Have You Been Hurt in a Car Wreck in Texas? Our Auto Accident Attorneys Can Help
The accident lawyers with our Law Office are here to assist you if you have suffered an injury due to an automobile accident. If this is the case, then you are more than likely to have accumulated some significant medical bills, and you have also incurred pain and suffering and lost wages.
As such, you may be eligible to file a personal injury lawsuit in order to obtain restitution for the injury and accompanying the suffering you have experienced. But you will probably need the help of an accident attorney in order to have any chance at all of getting the fair compensation that you have coming to you. Auto accidents can be much more difficult to litigate than they may first appear, especially when there is an injury involved.
The attorneys with our Law Office have handled personal injury litigation involving car accidents for two decades, and are thus very familiar with all of the intricacies and complexities involved. This article is designed to provide you with some basic information so that you can better comprehend the process involved in pursuing litigation in an effort to obtain restitution. We will also let you know the hurdles you will have to overcome in order to win your case. We want you to have this information so that you can make the best decisions possible regarding your case. This information, however, is in no way meant to take the place of an actual consultation with a lawyer who knows the specific circumstances surrounding your case. The attorneys with our Law Office are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
When You Can File a Personal Injury Claim After a Car Accident
Every personal injury claim has three critical components:
A victim has suffered physical, mental, or emotional injury.
That injury was caused by another person who violated a legal duty to the victim. Typically, in a car accident case, that means the negligent party either caused the accident outright or contributed to it due to any action or inaction that created an unsafe environment for other drivers, passengers, and pedestrians on the road.
The victim incurred monetary losses, known as “damages” in legal terms, because of the accident. A personal injury suit serves the purpose of providing restitution to the victim, or the plaintiff, for the damages that he or she has experienced.
The circumstances surrounding your accident must have all of these three components in order for you to have a legitimate personal injury claim. If you have any questions about whether or not you have grounds for a personal injury lawsuit, please call our Law Office as soon as possible for a confidential and free consultation. We will be able to quickly tell you whether or not you have a case, and where you stand from a legal perspective. If you do, and you get the restitution you deserve, that can help you not only recover from the accident financially, that can help you more rapidly recover both mentally and physically as well.