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Founded more than a decade ago, our Dothan law firm grew from an association between partners Terry M. Carey and Stephen R. Hamner as they worked in a Dothan personal injury law firm at the outset of their legal careers. Combining backgrounds in finance and insurance claims, Mr. Carey and Mr. Hamner found they had a common interest in helping injured clients navigate complicated insurance processes and legal procedures so they could gain fair compensation for their injuries.
Our law firm in Dothan owes its good reputation to that early association and the development of our office credo - lawyers that care. Today, each client benefits from the concern, compassion and committed legal service delivered by our law firm in Dothan. Although we have handled hundreds of personal injury matters, we treat you as our only client, offering personalized service, skilled advice and dedication to achieving maximum compensation.
Carey & Hamner, P.C. offers talented large-firm legal experience within a small law office. The unique background of our attorneys gives our law firm the ability to serve clients facing difficult odds against defendants with well-financed insurance defense.
With knowledge of corporate financial and insurance culture, our principal attorneys, Mr. Carey and Mr. Hamner, give clients an edge in legal representation at the negotiating table or in the courtroom. With lengthy, successful experience handling insurance, workers compensation and other accident claims, our Dothan law firm levels the playing field against aggressive insurance company defense tactics.
Founded on a common vision to present and protect the interests of injured clients, Carey & Hamner, P.C. is a highly qualified personal injury firm with a very simple premise - we are lawyers that care.
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