Texas Lawyers Representing Those With Injuries Resulting In Paralysis

Woman in wheel chairA paralyzing injury is devastating and drastically alters the lives of the injured party and their loved ones.  The ability to perform daily functions such as walking, running, jumping, and playing with one’s children are things a victim of paralysis will never get back.  Money can never bring these day-to-day joys of life back to the injured party; however, compensation is needed for the losses suffered and costs of past and future medical treatment.  Our Fort Worth-area injury attorneys aggressively represent those who have been paralyzed due to the negligence or wrongdoing of another.  Contact our office today to speak with an attorney.

Injury Attorneys Representing Fort Worth Residents Who Have Been Paralyzed by a Serious Injury

Many types of accidents can result in paralysis including trucking accidents, car accidents, motorcycle accidents, auto-pedestrian accidents, construction accidents, and accidents caused by drunk driving.  Compensation for things such as pain, suffering, loss of earning capacity, and past and future medical expenses are recoverable when a person is injured due to the fault of another.  A lawsuit for an injury typically must be brought within two years of the accident.  If you are a Texas resident who has been injured due to the fault of another, it is crucial that you contact an attorney immediately.

Our attorneys regularly take personal injury cases into litigation.  The first step in this process is filing a lawsuit in the appropriate county’s court by way of a document called a petition.  The petition is then served upon the defendant, which puts them on notice that they have been sued.  The defendant then has a small period of time to file an answer to the lawsuit with the court and the discovery process commences.  Discovery is a process by which each side gains information from the other that is relevant to the issues involved in the case.  Discovery mechanisms include written questions and admissions, requests for production of documents and tangible items, depositions, and certain disclosures required under Texas law.  Our office will work with you throughout the entire case to ensure that you understand the legal proceedings and are informed on the status of your case.  If no settlement is reached during the discovery process, the case will proceed to trial.

Our attorneys understand all aspects of a personal injury case involving paralysis and have a wealth of experience in handling such matters.  When we are retained, we will immediately begin investigating your case, contact all necessary parties, and begin evaluating your damages.  We make sure the opposing party’s insurance company deals with us directly to limit the amount of stress placed on our client.  We are here to guide you through what can become a complex and confusing process.  Contact us today. We handle matters in all Texas counties including Tarrant, Dallas, Johnson, and Wise, as well as Hurst, Euless, Bedford, Haltom City, Richland Hills, North Richland Hills, Watauga, Grapevine, Colleyville, Southlake, Arlington, Keller, Grand Prairie, Dallas, and Fort Worth.

Certified Experts in Personal Injury Law Serving Paralyzed Texas Residents

Chuck Noteboom and Brian Butcher are Board Certified in Personal Injury Trial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.  They bring this high level of expertise and experience to every case handled by Noteboom – The Law Firm.  Our firm has a history of taking complex injury cases to trial and we handle only a select number of cases at a time.  This ensures that we are able to devote the hard work and resources it takes to maximize the recovery for our clients.  Do not risk your future to a law firm that lacks the necessary experience to fully protect your rights.  Contact us online or by telephone today.