Jones & Moses, Lawyers

Helping People, Solving Problems.

Phone

(205) 345-0090

  • Car Accidents

    If you’ve been injured in an auto accident, chances are you may have compensation coming to you. Every car accident is different. Physical injuries, medical care, damage to your car, the amount of time you need to get healthy again all are different with each accident. We handle all car wreck and accident cases on a contingency basis, meaning there is no lawyer’s fee unless we collect. Click here to learn more.

  • Collections

    From collecting on a previous judgment, to pursuing a breach of contract, to collecting past-due homeowners association dues, we do everything we can to ensure you are made whole on the amount owed to you. We can send demand letters, work out payment plans, and file garnishments with banks or employers. We can also file claims in bankruptcy cases. Click here to learn more.

  • Divorce & Family Law

    Whether you are contemplating divorce or your spouse is seeking a divorce, you need an experienced and understanding Divorce Attorney to protect your interests and look out for you. Divorce can be a difficult and stressful process to handle alone. Every family is different and each solution needs to be customized and personalized. Click here to learn more.

  • Landlord Representation

    As a landlord, tenants who fail to pay their rent or abide by the lease can be frustrating, and can result in financial loss. Although it is the knee-jerk reaction to kick a tenant out when they have failed to pay rent,  the landlord must legally terminate the tenancy by giving the tenant written notice that the tenancy has been terminated. Having an attorney provides a safeguard against any missteps in the eviction process. Click here to learn more.

  • Mediation

    Christopher H. Jones is registered as a Mediator on the Alabama State Court Mediator Roster. He has completed training in Divorce and Family Mediation and advanced training in Domestic Violence in Divorce and Family Mediation. Chris is available to mediate divorce and family law cases, along with civil matters. Click here to learn more.

  • Medical Malpractice

    When a medical professional fails in his or her professional duties and a patient sustains injury due to this failure, the patient may have recourse to sue to recover his or her medical provider for injuries, damages and losses. In order to establish medical malpractice, the case must show that the medical professional tasked with providing care was incompetent or negligent in doing so. Click here to learn more.

  • Personal Injury

    People who become injured in accidents often do not know where to turn. Suffering from mounting medical bills and lost wages along with physical pain from an accident, a victim can feel lost. We reassure and stand beside you through every step of the legal process. Being involved in a serious or catastrophic accident can be a devastating experience – physically, emotionally and financially. We fight hard to ensure that insurance companies and courts treat you fairly and justly. Click here to learn more.

  • Sexual Harassment

    A hostile work environment often makes performing daily job activities intolerable. There are a number of State and Federal laws that prevent work related sexual harassment, racial harassment and harassment related to age or disability. Nonetheless, thousands of people in Alabama face harassment at work every day. Not only is harassment at work illegal, it is demeaning and can have a significant impact on an employee’s physical and emotional health, effectiveness at work, as well as impact family life outside of work. Click here to learn more.

  • Small Business Representation

    We represent individuals, privately-held companies and family owned businesses in determining the most appropriate structure for their business entity. This structure has major tax and business implications regarding liability and various responsibilities to each party involved. Click here to learn more.

  • Social Security Disability

    Social Security is a government program to provide financial support for the elderly or disabled. Over the course of your life, you pay a certain percentage of your income to the government in the form of social security taxes. After you retire or become disabled, the government sends you monthly payments based on how much you paid in social security taxes. Click here to learn more.

  • Will & Estate Planning

    The most important estate planning tool is a will. A will names the beneficiaries of your estate, names a personal representative to administer your will and makes provisions for minor or incapacitated children. It is particularly important in the case of disabled child that your will have provisions for personal protection of that child. Click here to learn more.

  • Wrongful Death

    “Wrongful death” is a legal term that describes a situation where a person dies due to the negligence of another. We are dedicated to protecting and defending the rights of the deceased’s loved ones. Click here to learn more.