we felt the accident could have been avoided. I was not sure where to start, but after careful research, we met with Justin Smith and shared our experience. From day one, we felt we were in good hands. Justin and Dell explained everything and kept us informed from start to finish. It was a complicated case that took an outside the box approach. Both Justin and Dell made us feel like part of the team."