Know Your Rights: Do You Have a Personal Injury Case?
If you or a loved one has suffered a serious injury as a result of negligence, you may be entitled to significant monetary compensation for your medical bills and lost wages as well as disfigurement, impairment, pain and suffering. In this situation, it is crucial that you know your rights.
At Abraham, Watkins, Nichols, Agosto, Aziz & Stogner, we have a history of serving and protecting the rights of injured people and the families of loved ones who have been killed as a result of negligence. Established in 1951, we are one of the oldest personal injury law firms in Texas.
To discuss your case with an experienced personal injury and wrongful death trial attorney, call (713) 222-7211 (toll free 713-222-7211) or e-mail us today for a free case evaluation. We represent individuals throughout Texas and across the nation.
Answering Your Important Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Questions
As you explore your options for pursuing compensation for yourself or a loved one, many important questions must be answered by a knowledgeable legal professional. When you visit us for your free case evaluation, we will help you answer important questions like these:
- Do you have a case?
- Are you or your family entitled to compensation?
- How long do you have to file a lawsuit?
- What types of personal injury compensation are available?
- What should you expect in your personal injury lawsuit?
What Should You Look for in a Personal Injury Lawyer?
First, a good personal injury lawyer not only represents individuals who have been injured, but also is committed to and constantly strives to protect the public by making sure that companies or individuals responsible for injuries are not left to inflict further injuries on others. Also, it is important to choose a lawyer with a history of achieving successful results. Lastly, and most important, you need a lawyer who will communicate clearly with you about your legal options and provide you with face-to-face contact throughout the duration of your case.