If you or a loved one has suffered a serious injury or has been wrongfully killed by another party’s negligence, our team of Tomball personal injury lawyers will aggressively fight for fair compensation. Call (888) 335-7477 or request a free consultation online today.
Our attorneys are trial-tested and will help you recover the maximum amount of compensation possible.
We will help you find a creative legal solution that solves your unique concerns.
We make it a point to maintain open communication with our clients until their case is resolved.
Why Do You Need a Tomball Personal Injury Lawyer?
Obtaining fair and just compensation in a personal injury case typically requires a knowledgeable lawyer well-versed in the state’s applicable laws and claims process. Personal injury lawyers have the resources to
Investigate Your Accident
To hold another party accountable requires collecting evidence, such as photos of the accident scene, of any property damage, and your injuries, police reports, witness statements, certified weather reports, maps, medical records, instruction manuals when applicable, and various other documentation.
Deal with the Insurance Company
Having a personal injury lawyer speak to the insurance company on your behalf will solidify the potential threat of a lawsuit. That may motivate them to negotiate and settle for a fair amount.
Some cases require costly experts to prove liability or the extent of your injuries and damages.
File a Lawsuit
Your attorney will not be afraid to represent you at trial if a fair and just settlement cannot be reached.
Most personal injury lawyers in Tomball provide their services on a contingency fee basis, which means you won’t owe anything upfront or at all unless you win.
Types of Personal Injury Cases We Handle
We handle a wide range of personal injury claims in Tomball, including but not limited to:
Motor Vehicle Accidents
Drunk Driving Accidents
Elder Abuse and Neglect
Traumatic Brain Injuries
How Do You Know If You Have a Personal Injury Case?
To determine if you have a personal injury case, there are four significant factors to consider, including:
Can liability be established? The at-fault party must have owed you a duty of care. For example, doctors have a legal duty of care to patients, and drivers owe others on the road a duty to drive safely and follow traffic laws.
The at-fault party’s degree of negligence. You must be able to prove that a party failed to fulfill their duty of care owed to you. For instance, a doctor can breach their duty of care to a patient by failing to order proper tests based on their symptoms, causing cancer to go undiagnosed.
Did the at-fault party directly cause your injuries? This is known as causation. In other words, your injuries would not have happened if not for the at-fault party’s negligent actions.
The scope of your damages. Your injuries must have resulted in financial losses, for instance, a hospital stay or prolonged time away from your job.
In Tomball, you typically only have two years from the date of the accident or injury to pursue compensation.
Discuss Your Case in a Free Consultation
Contact Ramsey Law Group today for a free case evaluation so we can help you get the compensation you deserve.