Be Made Whole After a Personal Injury

Every injury has the potential to adversely affect your life in both the short term and the long term. On top of such an injury, there is an added insult when the harm you have suffered was caused by someone else's carelessness, negligence or malice. Fortunately, Texas law recognizes the injustice of such injuries, and provides the victim of a personal injury with the opportunity to seek financial compensation from the responsible party, which can be used to defray the costs associated with your injury, such as medical bills, auto repair and lost wages.

Obtaining compensation is not an automatic process, however. Even when a responsible party or their insurer immediately offers a settlement, it's important to keep in mind that this settlement may not be fair compensation for your injuries. There is no better way to navigate personal injury law than by working with an experienced attorney who can give context to your injury and the range of compensation you might be able to obtain.

Serving North Texas from our office in Granbury, our office is committed to keeping our clients informed, and standing up for their interests through litigation and out-of-court negotiations.

Compassionate Legal Support for a Wide Range of Injuries

Negligence-caused injuries can come in many forms, and from many sources. We have worked with clients affected by incidents, including:

  • Auto accidents
  • Commercial vehicle accidents
  • Pedestrian accidents
  • Serious bodily harm, including amputation and paralysis
  • Traumatic brain injury (TBI)
  • Medical malpractice
  • Wrongful death

Learn More About Our Services at a Consultation

The weeks and months after an injury can be full of stress and uncertainty. For answers to all your questions about your personal injury and the law, schedule a consultation and speak to one of our attorneys. Immediate action in a personal injury situation is desirable so that an investigation can begin. We understand that it is crucial to obtain and preserve evidence and witness information before it is lost. To make an appointment, call us at 817-381-2457 or send us an email.