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Henry Dailey is an Alabama native and the founder of the Henry Dailey Law Firm. He has practiced for thirty-five years in Alabama, a commitment to the Alabama residents that many lawyers may not have. Using this time and experience in the state, he has helped thousands of Alabama residents get compensation for their personal injuries caused by negligence. Attorney Henry Dailey received his undergraduate degree from the University of Alabama. He then studied law at Samford University’s Cumberland School of Law. Once he received his law degree, he began practicing law, starting in 1987 and continuing to practice personal injury law to the present, and only personal injury law. This laser-focus has helped him win compensation for many clients. Henry Dailey has used this experience and skill to advance his law firm and help many people recover compensation. That has added to his stellar reputation in the legal community of Alabama and beyond. He has a five-star rating on Google, showing a high level of satisfaction with the personal injury victims he has worked with. He has also received the AV Preeminent Peer Review Rating from both Lawyers.com and Martindale-Hubbell, the highest-possible rating a lawyer can receive. This is only a small sample of the recognition attorney Henry Dailey has received for his hard work for the people of Alabama. From Huntsville to Mobile, he has been committed to helping Alabama residents succeed in personal injury lawsuits. These lawsuits may include motor vehicle accidents, like cars, motorcycles, and trucks; slip-and-fall accidents; product liability; and more. If you’ve been hurt in a serious accident, and you believe someone else was responsible for your injuries, reach out to Henry Dailey at the Henry Dailey Law Firm. He offers free consultations to injury victims who aren’t sure where to begin with their lawsuits. Reach out for the guidance you need following a serious accident. View More ›
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