Houston Personal Injury Attorneys
Practicing law since 1993, our Houston personal injury lawyers have established a proven track record of obtaining favorable results for our clients. This is why we recommend that you consult an experienced personal injury lawyer before communicating or settling with any insurance company. The fact that you are at our website seeking the assistance of a Houston personal injury lawyer indicates that you have already made the wise decision to consult a lawyer and protect your own interest.
Our advice that you should not negotiate with an insurance company on your own especially applies if you have suffered the wrongful death of a family member because of the negligence of a third party. Under Texas law, a "wrongful death" claim can be brought by a spouse, parent or child for the death of their husband or wife, son or daughter, or mother or father.
Although some accidents are severe, the reality is that most accidents involving motorized vehicles cause minor to moderate injuries. However, we understand that even minor or moderate injuries can cause constant pain because of whiplash or cause the need for surgery. Regardless of the severity of your injuries, know that our Texas personal injury lawyers are here to help you recover money for your medical bills, pain and suffering, and lost wages.
If you or a family member were involved in an accident in Houston, Texas, know that Joel A. Gordon & Associates will do all we can to maximize the value of your claim. Also know that we can also possibly help with medical care, surgery, and funeral & burial expenses. An injury attorney from our law firm is standing by to listen to your case, call now for your free consultation.
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If you and/or a family member have suffered serious or fatal injuries due to an accident, you and/or the family member may be eligible to file a claim. However, persons seeking to preserve any potential legal claims should contact an attorney promptly because Texas has mandatory time periods ("Statute of Limitations") in which a lawsuit must be filed.