A personal injury case stems from an accident caused by negligence. At D. Miller & Associates, PLLC™, our La Porte personal injury lawyers can help you uncover the negligence that caused your accident. We will gather evidence, consult experts, and interview anyone who witnessed the accident. The evidence we collect will prove the cause of your accident and the monetary value of your losses.
If you or someone you love was injured by another party’s negligence, we’re ready to recoup the cost of your medical care, lost wages, and pain and suffering.
Negligence Entitles You to Recover Monetary Damages
Texas’ personal injury laws require you to prove the at-fault party’s negligence. Our team will help you prove the legal elements of negligence—duty, breach, causation, and damages.
Our team proves negligence in these situations:
- Premises liability incidents
- Bicycle accidents
- Medical malpractice
- Dog bites or attacks
- Motorcycle accidents
- Pedestrian accidents
- Large truck accidents
- Slip and fall accidents
- Wrongful death cases
- Motor vehicle accidents
If you or a loved one was injured, or if a loved one was fatally injured in one of these accidents, we’re ready to manage everything your case entails.
Get Our Team Involved Sooner Rather Than Later
The immediate aftermath of an accidental injury can be confusing and stressful. Rather than trying to build a case for financial recovery on your own, you can put the power of our law firm to work for you.
By getting our team involved in your case right away, you will ensure:
- We have plenty of time to investigate your accident.
- We can interview witnesses before memories fade.
- We can gather as much supporting evidence as possible.
You also ensure you do not run out of time to file your potential lawsuit. According to Texas law, you generally have two years to file. Your police report and other official records will help us ensure compliance with the relevant statute of limitations.
Explore the Benefits of Hiring Our Personal Injury Lawyers Serving La Porte
Our team is familiar with personal injury and insurance laws in Texas. We help you build an effective case that leads to your financial recovery. As your case progresses, we will provide you with ongoing updates. Our personal injury lawyers will also:
Gather Information to Support Your Claim or Lawsuit
Collecting evidence in a personal injury case can be time-consuming. If you are recovering from serious injuries, you may not be able to participate in the investigation as much as you would like. This is where our investigative team comes in.
To bolster and support your case, our team will collect the following evidence:
- Medical records
- Income records
- The accident report
- Photos of your external injuries and the accident scene
- Witness statements
The nature of your accident might lead to additional evidence. We will collect information for you and submit it to the at-fault party and their insurer in an organized and timely fashion.
Keep You Updated on Your Case’s Progression
Your personal injury case will involve communicating with many different people, companies, and agencies. Our law firm will handle all communications and correspondence related to your case, including:
- Written correspondence
- Verbal communication
- Emails and text messages
- Settlement negotiations
Anything you write, say, do, or post online might be misunderstood or misconstrued later by the claims adjuster. For instance, if you post a picture of yourself to social media, and you claim to suffer from life-altering injuries, the insurance company could refute your allegations.
That is why, not only do we handle communications for you, but we also recommend that you leave all communications (both direct and indirect) to us.
Assess What You’re Able to Recover
Understanding the value of your case on your own can be difficult. Our team will obtain medical records from every health care professional and the facility where you were treated. We also ensure the costs of your medications and medical devices are included in your case’s assessment.
Additional damages we assess in our financial evaluation include:
- Medical costs
- Loss of income
- Property damage (such as the cost of repairing your vehicle)
- Pain and suffering and inconvenience
- Emotional trauma
- Physical impairments
- Disability, scarring, and disfigurement
If your family lost a loved one, you could also recover wrongful death-related damages. These will cover the cost of making your loved one’s final arrangements and account for your late loved one’s household contributions. In rare cases, you could also be entitled to recover punitive damages.
See What Previous Clients Say About Our Client-Focused Legal Support
Our goal is to support you through every step of the legal process and recoup the losses to which are you entitled. Our previous clients say:
- Adrianne Frencl: Every time I’ve called, they have been very courteous and attentive. They also answered all my questions…and made me feel like they truly care about my claim…I will go to them for any other legal issues I may have in the future.
- Sherry Creech: What an exceptional experience. A genuine concern and care for their clients. Recommend D. MILLER and ASSOCIATES PLLC to all that need a hardworking dedicated team of professionals.
Advocating for injured clients has been our passion since we first opened in 2002. We will listen to your case, clarify its merits, and establish your right to recover financial damages.
Call for Your Free Case Evaluation Immediately
Were you or someone you love injured in a car accident, slip and fall, or another negligence-based accident in La Porte? Our personal injury lawyers can help you gather evidence, assign a value to your damages, and negotiate with the at-fault party or their insurance company.
Call our personal injury team at D. Miller & Associates, PLLC™ to get your case started today.
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