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Traffic accidents are the most common cause of personal injury claims in Texas. No matter the cause, our lawyers can thoroughly investigate your collision and recover the compensation that you deserve.
Personal Injury Cases:
- Motor Vehicle Accidents
- Defective Products
- Intentional Act
- Medical Malpractice
- Nursing Home Malpractice
- Slip and Fall
- Workplace Injury
- Wrongful Death
If you have been injured by a third party or while you were on the job, then that person or company could be held responsible for any damages. Our firm has the skill and aggressive litigation methods to take on any case and pursue a fair compensation on your behalf.
I’ve Been Injured And Believe That I Have A Case Against The At-Fault Party Who Caused The Accident. What Are The First Steps I Need To Take To Give My Case The Best Possible Outcome?
The first thing you need to do, if you’re able, is to get the person’s information. You want to get their name, address, phone number, and insurance information. The second thing you want to do is take an ambulance to seek attention immediately, no matter how you feel. Or, if there’s an EMT on the scene, request the EMT at the scene to check you out and make sure that you’re okay. The third thing you want to do is contact a lawyer who will be able to properly advise you on the next steps that you should take. Your lawyer should have you get into treatment within a week should you need it. It’s important to get a treatment fast because insurance companies red-flag people who don’t get in any treatment within three days, and put alerts on people who don’t get in treatment within 30 days…Read More
When It Comes To Insurance Companies, What Do I Do If The Other Party’s Insurance Company Contacts Me? Should I Ever Provide A Statement?
If the other party’s insurance company contacts you, you should never provide a statement. I always advise my clients to not do anything, especially without the presence of their lawyer. You can just tell the insurance company that you are refrained from giving any statement, and to contact your lawyer…Read More
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