At some point in every person's life, they come into contact with the law, whether it is when you or someone you love has been injured in an accident, you are being harassed by a collections agency, or you are forming a new business and want to protect your rights. At Traylor & Davis, we understand the needs of businesses and individuals and will do what it takes to protect your rights.
We represent people just like you who have suffered physical and emotional injuries as a result of accidents, unsafe products, unsafe working conditions, and other negligent or wrongful actions; people just like you who have been charged with a crime and are confused and scared of what may happen; people just like you who dread the phone ringing because you have gotten 50 calls from a collections agency; people just like you who have a small business and are putting everything you own into making sure your business survives. At Traylor & Davis, we will walk you through the process and will be right by your side through these life-changing events.
We realize that many of you may have never spoken with an attorney so you are not familiar with this process. When you call our office, everyone on our staff will help you. We will go over all the options available to you, take care of any investigation that is needed to complete your case or issue, negotiate settlements that need to take place, draft any documents that you need drafted, and if necessary walk into court and advocate for your rights in front of judge and jury. Remember, the sooner you contact us, the sooner we can begin helping you.
- Consumer Law
- Insurance Claims
- Medical Malpractice
- Car Accidents
- Tractor trailer accidents
- Contingent Fees
Contingent Fees on Select Practice Areas
- Cumberland School of Law, Samford University
- J.D. | Law
- Troy University - Dothan campus
- B.S. | Political Science
- American Bar Association
- Birmingham Bar Association
- Alabama Bar Association
- Alabama Association for Justice
- - Current
- Being Injured: The Injured Person's Guide to Being a Plaintiff
- Word Association