Welcome to our Frequently Asked Questions page. Below you will find answers to most of the questions our clients have. You can browse through different categories:
The obvious answer is yes. But you most often will hurt your case and greatly diminish its value. Remember, insurance companies love dealing with claimants not represented by an attorney. They will not offer what your case is worth and by the time you do retain a lawyer, your case may have been damaged by your attempts to settle it on your own.
No. Our office works on a contingency fee basis in personal injury matters, which means if we don’t recover money for you, then you don’t owe any attorney’s fees.
There’s no general rule here. It depends on several issues such as liability, the extent of your personal injuries and the settlement position of the insurance company. However, many cases can be settled within six months or less from the time the claim is made.
Under Texas law, you are required to carry liability insurance while operating a vehicle. However, if you didn’t have insurance at the time of the accident, you are still entitled to recover damages for your vehicle and for your medical bills.
Yes, you are not required to be a citizen in order to recover damages for your accident. We have successfully represented thousands of cases where our clients are not US citizens.
No. We can refer you to a doctor to treat you for your injuries. We have referrals to orthopedic surgeons, chiropractors, and other health professionals.