Accidents happen. However, some accidents are more serious than others. You shouldn’t be left dealing with the consequences of someone else’s actions. At the Mitchell Law Firm, PLLC, I’m well versed in personal injury cases. Let me help you pursue the compensation you deserve. From my office in Orange, Texas, I proudly serve the people of Southeast Texas, including those in Beaumont, Vidor, and Bridge City, as well as Orange and Jefferson counties.
Personal injury cases are typically based around accidents caused by someone else’s negligence.There are many different types of personal injury cases. As your attorney, I have the skills to guide you through just about any situation. If you’ve been injured in any of the following situations, contact me today to find out how you can seek compensation:
Reach out to me at my Orange, Texas, office today. I’m prepared to help you discover the damages you may qualify for.
If you were injured in an accident that was someone else’s fault, you may be entitled to compensation for a number of different damages. Texas, like many other states, breaks down damages into two categories: economic and non-economic.
Economic damages can be quantified, and they are typically easier to prove. They can compensate for aspects such as:
Medical expenses (current and future)
Loss of wages
Loss of earning capacity
Funeral costs (in the case of wrongful death)
Non-economic damages are more difficult to quantify. They cover things money cannot, such as:
Physical pain and suffering
Decreased quality of life due to injuries
Physical disfigurement or impairment
Loss of consortium (loss of relationship with a husband, wife, or partner)
The lasting effects of an accident-related injury can be devastating, such as losing your ability to work, even if only for a short period of time. However, this does not mean you are out of options. A personal injury attorney could be your solution. I am a qualified personal injury attorney located in Orange, Texas, and I provide my services to the surrounding areas. Don’t hesitate to call my office. Get in touch today to start preparing your case.
When determining fault in a car accident, Texas abides by a modified comparative fault standard, often referred to as “proportionate responsibility.” Essentially, this means whatever damages you’re awarded could be reduced if you’re found to be partially liable for the accident that caused your injuries.
For example, say you were checking a text message when your car was crashed into at an intersection. The court could decide you were 20% at fault for your injuries and therefore reduce your compensation amount by 20%. Your original $100,000 compensation package would then be decreased to $80,000.
Texas also follows the 51% bar rule, meaning you would not be able to collect damages if you’re found more than 51% responsible for your injuries.
When you’re injured, you may find yourself wondering, “Do I need a personal injury attorney?” This is an important question to ask. It is possible that you have a strong case. However, consulting a personal injury attorney is the only way to know for sure. Your attorney will help you determine the best course of action. They can provide advice and recommendations. Additionally, they can walk you through the personal injury lawsuit process.
You don’t have to face your legal problems alone. A personal injury attorney can make a huge difference in your case. Your attorney is essential to your success. However, you need to be sure you’ve hired an attorney you can trust. Turn to my services at Mitchell Law Firm, PLLC. With a principal location in Orange, Texas, I am ready to take on your case. I am an aggressive litigator who wants to help you get what you’re owed. Contact my office today to get started with your personal injury claim.
A personal injury can have a drastic impact on your life, both now and in the future. A skilled personal injury attorney will work to defend your rights and guide you toward the compensation you deserve. If you were injured as a result of someone else’s negligence, contact Mitchell Law Firm, PLLC, in Orange, Texas, today to see how I can assist you.