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  • Q: Do I have to go to trial?
    A: Oftentimes a settlement can be made between you and your insurance without having to go to trial. This is the best and most desirable outcome. However, if your insurance company continues to refuse to provide adequate compensation, you may have to purse a higher payout in court. Either way, it is vital to have a personal injury lawyer on your side. Only they will have the knowledge and skill to build a strong case on your behalf.
  • Q: I was in a car accident and the other person doesn't have enough insurance to cover me. What can I do?
    A: Most states, including Texas, have what is called Underinsured Motorist Coverage. This applies to uninsured motorists, as well. If you were in a car accident caused by another motorist who has inadequate or no insurance, your insurance company is required by law to pay for any damages or injuries you may have sustained. Learn more by speaking with an attorney from my firm today.
  • Q: How much is my personal injury case worth?
    A: It is not possible to come up with an exact number. Determining the worth of a case takes a great deal of time, effort, and detailed record keeping. To come up with a general estimate, you and your attorney must review all receipts and documents for repairs, doctor's visits, medical bills, and the mileage to and from appointments. On top of this, the seriousness of your injuries-as well as how long they must be treated-can be taken into account, which is difficult to do. Consult with a qualified personal injury lawyer to discuss your case and determine its general worth.

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