Troy, Alabama Personal Injury Attorneys
Established in 1838, Troy is a vibrant city that offers world-class amenities while preserving its important ties to the past. The City of Troy is a unique blend of small-town values with big-city opportunities. Troy is home to approximately 18,000 residents and is continuously growing as they are in the works of adding a Publix Supermarket and the largest highway infrastructure project to date. A notable person in the history of Troy is Charles Henderson, whom the high school is name after. Charles Henderson had many contributions to Troy, but his greatest occurred while he was mayor. He proposed that Troy acquire electric lights but that it form its own electric company to produce the new phenomenon. In his first term, he established an electric company in Troy's government May 7, 1891, and his wife, Laura Montgomery Henderson, cut the lights on that evening for the first time.
As the county seat of Pike County, Troy offers her residents and visitors beautiful parks, quaint streets, Victorian homes and historic sites. Selected as the 2010 Corporate Investment and Community Impact Award Winner by Trade and Industry Development Magazine, Troy is on the cutting edge of economic development. Troy is home to Troy University who in 2010, Forbes Magazine ranked Troy University 16th nationally as a “best buy” in higher education, and for the sixth year in a row, The Princeton Review named Troy to its “Best in the Southeast” list that includes 133 colleges and university in the Southeast.
The consumer protection and personal injury attorneys at Jinks, Crow and Dickson work with the residents of Troy and surrounding areas often. We pride ourselves on being a small town firm with the network and resources to help you get legal relief from large corporations and companies. The attorneys and staff at Jinks, Crow, & Dickson, P.C. specialize in personal injury and have years of experience with these types of cases. If you have been involved in an accident, whether it be single, multi, commercial or an ATV vehicle, we can help you find legal relief. We also work with issues involving new home and mobile home construction defects, insurance bad faith, and medical device and pharmaceutical injuries.
At Jinks, Crow and Dickson, P.C. we work on a contingency fee basis in most situations where we don’t get compensated unless you do. In other situations where working on a contingency fee basis isn’t available we work with you to accommodate you the best way we can. With offices in Union Springs and Montgomery, we are just a short drive away from Troy. Our attorneys travel often though and are willing to come to you to discuss a potential case. If you would like to consult with us on a case please contact us at (334)-738-4225.