The Aftermath Of An Injury

The damage of a serious injury doesn't stop with physical suffering. If your injury is severe enough to put you out of work, you'll lose out on wages as well. And when the medical bills start rolling in, your wallet could easily be in as much pain as your body. If you're not to blame for the accident that caused your injury, you shouldn't be footing the bill. Even if you have insurance or access to workers' compensation, this is no guarantee that you'll be compensated fully. An effective personal injury lawyer may be the only thing standing between you and a future of ongoing pain and debt.

How Were You Hurt?

Car accidents, construction accidents, slip-and-falls, truck collisions — if you were to think about all the ways you could be hurt every time you left the house, you would probably become a hermit. If you're reading this site, however, chances are you or a loved one has been injured in an accident. While there's nothing you can do about the fact of the injury, the important thing is what you do next. One of the first things you should do is call a personal injury attorney who can protect your rights and help you secure the maximum compensation you deserve to recover from your accident.

The Special Case Of Oil Field Accidents

Our office is in south Texas, and we see many injuries that happen on oil rigs. Because of the heavy machinery involved in the oil and gas industry, injuries on oil rigs tend to be severe, and sometimes people are killed on the job. In many cases, these accidents can be traced to a failure on the part of an employer to inspect or maintain its equipment. Furthermore, while the industry has access to significant resources, chances are the company will quickly dispatch a representative to get you or your loved one to sign away your rights to the full compensation you deserve. Don't do it. Call us first.

Don't Settle For Less

Insurance companies count on you needing money right away to pay for medical bills and other costs associated with your injuries. They will usually offer you less compensation than is appropriate, assuming you don't have the resources to fight for what you deserve. That's why we work on a contingency basis for personal injury cases: We don't get paid until we recover compensation for you. For more information or to schedule an appointment with our Rio Grande City firm, call us at 956-847-8941 or use our email form to get in touch. Se habla español.