If you suffered injuries in an accident caused by negligence, we can pursue monetary recovery for your medical expenses, pain and suffering, and other damages. A personal injury lawyer serving Allen with D. Miller & Associates, PLLC™ can investigate the accident that led to your injury and hold the liable party financially accountable.
We Encourage You to Take Prompt Legal Action After Suffering Harm
Texas law notes that you generally have two years to file a civil lawsuit. Your filing deadline depends on the parties involved, when you discovered your injuries, and whether you lost a loved one.
It’s critical to file your lawsuit within this two-year period. If you don’t, you could lose the right to seek damages through the civil court system.
Our Attorneys Will Fight for the Recovery You Deserve
D. Miller & Associates, PLLC™ has served Texas injury victims since 2002. We understand the difficulties you and your family face following an accident. You may have mounting medical bills, and you may not be able to work while you recover.
We want to ensure you have the resources to treat your injuries and focus on your health without jeopardizing your financial stability. Our attorneys will review your medical bills, pay stubs, and other injury-related expenses and pursue what you need. You may recover awards for:
We can pursue reimbursement for your current medical bills. We can also speak to your medical team (with your permission) to learn about your future healthcare needs and their expected cost. You could recover awards for:
- Emergency treatment
- Medical procedures
- Medical equipment
- Long-term care services
Pain and Suffering
Pain and suffering compensates injured claimants for their physical pain, mental anguish, and reduced quality of life. Texas generally doesn’t limit how much you can request for pain and suffering, unless you’re pursuing a medical malpractice case.
Various Non-Economic Damages
Your injury-related losses go beyond your financial hardships. We believe you deserve recovery for each way your injury has affected your life, including:
- Loss of mobility
- Scarring and disfigurement
- Loss of enjoyment of life
Our lawyers will evaluate these losses based on your situation, including your injuries’ severity and financial losses.
If your injuries caused you to miss work, we can recoup your back pay. We can also pursue lost income, benefits, and earnings for the length of your recovery. If your injuries force you to cut back on work, take a lower-paying job, or leave the workforce altogether, we can seek awards for loss of earning potential.
Property Damage and Other Related Expenses
If your injuries resulted from a car accident, we can help you seek the cost of repairing or replacing your vehicle. Financial recovery could also account for temporary transportation arrangements, such as using a rideshare service.
Various Out-of-Pocket Expenses
Additionally, our attorneys will identify miscellaneous accident-related expenses, including the cost of:
- Household services (such as cooking, cleaning, and transportation help)
- Medically-necessary home renovations (such as installing ramps, stairlifts, etc.)
- Medical travel expenses
- Childcare costs
Wrongful Death-Related Expenses
If you lost a loved one because of someone else’s negligence or wrongdoing, Texas law allows you to seek financial recovery on their behalf. Wrongful death-related damages may include your loved one’s medical bills, funeral and burial expenses, lost wages, and loss of consortium.
We Help Victims Harmed by Negligence, Recklessness, and Wrongdoing
When individuals, businesses, and manufacturers hurt others through negligent or wrongful actions, they should pay for the harm they cause. To establish negligence, our personal injury attorneys serving Allen will show that:
- The other party owed you a duty of care.
- The other party breached that duty.
- You suffered an injury caused by the other party’s actions.
- Your injury led to monetary damages and pain and suffering.
We’re Ready to Manage Everything Your Case Requires
We’re prepared to pursue damages through a claim or lawsuit. Our team will:
- Draft your demand letter and file your claim
- Communicate with insurance adjusters, opposing legal counsel, and other involved parties on your behalf
- Fight for an advantageous settlement during negotiations
- Represent you at trial if needed
We Will Gather Evidence to Support Your Case
We will build your case using evidence, including eyewitness testimony, photographs of your injuries, available cell phone or surveillance footage of your accident, police reports, and physical data from the scene.
Our Firm Handles a Wide Range of Personal Injury Cases
Our personal injury lawyers serving Allen advocate for people who have suffered harm due to:
Motor Vehicle Accidents
According to the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT), more than 10,000 motor vehicle collisions occurred in Collin County in 2020. We manage legal cases involving buses, cars, pedestrians, motorcycles, and trucks.
You may have a medical malpractice claim against a doctor, nurse, or health care facility if you suffered an injury caused by negligent care. Malpractice cases may involve:
- Surgical errors
- Medication errors
- Anesthesiology mistakes
- Failure to diagnose or treat an injury or illness
- Failure to provide follow-up care
We serve those injured by defective or dangerous products, drugs, and medical devices. If you or a loved one suffered harm due to a defective product, we can hold the manufacturer accountable.
Premises liability cases stem from hazardous property conditions. All property owners must keep their premises safe for guests. Premises liability cases arise from slips and falls, dog bites, and swimming pool accidents.
Call D. Miller & Associates, PLLC™ Today
Are you ready to pursue financial recovery for your injury-related losses? A personal injury lawyer serving Allen is ready to start advocating for you now.
Call our offices today to get started with a free case evaluation. We can discuss your case, its potential, and legal expectations.
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