Personal Injury Lawyers – Accident Attorneys
When a person suffers an injury due to the negligence of someone else, then he or she still has the right to seek compensation from the responsible party with a personal injury lawsuit. In order to be actionable, the personal injury must have been the result of someone failing to provide a legal duty of care to another party. It must have caused measurable financial losses, such as medical expenses or lost income. Like wrongful deaths, Texas personal injury lawsuits can stem from several different types of accidents, including construction accidents, medical malpractice, car wrecks, child abuse, nursing home abuse, 18-wheeler collisions, motorcycle wrecks, injuries from product defects, and many more.
Like any area in Texas, we see plenty of traffic from 18-wheelers, and that means there will also be occasional accidents with semi-trucks. When injuries and deaths result from these accidents, the lawsuits to settle them are extremely technical and difficult for non-attorneys to handle. Since trucking accidents usually result in a tremendous amount of financial and physical harm, the insurance policies for commercial trucks have to be enormous. However, this doesn’t mean the victim will be adequately compensated. In fact, the opposite is often true, as the insurance company will expend greater effort to protect a larger policy. This means that victims oftentimes need the help of a learned and experienced attorney to deal with an 18-wheeler accident. Thus, if you have been injured or someone you love has died in a Texas big rig wreck, then you should call our Law Firm. We’ve dealt with many different truck accident cases, both those involving injuries and fatalities, so we know how to get you the compensation you deserve. Not only do we know how to litigate these cases, but we have the all-important finely-honed investigative skills necessary to uncover the liable party in a complex Texas/ Texas semi-truck accident case.
Why You Should Contact our Law Firm Immediately
While the statute of limitations after a negligent injury or wrongful death in Texas is two years, you need to act immediately to give yourself the best chance of securing the compensation you deserve if you’ve been injured or a family member has been killed by someone else’s negligence. Success with a personal injury or wrongful death claim requires evidence, and that evidence can only be found through a quick and thorough investigation. In most accident situations, the evidence begins to fade away or become altered quickly. Thus, you should contact our Law Firm today, so that you give yourself the best opportunity of delivering justice and recovering the compensation to which you are entitled. We’ve taken on every major insurance company in the state and compiled a long track record of success.
For a free consultation, call our Law Firm any time at 1(800) 862-1260 for a free consultation. We’re happy to listen to your story, answer your questions, and advise of your legal options, so call us now.