After a catastrophic injury, you may be entitled to financial recovery from the liable party. Pursuing that recovery, however, takes time and experience you may not have. This is where D. Miller & Associates, PLLC™ comes in.
Why hire a catastrophic injury lawyer serving Fort Bend County from our office? We know how to pursue the financial recovery you need to account for your medical bills and pain and suffering. We’re ready to listen to your story now during your free, no-obligation case evaluation.
Fighting for Recovery After Catastrophic Injuries in Fort Bend County
Miller & Associates, PLLC™ serves communities throughout Texas by pursuing financial recovery for injured people. We’re ready to help you by:
- Providing a free case evaluation: Anyone who calls in can access this service, regardless of whether they go on to hire us. At no cost or obligation, you can explore your financial recovery options.
- Staying in touch: We strive to be as accessible as possible. This means we answer all calls promptly and even host Facebook livestreams to answer your questions.
- Collecting evidence: Our team knows what evidence is needed to build a strong case, including police reports, medical records, and expert testimony. You don’t have to worry about gathering this information on your own. Your legal team will do it for you.
- Managing paperwork: Injury cases generate a great deal of paperwork, and a single mistake on any of it could put your case at risk. We will review all forms for completion and accuracy before submitting them.
- Managing all communications: We will manage all communications with the at-fault party, their lawyer, and the insurance provider.
- Pursuing financial recovery: To seek the recovery you need, we’ll either file a claim or lawsuit. This involves filing your case on time, understanding your damages’ cost, and knowing the cause of your accident.
We’re not afraid to fight for what you need, no matter what your case requires. Your lawyer serving Fort Bend is your advocate during this challenging time.
We Will Prove Negligence Caused Your Accident and Injuries
In accordance with the American Bar Association’s guidelines, to recover damages, we must prove that another party’s negligence caused your losses. Using your case’s evidence, we will establish:
- The other party had a duty to take reasonable steps to protect you from harm.
- The other party did not behave reasonably.
- You were injured as a result of the other party’s unreasonable behavior.
- You have losses stemming from your injuries.
You don’t have to worry about proving negligence on your own. Our team will use its investigative resources and years of experience to accomplish this for you.
We’re Ready to Pursue Everything You Need and Deserve
You deserve reimbursement for every way your catastrophic injury has affected your life. Economic damages can help you recoup losses such as:
- Medical bills, including anticipated care costs
- Other expenses, such as the cost of hiring in-home help
- Lost wages, bonuses, tips, commissions, performances, and other employment-related benefits
- Loss of future earning capacity, if your condition will permanently affect your ability to earn a living
Your non-economic damages are just as important as your economic losses. Examples of recoverable non-economic damages include:
- Pain and suffering, or the effect the injury has had on your mental and physical health
- Disfigurement, or the permanent scars caused by the injury and/or any necessary treatment you received (e.g., surgery)
- Reduced quality of life, if your injuries affect your mobility and/or cognitive processing
- Loss of consortium, or the ways in which your injuries have affected your relationships with loved ones
You may recover other losses than those listed here, depending on your situation.
We Advocate for Families Who Have Lost Loved Ones in Fort Bend
If your loved one’s catastrophic injuries cost them their life, we’re deeply sorry for your loss. We want to manage each of your legal matters while you spend time with your family. We’re ready to pursue:
- Any of the losses listed above (if applicable)
- Loss of companionship, or the fact that your loved one is no longer around to provide advice, guidance, and care
- End-of-life expenses, or the amount you spent to ensure your loved one’s estate was settled and they were buried according to their wishes
- The loss of your loved one’s income
We Advocate for People Who Have Suffered These Life-Altering Conditions
We advocate for people who have suffered these catastrophic injuries in Fort Bend:
- Traumatic brain injuries
- Amputated limbs
- Severely damaged organs or senses
- Spinal cord damage
You don’t have to wonder: “Are my injuries truly catastrophic?” Instead, consider calling us for a free case evaluation. We’re ready to listen to your story and explain your legal options. Remember: there is no obligation to partner with us when you call.
We Advocate for People Who Have Suffered Harm in These Situations
Examples of accidents that may result in catastrophic injuries include:
- Motor vehicle accidents: The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) shows that commercial vehicles alone were involved in over 500 accidents in Fort Bend County in 2020. These collisions resulted in countless injuries.
- Premises liability accidents: If you suffered harm on another party’s property, you can pursue a premises liability case. Examples of premises liability cases include slips and falls, dog bites, and swimming pool accidents.
- Medical malpractice: Medical professionals are not infallible. Sometimes, they make errors. Misdiagnoses, failing to render appropriate treatment, and other mistakes endanger patients’ lives.
- Dangerous or defective products. Manufacturers must release products that are safe for use. When products malfunction, people can get hurt and pursue financial recovery.
This is not a complete list of our firm’s practice areas.
We Represent Fort Bend County Accident Victims
D. Miller & Associates, PLLC™ is proud to say that we have represented accident victims throughout Texas, including Fort Bend County, since 2002. If you or a loved one suffered a catastrophic injury, you are not alone. Our entire team is ready to put its commitment and resources to work for you.
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