We handle a wide range of personal injury cases, including car accidents, slip and fall accidents, medical malpractice, wrongful death claims, and more.
We charge a contingency fee, which means that we only get paid if we are successful in recovering compensation for our clients.
The amount of time it takes to resolve a personal injury case can vary widely depending on the complexity of the case and the nature of the dispute. Generally, it can take anywhere from a few months to several years for a case to be fully resolved.
The statute of limitations for filing a personal injury claim varies from state to state. Texas Civil Practice & Remedies Code section 16.003 is the statute of limitations on personal injury civil claims in Texas. It states that, with few exceptions, the statute of limitations for a personal injury matter is two years from the date of the injury. There are exceptions to this rule, so it is important to consult with an attorney as soon as possible to make sure that you don’t miss any important deadlines.
If you are injured in an accident, you should seek medical attention as soon as possible. You should also contact a personal injury attorney to discuss your legal options and to determine if you have a valid claim.
It is generally recommended that you hire a personal injury lawyer if you have been injured in an accident. An experienced lawyer can help you navigate the legal process and ensure that you receive fair compensation for your injuries.
When determining how much compensation to seek in a personal injury case, our attorneys will consider a variety of factors, including the severity of the injury, the amount of medical bills incurred, and any lost wages due to missed work. Our attorneys will also review the defendant’s action, or lack thereof, to determine the proper valuation of your personal injury case.
The type of evidence that will be needed for a personal injury case will depend on the particular facts and circumstances of the case. Generally, this may include medical records, witness statements, police reports, photographs, and other documents that can help prove your claim.
No, having a driver’s license does not affect your ability to pursue a personal injury claim. However, it is important to note that if you were at fault in the accident, the other party may use your lack of a driver’s license as evidence to prove their case.
Yes, we can help you regardless of where you live. Our attorneys are experienced in handling personal injury cases across the United States.
No, you are not obligated to respond to the insurance company or provide any information until you have consulted with an experienced attorney. It is important that you speak with an attorney before providing any information or signing any documents from the insurance company.
It may take up to 10 business days for you to retrieve your crash report.
You can find your crash report by visiting the TxDOT Crash Report Online Purchase System: https://cris.dot.state.tx.us/public/Purchase/app/home