Frank S. Buck is Birmingham's personal injury attorney. He has practiced law in the Birmingham area for 38 years and has been in his present historical location for the past 16 years.
He has dedicated himself to helping people in times of need, concentrating in plaintiff personal injury law as a way to do that. Whether the injury happened in the workplace, as a result of defective products or medical malpractice, a wrong prescription, or other negligence, people need help to get redress.
Regardless of where your or your loved one's injury occurred, Frank Buck or one of his skilled attorneys will help you receive the compensation you deserve. Let us provide you with fair and honest legal representation. Visit our other pages to learn more about our legal services.
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Registered Nurse injured in motor vehicle crash when the other driver, working for an electric company in Madison County, Alabama, pulled into the travel path of the client.
- Verdict: OVER $400,000.00 for Plaintiff
- Circuit: Madison
Registered Nurse injured in motor vehicle crash when the other driver, working for an electric company in Madison County, Alabama pulled into the travel path of the client. Settlement was obtained for the client in excess of $400,000.00
Settlement obtained for client in Slip and Fall Incident at a grocery store.
- Verdict: OVER $200,000.00 for Plaintiff
- Circuit: Jefferson
- Judge: J. Scott Vowell
Client was shopping at a Birmingham, Alabama, grocery store when she slipped in vomit and sustained a serious back injury requiring surgery. The case was settled at mediation for over $200,000.00.
Clients were traveling on I-59 in St. Clair County, Alabama, when they were hit by a drunk driver who had been a customer at a Hooter’s Restaurant in Jefferson County, Alabama.
- Verdict: Monetary settlement for Plaintiff
- Circuit: St. Clair County
- Judge: James E. Hill
Clients were traveling on I-59 in St. Clair County, Alabama, when they were hit by a drunk driver who had been a customer at Hooter’s Restaurant in Jefferson County, Alabama. The restaurant was sued for serving alcohol to a visibly intoxicated customer and the customer was sued individually for negligent and reckless conduct in causing personal injury to the occupants of the automobile containing our clients. The case settled in mediation for one of the clients and at trial in St. Clair County, Alabama, for the other client.