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I Have Addressed Thousands of Complex Claims

I Have Successfully Settled and Litigated Thousands of Claims Involving Personal Injuries, Including:

  • Head injuries and brain injuries, including concussions and closed head trauma, resulting in cognitive impairment, psychological conditions, and emotional trauma

  • Orthopedic injuries, including fractures, ligament and tendon tears, nerve entrapment, and radiculopathy

  • Spine injuries, including those for which discectomy, laminectomy, radiofrequency neurotomy, spinal cord stimulator, disk replacement surgery, and lumbar, thoracic, or cervical fusion surgeries are required

  • Paralysis, in cases of both paraplegia and quadriplegia

  • Burn injuries

  • Toxic inhalation, including cases involving grain dust, diesel fumes, chemical exposure, and other respiratory irritantsSoft tissue injuries: Insurance companies may attempt to minimize the effect your injuries have upon your life because an X-ray does not reveal your broken bone or an MRI does not identify soft tissue injury.

  • Soft tissue injuries: Insurance companies may attempt to minimize the effect your injuries have upon your life because an X-ray does not reveal your broken bone or an MRI does not identify soft tissue injury. Soft tissue injuries can impair your quality of life significantly, and you are entitled to fair compensation despite the lack of positive diagnostic testing

When Should You Contact an Attorney?

I offer a free consultation with the Texas Injury Firm to have a frank discussion about your rights under Texas, Arkansas, or Louisiana law. I generally recommend you consult an attorney after you have been injured in an accident, and particularly if:

  • An attorney or insurance company wants you to sign any documents, especially if the document is referred to as or entitled release or settlement statement.

  • An attorney or insurance agent wants you to provide a statement, recorded statement, or deposition.

  • You have missed time from work and are not being compensated for your lost wages or reduced income while suffering from your injuries.

  • You are not being compensated for medical bills incurred due to your accident.

  • You have suffered injuries for which your physician has recommended surgery or proposed a course of future medical care.

  • Your physician advises your ailments are likely to be permanent injuries.

  • Your spouse has not been offered compensation for his or her resulting loss of comfort, society, conjugal relations, and support while you have been recovering from your injuries. This is called loss of consortium, and your spouse is entitled to compensation for his/her loss under Nebraska law.

Is the insurance company treating you fairly after an accident? Contact me to learn more about your rights.

No Recovery, No Fee: Contingency Fee Contracts Available

I understand that it is difficult, if not impossible, to make monthly payments to an attorney when you have been injured in a traumatic accident and you are unable to return to your regular job duties. Medical bills mount and, without income due to inability to work, injury victims are often hard-pressed to make ends meet.

For this reason, I represent clients on a contingency fee basis, which means you do not pay me unless a settlement, verdict, or another recovery is secured for you.

Contact the Texas Injury Firm to Discuss Your Case with A Results-Driven Team

Contact me to speak with a results-driven personal injury attorney. The consultation is free and without obligation. You may also contact my Texas and Arkansas offices online. Send me an email today. I serve clients throughout much of the United States.