I'm sorry about your accident. My advice is to hire a lawyer. You will, in my opinion, get more money, deal with less stress and the process will go much smoother. Whether it is my firm or another, do yourself a favor and hire a reputable personal injury lawyer.
I am terribly sorry to hear this. There are a number of types of attorneys who can handle these claims, but someone who does medical malpractice is probably your best bet. Sexual harassment lawyers are probably your second choice if you can't find someone who does both.
If you'd like to give me a call, I'd be happy to talk to you confidentially and give you my opinions. FYI, we handle injury, wrongful death and sexual harassment claims.
Hi Euless. The previous attorney was right on the money.
1). Get a lawyer.
2). Almost every lawyer that handles injury cases charges you a contingency fee, meaning no attorney fees unless they recover money for you.
3). Most of us will provide a free consultation.
Give us a call and we will come meet with you at your home or workplace. If we don't hear from you, good luck, but do yourself a favor and hire a lawyer.
Hi. I am sorry to hear about what happened to your husband. You certainly can refuse to accept an offer of policy limits and seek to recover over and above the policy limits from the company. If I were betting on it, I'd bet Dr Pepper has a very large policy and an excess coverage policy that would make this unnecessary.
If you do not have a lawyer on this case, I cannot emphasize enough that hiring one is imperative. I have no doubt a quality lawyer can get you and your husband far more...
You should absolutely call a lawyer. There may not be a viable case, but the call will be free. We would be happy to visit with you. I'm so sorry for your daughter and you.
So sorry to hear about your situation. You have been through a lot. I hope your recovery goes as smmothly as possible.
On this next point, I cannot emphasize this enough: whether it is my law firm or another, you absolutely must contact a lawyer. There are so many traps, pitfalls, nuances and issues to deal with, most of which you are completely unaware of, that trying to do this without a lawyer is no different than trying to treat your injuries without seeing a doctor.
Hi Hurst resident. I cannot emphasize what I am about to say enough. Do yourself a favor and call an experienced personal injury lawyer. Whether it is my law firm or another, you will end up with a better deal in this thing by hiring a lawyer. The insurance company people you will deal with get raises and promotions based on how much money they save the company, not on how happy the claimanats are.
Your question leads me to believe there are some pretty serious injuries here, and...
I am sorry to hear about your husband's situation. I think there is more value to the case, not because he has been declared disabled, but because of the injuries themselves that render him disabled. If the jury is allowed to hear that your husband was approved for permanent disability, which is not guaranteed, it could be helpful. I'm not sure this approval ever sees the light of day in the courtroom, but the jury will certainly hear about the debilitating injuries that have led to his...
In Texas, we have what is known as employment at will. If you did not sign a contract that laid out the reasons you could be fired, you can for all practical purposes be fired for agood reason, bad reason or no reason. In the instance you described, while potentially mean-pirited or heartless, I don't believe you could sue the employer. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news.