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ELIZABETH | HUNTER is a full service personal injury and criminal defense law firm representing clients in all types of legal matters. We exclusively handle these types of personal injury matters; auto accidents, medical malpractice lawyer, wrongful death, premise liability, products liability, pedestrian accidents, and workers compensation cases.  We exclusively handle these types of criminal defense cases; DUI, Domestic Violence, Theft, Drug related offenses, Felonies, Municipal Violations, and Traffic Violations.


 Attorney Jaimee Elizabeth Hunter is the person to Call. Here, at Elizabeth Hunter, we are here for you.
Call 205.777.9079 or contact us online to schedule a free consultation.




Elizabeth Hunter represents clients dealing with criminal and personal injury matters. As soon as your hire Elizabeth Hunter, LLC., to represent you, you will find yourself in good hands. Furthermore, you are sure to receive effective, aggressive, and knowledgeable representation.  




With years of combined personal injury and criminal defense experience, Attorney Jaimee Elizabeth Hunter is determined to provide competent legal representation for each and every client. Here, we understand that when people seek adequate representation, they seek legal guidance and trusted assurance. The number one priority at Elizabeth Hunter is to go beyond normal standards. By doing this, Attorney Jaimee Elizabeth Hunter prides herself on excellent communication and trusted representation. Elizabeth Hunter understands that people who seek legal representation are entrusting their life, liberty, and property in the hands of strangers, thus it is important to go beyond the common truism of "trusted representation." From dealing with insurance companies to working with state or local prosecutors, Elizabeth Hunter acknowledges and understands that every case requires its own unique approach; giving nothing less than aggressive, knowledgeable, and competent representation.



The attorneys at Elizabeth Hunter focus on client satisfaction and excellent communication. There is an unspoken language at Elizabeth Hunter and that is to do better than our competitors, but most importantly, do better for our clients. Often times, doing better  is just being knowledgeable, available, and attentive to a client in need. we strive to build relationships with our injured clients to not only assure trust but to gain value in the eyes of our clients.


At Elizabeth Hunter, the goal is to listen first, then act.

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We are more than just a law firm in Alabama.  Attorney Jaimee Elizabeth Hunter takes massive pride in listening to our clients and understanding their needs. At Elizabeth Hunter, we take your case seriously, and we won’t stop fighting for the compensation that you deserve. Call us for a free consultation. Let us help you.








Having the right attorney on your side can be the deciding factor  between winning and losing a case or lawsuit. Having an attorney to guide you through your legal process eliminates the stress on your end. Attorneys will fight for you every step of the way, allowing you put your hands to rest. An experienced and well-diverse lawyer will keep you informed on the developments of your case and they will make sure that you are satisfied in the end.


When deciding on who you want to represent you, it is critical that your attorney has these characteristics:

Listens to Your Needs and Wants

Looks Beyond the Money

Proven Track Record of Success

Empathy and Aggressive Approaches

No Upfront Fees For a Consultation

Cheapest Rates for Criminal Matters

Persistent Communication 

Words Backed With Actions




Why Do You Need an Experienced Alabama Attorney on Your Side?


Compassionate: Here at Elizabeth Hunter, we listen to  our clients first. By doing that, we begin to understand what the clients are going through. 


Empathetic: While empathy is never really discussed in the legal field, it is one of the most important components in understanding a client. Most attorneys have the ability to sympathize and understand different perspectives, but it takes a special kind of an attorney to truly  empathize with their client. 


Aggressive: Here at Elizabeth Hunter, we will give your case the time and attention it deserves. Furthermore, certain cases require certain levels of assertiveness. Attorney Hunter focuses on leveling out the playing field, so that aggressive representation is present , but also admired by the adversary. 

Adaptable: Attorney Hunter is known to have the ability to adapt in different environments. When your attorney has the ability to adapt in such a way, your attorney has the ability to break through the unspoken barriers of certain bias and stigmas in the legal field. As an attorney, it is not all about what you know, but who you know and how well you know them. 

Knowledgeable: Attorney Elizabeth Hunter is knowledgeable in different areas of the law. Not only is attorney Hunter equip with understanding the law, she is aware of its constant changes. Here at Elizabeth Hunter, we are not only well-versed in the law, we understand the practical aspects of what it takes to win in each case. 

Call Elizabeth Hunter on her personal cell at (205)777.9079 or toll free at 1(833)8Hunter.  You can also reach Attorney Hunter at jhunter@elizabethunter.com

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If you've experienced a personal injury  and/or criminal related matter, you do not have to worry about paying for any upfront consultations, they are free!  An attorney at Elizabeth Hunter  will talk with you in detail about your case at no cost.

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Medical Malpractice: Alabama Medical Liability (AMLA) governs claims of medical malpractice in the state of Alabama. The most commons types of medical malpractice lawsuits are misdiagnosis, surgical errors, birth injuries, prescription drug errors, and failure to treat. 

Workers Compensations: Workers' compensation is a form of insurance, which provides  wage replacement and medical benefits to employees injured in the course of their employment. Often, this is in exchange for mandatory relinquishment of the employee's right to sue his or her employer for the tort of negligence.


Motorcycle Accidents: Motorcycle accidents usually cause  life threatening injuries. The leading cause of motorcycle accidents is the failure of the motorist to see the motorcyclist

Bus/Trucking Accident: Bus and Trucking accidents fall under the umbrella of auto accidents, however they are commercial in nature. The massive size of these vehicles forces drivers to remain much more attentive. Furthermore, bus accidents can be caused by the actions of the driver, a third party or external factors, such as a third party driving a smaller vehicle, forcing the truck driver to lose control. However, some bus accidents are caused simply by a bus driver's negligence.

Wrongful Death: Wrongful death is a claim against a person who can be held liable for a death and the claim is usually brought by a close relative. In the state of Alabama, a personal representative of the deceased party must bring the claim on behalf of the deceased party. 


Slip and Fall:  This accident usually arises when a person slips, falls, or trips on someone else's property. They are often categorized as as "premises liability" claims.

Dog Bite: An owner of a Dog bite  can be liable for any physical injuries caused by their dog, especially if the owner knew of the dogs propensity to be viscous. These injuries can include scars, lacerations, and or permanent disfigurement.

Auto Accident: An auto accident occurs when a vehicle collides with another vehicle, pedestrian, animal, road debris, or other stationary obstruction, such as a tree, pole or building. Often times, it is the result of negligence. In the state of Alabama, a person cannot recover if they are even one percent responsible for causing their own injuries. This rule only applies to individuals who are over the age of 14. 

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Alabama Car Accident Facts You Need To Know! 

In Alabama, a traffic crash is reported every 3 minutes and 18 seconds.

In Alabama, a person is injured in a traffic crash each 11 minutes and 19 seconds.

In Alabama, a person is killed in a traffic crash every 9 hours and 26 minutes.

Most Alabama crashes (77 percent) occur in urban areas, but most fatalities (59 percent) occur in rural areas.

Recently, of all fatal crashes, 8 percent were caused by drivers 19 years or under, and 18 percent were caused by drivers 25 years or under. For each fatality, there were about 50 injuries.

A texting driver is 23 times more likely to get into a crash than a non-texting driver.

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Alabama Criminal Facts You Might Want To Know!


Indigent defendants statewide were also more than twice as likely to have been sentenced to jail for nonviolent misdemeanors than non-indigent defendants.

Between 2013 and 2017, 60 percent of case dismissals were domestic abuse cases.

Homicide in Alabama is the least common crime in Alabama.

In 2020, Alabama's prison homicide rate of 69 per 100,000 incarcerated persons was almost nine times that of the recent national average.

In Alabama, prison violence has not just occurred by inmates, but also from correctional officers.

Domestic Violence;   If the victim and the person accused of committing the crime are in (or were in) what Alabama calls a domestic relationship, then the crime is called a "Domestic Violence Crime." These charges can range from felonies to misdemeanors There are three degrees of domestic violence crimes in Alabama:  first, second and third degree.


Sex Crimes: In Alabama, a number of different offenses fall into the sex crimes category, but they generally involve illegal or coerced sexual conduct against another individual. People convicted of sex crimes, regardless of severity, are considered “sex offenders” by their respective state and face having their names added to state and federal sex offender registries.

Drug Crimes: Drug related offenses ranges from Felony to Misdemeanor charges. Certain illicit drugs, such as cocaine and methamphetamine, are restricted at both the federal and state level. This includes the manufacturing, cultivation, trafficking, distribution and possession of these substances. 

Assault/Battery: Assault or Battery is committed when one person physically strikes or attempts to physically strike another, or when they act in a threatening manner to put another in fear of immediate harm. It is important to note that intent is a necessary element of these crimes.

Property Offenses: Property crimes include many common crimes relating to theft or destruction of someone else's property. They can range from lower level offenses such as shoplifting or vandalism to high-level felonies including armed robbery and arson.

Traffic Violations: In Alabama, there are various types of traffic related offense. These offenses are usually Failure to yield right-of-way, Following too closely, Running a stop sign, Failure to wear a seat belt, Improper passing, etc. Alabama considers traffic tickets to be criminal offenses. 

DUI/DWI: A person convicted of  a felony DUI in Alabama will be sentenced to no less than one year and a day.  A person convicted of  a misdemeanor DUI in Alabama will be sentenced to no more than one year. In Alabama, a 0.08 percent or more by weight of alcohol in his or her blood is considering under the Influence. 

Probation/Parole Violations: If the court finds that you violated the terms of your probation, the court may revoke, modify, or continue your probation. Probation shall not be revoked for violation of a condition or regulation if the probationer had not received a written copy of the condition or regulation.

Homicides: When someone takes the life of another, regardless of intent or other details surrounding the incident, it is called a homicide. Homicide is not always a crime, such as in cases of self-defense or the state-sanctioned execution of certain convicted criminals. 

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"Most Amazing Person

I just want to thank Attorney Hunter for all that she has done to help me! From consultation to helping me through the entire legal process she was amazing at keeping me informed every step of the way. There was not a question the went unanswered, and I asked more than a lot lol. Simply put, she was great! very good at her job. Thanks again!"