Our initial consultation is free, and that is the best way for you to get an honest evaluation of your case. We will sit down with you, and go over the facts of your case and help you decide the best course of action to take To bring your questions directly to a Tyler personal […]
I love trying cases, and have a lot of experience doing so. Most cases settle before trial but we make a point of avoiding that assumption. Instead, we treat every case as if it will go to trial and ensure that we are prepared for every possible outcome. It has been our experience that the […]
Most personal injury attorneys charge on a contingency fee basis. Many people cannot afford to pay an attorney an hourly rate, so a contingent fee agreement is reached. Contingency fees are basically a previously agreed upon percentage of the total recovery received in a given case. The fees are only paid upon final resolution of […]
Yes. The information you share with us is protected by attorney-client privilege and will remain confidential. This privilege will apply even when our legal representation terminates or if you do not retain our firm.
We take pride on working closely with our clients. When you trust us with your case we make it a priority to answer any questions you may have and keep you updated on any developments in a way that is convenient for you, whether that be via phone, email or a face to face meeting. […]
The obvious first difference is the scope of the damages involved. A wreck involving an 18-wheeler is likely going to result in catastrophic damages across a large area. A case that of that magnitude will require a detailed investigation by an experienced team, beyond what would be required in most car accidents. The second difference […]
In most car accident cases we do not charge you anything out of pocket. In car wreck claims like that we like to work on a contingency fee basis, meaning we get paid a percentage of the total recovery at end of the case, and we do not get paid unless you get paid.
After a car accident, it is in your best interest to go to the hospital right away. If you are in serious pain, call an ambulance or have someone drive you to the ER. Even if you have minor pain or are unsure if you have suffered any injuries, it is a good idea to go to your doctor and get evaluated as soon as possible.
We strongly recommend that you do not discuss the details of your case with anyone until you have first consulted with an attorney. If you are contacted and asked for a statement you are well within your rights to tell them that you will speak with your lawyer first and get back to them, or simply tell them to call us.
The value of a case depends on many factors. When considering the value of your claim, you will have to ask a number of questions, each of which play a vital role in determining how much your case is worth: