More than 255,000 people are injured every year in car accidents that occur on Texas roadways. Some are injured so severely their lives are changed forever. Another 4,000 are killed, leaving behind grieving families.
If you are one of the injured, or someone who lost a family member in a car crash, you know that while medical bills pile up, income is going down due to your inability to work. You likely feel overwhelmed and wonder what to do next.
Our Attorneys Can Help
If you are approached by an insurance adjuster, remember the adjuster does not work for you, but for the insurance company. The goal of the adjuster is to save the insurer as much money as possible. This means paying you the least amount possible.
You need skilled and experienced legal counsel like our friendly, caring, and compassionate car accident attorneys at Almasri & Marzwanian Law Group. While you recover from your injuries, we fight for you to receive all the compensation to which you are legally entitled. This includes:
- Payment for your medical bills, both current and those you might incur in the future.
- Lost wages.
- Lost earning capacity if you are unable to return to work.
- Rehabilitation of all types.
- Job retraining if you are unable to return to your former employment.
- Your pain and suffering.
This is not a complete list. Each case is unique and we work with you closely so we can put a proper value on your damages.
Contact Almasri & Marzwanian Law Group For Help
Texas law has established a deadline for filing a claim for damages suffered in a car accident. If you miss that deadline, you will lose forever your right to receive compensation.
Our lawyers at Almasri & Marzwanian Law Group come from a diverse background, our staff members also speak Arabic, Spanish, and Armenian. We offer a no-cost, no-obligation, consultation where we will evaluate your case and answer your questions.
If we decide to work together, you will pay us nothing unless we win your case. Contact us as soon as possible. We serve those in Dallas, Fort Worth, and Houston, as well as Oklahoma.