Personal Injuries Claim Process
If you or your loved one was recently injured in any type of accident involving negligence, you probably have questions about your legal options and how the legal process will unfold. Our firm is here to help you at every stage of the personal injury claims process.
First, Contact Us As Soon As Possible To Discuss Your Case
It is important to begin gathering evidence as soon after an accident as possible to preserve and use it to build a successful case. Additionally, many claims must be filed within a certain amount of time (this is known as a statute of limitation) or it may be impossible to recover compensation.
We offer a free consultation, and can quickly determine if your case is likely to succeed in court or at settlement negotiations. You can contact us now to arrange to speak with one of our attorneys.
Then, We Will Begin Preparing Your Case
There are many steps to preparing a strong case, and our attorneys and staff can guide you every step along the way.
We will assemble your medical records to determine the scope and severity of your injuries. If necessary, we will work with experts like accident reconstructionists to better show how a negligent party’s actions led to your injuries. We also work with vocational experts and accounting experts to determine the long-term financial impacts of catastrophic injuries like brain damage or spinal cord injury.
Our attorneys are experienced trial lawyers, and therefore know that every case must be prepared assuming that it will go to trial. We never cut corners when seeking the compensation our clients need, and although we can and do settle cases whenever it is in a client’s best interests, people in South Texas turn to our firm because they know that we approach every case ready to fight for them in court whenever necessary.
Every case is unique, and therefore no two cases will take the same amount of time from start to finish. However, we promise every client that we will do everything possible to help him or her obtain compensation as quickly as possible without compromising what he or she may be able to receive.