If you or someone you love has been injured in a preventable accident, you may be entitled to seek justice and financial compensation from the party responsible. At Ramsey Law Group, our priority is to fight for you and obtain the money you deserve. To discuss your legal options in a free consultation with our Clear Lake Personal Injury Lawyer, please call (888) 335-7477 or contact us online today.
Why Our Firm is Right For You
We have extensive experience in all areas of personal injury cases.
We make it a point to maintain constant and open communication with our clients throughout their cases.
Both local and national legal communities have recognized our commitment to those injured in Texas.
Why You Need a Personal Injury Lawyer
Most personal injury cases begin with a claim being filed with the at-fault party’s insurance company. Insurance claims adjusters can be difficult to work with and may try to take advantage of you by offering a quick and unfairly low settlement, or they may try to deny your claim altogether. A Clear Lake personal injury lawyer will have experience in dealing with insurers and can handle all communications with them on your behalf. Your attorney will know how to assess your injuries and other losses to determine the value of your claim. With this information, they will not back down against the insurer until you are offered the amount of compensation you are entitled to, even if that means taking your case to court.
Types of Personal Injury Cases We Handle
Our Clear Lake personal injury lawyer represents clients in a wide array of personal injury matters, but most commonly due to:
Defective or Dangerous Products (Product Liability)
Slip and Fall Accidents (Premises Liability)
Elder Abuse & Neglect
Traumatic Brain Injury
Please do not hesitate to contact Ramsey Law Group, even if you were injured in an accident that isn’t listed above.
Types of Damages Available
In all personal injury cases, your attorney will demand that you are compensated for your injuries and other accident-related losses, such as:
Medical Bills: Current and future medical treatment and other related expenses (e.g., hospitalizations, surgeries, prescription medications, rehabilitation, in-home care, etc.).
Lost Wages: Current and future lost income while recovering.
Pain and Suffering: Physical pain and suffering, emotional distress, loss of enjoyment of life, etc.
Diminished Earning Capacity: If your injuries have permanently impacted you and leave you unable to work or force you into a different line of work.
Property Damage: When applicable (e.g., car accidents, personal belongings, etc.).
Punitive Damages: This type of compensation is only awarded in some instances and is intended to punish the at-fault party for extreme, deplorable behavior.
Texas follows a modified comparative negligence system that reduces your compensation based on your percentage of fault. For example, if you are awarded $10,000 and found 30 percent responsible for your accident, you will receive only 70 percent of your award or $7,000. This rule also bars you from recovering any compensation if the court finds you are more than 50 percent at fault.
Contact Ramsey Law Group Today
For a free consultation with our Clear Lake Personal Injury Lawyer, contact us online or call (888) 335-7477 today. Our Texas personal injury lawyers will help you obtain the compensation you deserve.