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Texas Vehicle Accident Attorney
Call One of the Best Vehicle Injury Lawyers in Texas
Car accidents and other kinds of motor vehicle accidents are often the result of negligence by one of the drivers involved. This carelessness leads many victims of car accidents, and their families, to hire a car accident lawyer in order secure fair compensation for medical expenses and pain and suffering.
Texas car, truck, bus, and pedestrian accidents are a common occurrence. Joe has written The Texas Accident Bible, which you can obtain for FREE so that you understand more about what the claims process is all about.
Lawsuits involving motor vehicle accidents are considered part of injury and accident law, or personal injury law and are addressed in civil court. Hit and Run, Drunk driving and the various criminal aspects that arise out of car and truck accidents are dealt with separately, if they exist, in criminal court.
Common Causes of Vehicle Accident Lawsuits in Texas Include:
Failure to Signal
Reckless Driving, Such As Passing On The Shoulder And Rapid Lane Changing
Damaged Road Surfaces
Failure To Obey Traffic Lights And Signs
Driving Dangerously Given Current Weather Conditions
Driving Under The Influence Of Drugs Or Alcohol
Broken Traffic Lights
You need a Houston auto accident attorney with the experience to understand and explain injuries caused by motor vehicle accidents.
Compensation, Settlement & Finding The Right Attorney
Car accident claims are the most frequent type of personal injury claim based on the legal theory of negligence. In order to prove, that a defendant’s careless behavior were the cause of a car crash, the plaintiff must demonstrate that the defendant failed to act with “reasonable care” to prevent the auto accident. Witnesses, police reports, traffic regulations are all employed in a personal injury case to prove who was at fault in an accident. Those found responsible for negligence in a motor vehicle accident may be found liable for damages and ordered to pay compensation to victims involved.
What Kind of Compensation Can I Get for My Wreck?
Part of my job in providing the best legal services to Texas accident victims is to learn and be able to effectively explain a person’s injuries, what caused them, and how they affect a person in their daily lives. In my 35 years of experience, I have studied the medical literature, have talked to hundreds of hurt folks, and have spent hundreds of hours with doctors discussing various injuries. Thus, I understand, and can effectively explain to juries the devastation that someone like you experiences when they have a back, spinal, or brain injury. I can tell a jury about paralysis, as easily as I can discuss the treatment, and suffering someone experiences with burn injuries, or cancer pain. I understand what it is like to lose a loved one from my dealings with psychiatrists, a specialized therapy called psychodrama, and from personal experience.
If You've Been Wrongfully Injured, I Can Help
The call to get the help you need is free. The answers you get may be priceless. NO STRINGS ATTACHED. I work on a contingency fee if you hire me, so you will not need to pay a dime. Only if I accept your case, and get money for you will I be paid, and the money is paid from your settlement. If we unexpectedly lose the case, you owe nothing, not even the expenses I advance to you.
I can come to you if you are unable to come to my office in most circumstances, or arrange to have you picked up and brought to my office and back.
I can help you anywhere in Texas (and out of state, with the association of a local lawyer). I have handled cases in cities and counties all over Texas, including Houston, Katy, Beaumont, Liberty, Richmond, Rosenberg, Wharton, Corpus-Christi, Waller Liberty, Dayton, Austin, Brownsville, McAllen, Dallas, Waco, Cold Springs, El Campo, and San Antonio. We have extensive experience in the County and District Courts of Harris County, Ft Bend County, Chambers County, Nueces County, Wharton County, Bexar County, Liberty County, Tarrant, McLennan, and Jefferson County.