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Legal FAQs – Personal Injury, Insurance & Business 2017-10-09T18:14:53+00:00
What are the reasons to choose us for your injury or damage case? 2017-10-09T18:30:37+00:00

We’re often asked: “how do we choose the law firm best for us?”

Our answer is always the same, “Know your attorney’s life story, meet your attorney in person, and discover along the way all the reasons why he or she has your best interest at heart”.

It’s deceptively simple advice – but often not that easy to follow.

Many law firms hide their story in a lot of difficult to understand legalese.

They seem more intent on impressing their colleagues and peers, than getting to know the needs of those they’re supposed to be helping.

Well, not us.

Go here to see our story and the major reasons our unique differences are so beneficial to you.

What is the value of my case… how much can I expect to recover? 2017-10-09T18:35:02+00:00

Do you want to know the value of your personal injury case? Do you need to know now?

If so, we can help you.

We’ll start by sharing with you standard methods insurance companies use to determine case values.

Then, we’ll show you a few of the wisest moves you can make to protect your legal rights.

Next, we’ll give you guidance on easy steps you can take now to help you get maximum compensation for your injuries.

All the money you deserve.  (more … )

Is your legal fee contingency based? Why work this way? 2017-10-09T18:32:49+00:00

On most of our personal injury and insurance claim cases we work for you on a contingent fee basis.

This means we charge no fees unless we successfully resolve your case.

This is good news for you as it leverages our deep resources against the major corporations and insurance conglomerates you are likely to face.

Delay after delay is a typical tactic used by these companies to try an pay you far less than you deserve.

They are hoping you don’t have the financial resources needed to go the distance in your battle to get them to pay you fairly.

With us on your side this will not happen.

Because we work on a contingency fee basis you don’t have to worry about having money to pay legal fees before you win. (more … )

 

Should I sign an insurance release? Should I let them record me? 2017-10-09T18:25:16+00:00

Insurance companies are often motivated to offer you a quick settlement.

But, they almost always condition this quick settlement on you signing an agreement that forever releases them, and those they represent, from any further liability.

The offer may be for far less money than you truly deserve. It most often is.

Regardless of how you feel, soon after your accident happens you may not be aware of the full extent of your injuries, or other damage.

Until you know this, you cannot accurately determine the true value of your case.

If you sign a release, and later discover you’ve been given less money than you deserve, it’s too late.

You’re stuck with what you got.

This is why we always encourage you to have a trusted attorney on your side before accepting any settlement offer, or signing any type of release.

We encourage you to call us immediately, if you’re evaluating any type of settlement offer.

You risk absolutely nothing when you contact us. But, you may find you have much to gain.

We look forward to speaking with you.

But, please don’t delay. Delay may damage the value of you case.

The longer you wait to speak with us the fewer options we may have to help you.

Please call now—409-444-2020. Or, if more convenient for you, just fill-in our quick contact form on this page.

In Texas What Are My Lawsuit Filing Deadlines? 2017-10-09T18:19:11+00:00

All states impose statutory time limits on the amount of time you have to file a lawsuit. These time limits are called a statute of limitations.

In Texas the statute of limitations for a personal injury case is typically two years from the date of injury. On a breach of contract case the filing deadline is typically 4 years.

Unless a rare exception applies, this is the maximum amount of time you have to file your suit with the state’s civil court system.

If you don’t file your lawsuit before this deadline the court system will likely refuse to hear your case.

If this happens your legal rights for compensation will be lost.

These deadlines are also qualified by several complexities and rare exceptions.

For example, in Texas the filing deadlines may be different where negligence causes death, where injuries occur over a period of time, where minors and children are involved, or where there are uninsured motorists.

Our counsel to you is, do not attempt to calculate your statutory deadline without the help of a trusted lawyer.

Additionally, there are many critical reasons for you to stay far away from your deadline.

Even if you don’t immediately file a lawsuit, you should have your case fully investigated as early as possible.

An early investigation dramatically increases our chances of discovering and documenting all the important facts relative to your injuries and damages.

If you’ve been harmed we encourage you to contact us immediately.

Please don’t delay.  As time passes your legal options may diminish.

Mistakes and lack of available evidence my damage, or even eliminate the value of your compensation.

So please contact us now.

Call—409-444-2020, or fill-in our quick contact form on this page.

We’ll get back in touch with you soon to schedule a convenient time to meet with you, and answer your questions in confidence.

And please remember, you are not obliged to do anything.

All of our initial consultations with you are 100% free.

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