Has An Injury Accident Put Your Life On Hold?
When you have been in an accident caused by the negligence of another person, your injuries could prevent you from returning to your life as you knew it for an unknown amount of time. You may not be able to return to work, or your home may have to be remodeled to accommodate permanent disfigurement or disabilities. It can be emotionally, physically and financially difficult trying to get your bearings after an accident. After you get the medical treatment you need right way, speaking with an experienced personal injury attorney can provide the guidance you need to take the next challenging steps to pursuing justice.
When another person’s negligence is the cause of your suffering, you may have a right to financial compensation from the negligent party to pay for your property loss, medical bills, rehabilitation costs, lost and future wages, emotional distress, and pain and suffering. In some cases, you may also be awarded financial compensation for loss of enjoyment or loss of consortium when your injuries impact your ability to enjoy your life or your immediate family relationships.
You will have up to two years after the date of the accident to file a personal injury claim to seek damages. Attorneys Susan Hutchison and S. Rafe Foreman provide a free case evaluation to help you understand your rights and to determine how best to proceed with your personal injury claim following car wrecks, truck collisions, motorcycle crashes, work accidents and other accidents. Attorney Hutchison is a board-certified personal injury trial law attorney by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization since 1992, among other professional accolades.
Negotiation With An Insurance Company Can Be Frustrating Without A Legal Advocate
Many personal injury claims are subject to successful settlement outside the courtroom. But insurance companies frequently try to settle quickly and minimize your injuries to keep their costs low and profits high. When you work with Hutchison & Foreman, PLLC, we thoroughly gather evidence and medical records, meet with your physicians and investigate your circumstances to develop the strongest strategy for you. If we cannot arrive at a fair settlement that will meaningfully cover your medical bills and potential healthcare costs that could arise from your accident injuries, through negotiation with the insurance companies, we will move to the next step, which is filing a lawsuit.
Learn More From A Board-Certified Personal Injury Lawyer Today
Filing a lawsuit takes time and commitment to the process. Personal injury claims are complex. Attorney Susan Hutchison and S. Rafe Foreman have many years of experience and are compassionate advocates. They understand how difficult it may seem to commit to a process that has an uncertain outcome. They will answer your questions, help you make informed decisions and protect your rights to the maximum compensation. Call Hutchison & Foreman at 817-900-9310 or send an email through this secure website to initiate a free case evaluation.