If you or a loved one has been injured in a car accident, you are going to need the help of a professional Houston Car Accident Attorney at (713) L‑A‑W‑S‑U‑I‑T to pursue justice and obtain the maximum compensation that you rightfully deserve. You are probably wondering how you will pay for your car repairs, how you can be compensated for your lost wages and who will be responsible for paying your medical bills. Our highly skilled and experienced Houston Car Accident Attorneys at (713) L‑A‑W‑S‑U‑I‑T will speak to you for free, answer all of your questions and concerns and make sure that you get the maximum compensation for your injuries.
After an accident, we will work hard to take the stress off your shoulders, letting you focus on your recovery, while we pursue justice on your behalf. The Houston Car Accident Attorneys at (713) L‑A‑W‑S‑U‑I‑T are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to take your call, and you don’t have to pay us anything unless we win your case. If you have been injured in a car wreck, call our injury lawyers in Houston, Texas and let our experts pursue the maximum compensation that you rightfully deserve.
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Why Should I Hire a Houston Car Accident Attorney?
Many people are under the impression that hiring a lawyer is expensive, and that they are better off handling their claims on their own. Nothing can be further from the truth. The Houston Car Accident Attorneys at (713) L‑A‑W‑S‑U‑I‑T will not charge you anything at all, unless we win your case and obtain compensation for you.
Most people also don’t realize that car accident claims can be quite complex, and many injured victims often end up with much smaller compensation, because they handled their claims improperly. This is especially the case in claims involving serious, long-term injuries or disputes about who was at fault. The Accident Attorneys at (713) L‑A‑W‑S‑U‑I‑T are experts at making insurance companies pay the maximum compensation that injured victims rightfully deserve, and we do not charge our clients anything unless and until we win their case!
People who try to resolve their claims with an insurance company on their own, quickly realize how difficult, burdensome and frustrating it is, especially while dealing with your injuries, car repair and doctors’ bills and loss of income. Additionally, most people don’t have enough experience in this area and do not know the true value of their claims. As a result, they won’t realize when an insurance company tries to take advantage of them, is being unfair or dishonest with a settlement offer or unlawfully denies their claim. In most cases, offers from the insurance companies are much less than what you need to cover your losses. The Accident Attorneys at (713) L‑A‑W‑S‑U‑I‑T have been making insurance companies pay what they owe for over a quarter of a century and will help you receive the maximum compensation that you rightfully deserve.
Our highly experienced, skillful and aggressive Houston Car Accident Attorneys at (713) L‑A‑W‑S‑U‑I‑T will handle every aspect of your claim, including:
- Establishing which driver or drivers are liable for your injuries and making their insurance company accept responsibility;
- Calculating the true value of all of your damages and losses and proving it to the insurance company;
- Properly preparing and filing all of your claims;
- Obtaining and presenting all available supporting evidence;
- Communicating and negotiating with the insurance adjusters;
- Pursuing and obtaining the maximum settlement offer that you rightfully deserve;
- Filing a lawsuit and going to court against an insurance company that is not willing to pay what you deserve.
When you hire the Houston Car Accident Attorneys at (713) L‑A‑W‑S‑U‑I‑T, we will immediately begin dealing with the insurance company to obtain the maximum compensation you deserve and let you focus on your medical treatment and physical recovery. We have come across many people who had accepted very low settlement offers simply because they lacked the time, resources, and energy required to pursue more. Our firm has the resources, time, energy and decades of experience to stand up for accident victims against any insurance company. Call us at (713) L‑A‑W‑S‑U‑I‑T today to learn how our attorneys can help win your case.
Remember, consultations with all of our attorneys are absolutely free, which means that you don’t have anything to lose by calling us today.
How Much Does it Cost to Hire a Houston Car Accident Lawyer?
Many people are hesitant and some won’t even consider contacting an attorney following an accident that caused them personal injury, because they are under the impression that hiring a lawyer will cost them too much money.
However, many attorneys in Houston handling personal injury cases work on a contingency fee basis. This means that clients pay only if the lawyers have won their case. The Houston Car Accident Attorneys at (713) L‑A‑W‑S‑U‑I‑T will not charge you anything at all, unless we win your case and obtain compensation for you. When that happens, our fee would be based on a pre-agreed percentage, usually between 33% and 40% of the amount of compensation we have obtained for you.
This form of payment structure means that you will only need to pay your attorneys after you receive compensation for your injuries. More importantly, since the attorneys only get paid if they obtain compensation for you, they will be committed to your case, and do the best job they can to get you the maximum amount of compensation possible.
There are certain lawyers who work on various other payment structures, such as hourly rates or flat fees, where you have to pay a lawyer in advance and even if he loses your case. In personal injury cases, clients are much better served when lawyers take their case on a contingency fee basis.
How Fast Do I Need to File a Car Accident Claim?
All personal injury lawsuits related to car accidents are subject to the Statute of Limitations. The Statute of Limitations is a law that prevents people from filing a suit in a court of law after a given period of time has passed, no matter how strong their case is. The insurance companies will also refuse to pay any claim after the Statue of Limitations has passed. The Statute in Texas, is two years for most cases. If your accident happened in our neighbor state of Louisiana, however, it is only one year. And, if you were involved in an accident with a government vehicle, it may be even shorter than that.
This does not mean that you can wait several months to file your claim. If you wait too long, the insurance company of the other driver may determine that the accident was your fault and deny payment. Witnesses in your favor may move or change their phone numbers and become impossible to locate. Important pieces of evidence may get lost and you will not be able to prove your losses to the insurance company. When you call the Accident Attorneys at (713) L‑A‑W‑S‑U‑I‑T, we will file your claim the same day and begin working on your case immediately to obtain the maximum compensation you deserve.
What is the Average Settlement of a Houston Car Accident Case?
Calculating the value of a case can be very complex. Over 250,000 people are injured in car crashes in Texas every year, based on data from the Texas Department of Transportation. Approximately 7% of these cases are considered serious accidents, which often leave victims with severe or life-changing injuries.
If you or your loved one suffered serious injuries in a crash, the medical bills could easily skyrocket. If the other driver was responsible for the accident, their insurance company should ideally cover all of your damages. However, how do you determine how much damages you incurred aside from the medical bills?
How much are you owed for your pain and suffering, your mental distress, your fear of getting back into a car, your loss of enjoyment of life? What if you can no longer do the type of work that you did prior to your accident? Our Houston Car Accident Attorneys at (713) L‑A‑W‑S‑U‑I‑T will help determine the value of your damages and make sure that the insurance company pays you the maximum compensation that you rightfully deserve.
What Types of Damages Can Be Recovered in a Houston Car Accident Lawsuit?
Damages is a term used to describe losses incurred by people during and after an accident. When you get into a car accident, you will usually sustain several types of damages. Some of these will be related to the damage caused to your car. Even the smallest crash will result in some form of property damage. The other types of damages will be related to your physical injuries.
The main reason why you should hire a car accident lawyer in Houston is to pursue compensation for your losses caused by the crash. If the other driver was responsible for the accident, they should ideally pay for all of your damages. However, insurance companies always try to save money and avoid paying for all of the damages caused by their insured driver. They usually offer much less than you truly deserve and sometimes even deny claims that should have been paid.
The Accident Attorneys at (713) L‑A‑W‑S‑U‑I‑T have been fighting insurance companies and making them pay for all of their clients’ damages for decades. We will let you focus on recovering from your injuries while we work hard to get money for you. We will file your claim, handle all communication and negotiation on your behalf, deal with the lawyers representing the other driver and his insurance company and file suit, if necessary, to get you the maximum compensation you deserve for all of your damages.
The Accident Attorneys at (713) L‑A‑W‑S‑U‑I‑T have obtained millions and millions of dollars for their clients. Our aim is to get you the maximum compensation you need and deserve for your injuries. Below are some of the damages that your accident attorneys will demand in your case:
Vehicle Repair Bills
Even a minor crash will usually result in some damage to your vehicle, requiring repairs. A major accident can result in your car being damaged beyond repair and be considered a “total loss”. This normally occurs when the estimated cost to repair a vehicle is greater than the cost of the vehicle itself. No matter which of these two situations applies in your case, the Accident Attorneys at (713) L‑A‑W‑S‑U‑I‑T will make the insurance company pay for the repairs of your vehicle or to compensate you for its value FREE OF CHARGE! Obtaining compensation for the damage to your vehicle is a free service that the Accident Attorneys at (713) L‑A‑W‑S‑U‑I‑T provide as courtesy to clients that we represent for their injuries.
After a car accident, you may see your injuries and feel your pain immediately. In some cases, however, you will not feel the pain until the next day or even until several days after the accident. You may also sustain invisible internal injuries that will continue to cause harm inside of you until they are discovered using special tests and professionally treated.
When you get into an accident, you should have emergency ambulance paramedics attend to you and take you to the emergency room based on your injuries. Even if your injuries seem minor at first, you must ensure that nothing is overlooked and you get proper medical care. The hospital will most likely perform a number of tests to diagnose any potential injuries. This will also serve as proof of your injuries in the future, when a claim is presented to the insurance company.
Of course, your medical bills will start piling up the moment the paramedics attend to you and take you to the hospital. However, you should not be the one responsible for these bills. The driver who caused the accident (or their insurance company) should take care of these. The Accident Attorneys at (713) L‑A‑W‑S‑U‑I‑T will hold the party at fault is responsible for your medical bills.
In some cases, you may be in need of long-term or future medical care. Your physician will testify as to what kind of care you will need. He will also let your lawyers know how much this long-term care will cost. The driver at fault will also have to pay for any future medical costs associated with your injuries.
When you get into an accident, you will most likely miss time from work. This could be anywhere from a few days to weeks, months, or longer. Of course, your employer will not pay you for this time, and you will not be able to collect unemployment benefits. You may even no longer be able to perform your job and be laid off as a result of the accident. And while you may be eligible for disability, it will take time to kick in. Plus, even when you receive disability benefits, they will be significantly less than what you would have earned while working full time.
The Accident Attorneys at (713) L‑A‑W‑S‑U‑I‑T will present the necessary evidence to prove how much time you missed from work as a result of your accident and make the insurance company compensate you for your lost income. The evidence usually required to prove lost income includes:
- Statement from your doctor(s) taking you off work;
- Timesheets highlighting the hours and days missed;
- Tax returns highlighting what you earned before the accident;
- Certified letter from the employer that confirms how much time you missed from work;
- Copies of your paystubs before and after the accident;
- Affidavits from the payroll company.
The responsible party should pay for these lost earnings. While they can argue that something else other than the accident caused your injuries and your lost income, your Houston car accident lawyer at (713) L‑A‑W‑S‑U‑I‑T will prove that this is not the case.
Pain and Suffering
If you sustained serious injuries, you might be entitled to compensation for pain and suffering. This type of damages is intended to pay you for the physical and mental anguish you experienced and/or will experience in the future. Pain and suffering compensation can make up a huge part of your injury case. The Accident Attorneys at (713) L‑A‑W‑S‑U‑I‑T are experts at obtaining the maximum amount of compensation for pain and suffering that a client rightfully deserves.
For over a quarter of a century we have obtained millions and millions of dollars for thousands of clients for pain and suffering, including compensation for mental distress, fear of driving, delay of scholarly pursuit, loss of consortium, depression, loss of enjoyment of life, etc.
The Accident Attorneys at (713) L‑A‑W‑S‑U‑I‑T will work hard to make sure that we get you the maximum pain and suffering compensation you deserve.
How Does the Insurance Process Work?
Insurance adjusters are known for using deceitful and dishonest ways to reduce payments made to accident victims. Some insurance companies even give their adjusters bonuses when they successfully limit or avoid certain payments. So, while the adjusters may insist that they are on your side, trust us, THEY ARE NOT!
Adjusters know that many injured victims of accidents do not understand the insurance claims process, and, therefore, take advantage of the victims by making low offers. In fact, adjusters are trained by the insurance companies and insurance company lawyers to do that. Many people end up being fooled by adjusters into acceptinginsultingly low offers and give up their right to recover more in the future. This is why you should never deal with insurance adjusters and their lawyers without our experienced, smart and aggressive auto Accident Attorneys of (713) L‑A‑W‑S‑U‑I‑T by your side when handling your insurance claim. We know every trick and method that the insurance companies use to avoid paying what they owe. We will effectively deal with the adjusters, refuse low and unfair offers, and negotiate for the highest maximum amount that you actually deserve.
How is the Claim Filed?
The insurance claims process begins when you make a claim that seeks payments for your damages. However, it is extremely important to understand and calculate the full extent of your losses, including the present, past, and future medical bills, current and future lost income, the different types of pain and suffering experienced, and much more. Most people grossly underestimate the damages they suffered and end up receiving a much lower settlement amount than they truly deserve. The Accident Attorneys at (713) L‑A‑W‑S‑U‑I‑T pride themselves in making sure that our clients’ claims include every penny of their damages, so that we can request the maximum amount. To do this, we work hard to locate, collect and provide compelling evidence to support your claim.
Should I Speak to the Insurance Adjuster?
YOU SHOULD NEVER SPEAK WITH THE INSURANCE ADJUSTER FROM ANY INSURANCE COMPANY (INCLUDING YOUR OWN) UNTIL YOU SPEAK WITH THE ACCIDENT ATTORNEYS AT (713) L‑A‑W‑S‑U‑I‑T!!! Remember, all consultations with our Accident Attorneys are absolutely free and you have nothing to lose by calling (713) L‑A‑W‑S‑U‑I‑T to discuss your case
After an accident, before or after you file your claim, the insurance claims adjuster may try to get in touch with you. The first trick that the insurance adjuster will use on you is to act friendly and sympathetic, and tell you that they are there to help. This is simply not true. Do not forget that the adjuster does not work for you. Even the adjuster from your own insurance company does not work for you. He works for the insurance company and his job is to save the insurance company money. He does that job by paying YOU less than your claim is worth, or, if possible, not paying you at all.
The adjuster will most likely ask you to provide them with a recorded statement about the accident and your injuries, or even tell you that you have to provide a recorded statement to get a settlement. This is also not true. In fact, when it comes to claims against the other driver, his insurance company does not have the right to a recorded statement unless a lawsuit has been filed.
Giving the insurance adjuster a recorded statement can be a major mistake. Adjusters are trained by the insurance companies and their lawyers to listen for anything that they can use against you to deny or underpay your claim. A comment you believe is harmless may end up causing the insurance company to question the extent or nature of your injuries or even blame you for the accident, hurting your entire case. Never provide a statement to any insurance adjuster and let the Accident Attorneys at (713) L‑A‑W‑S‑U‑I‑T handle all communications with the insurance company on your behalf.
Reviewing Settlement Offers With Your Attorneys At (713) L‑A‑W‑S‑U‑I‑T
Eventually, if your claim is presented correctly, the insurance company will make a settlement offer. It is exactly what you have been waiting for. At this point, you are probably stressed out over the piling medical bills, along with other unpaid bills due to missed work. As a result, you are anxious to receive your settlement check. However, accepting the first offer just to get paid is a big mistake.
Insurance companies always want to pay the minimum amount possible to protect their bottom line. They are always looking for ways to make you accept the lowball offer immediately, because once you accept it, you will lose all your rights to seek additional compensation, even if you receive additional bills. You should always have one of our experienced auto Accident Attorneys at (713) L‑A‑W‑S‑U‑I‑T review your case and any offers from the insurance company before you accept anything.
Our lawyers will review the offer and tell you whether it is fair or not. In most cases, it won’t be. We will then negotiate with the adjuster or his supervisor, present convincing proof of the value of your case and work hard to get the insurance company to make a higher offer that will cover all your losses and fully compensate you for your damages.
Insurance companies are well aware that the Accident Attorneys at (713) L‑A‑W‑S‑U‑I‑T mean business, and that we do not back down. This gives us the upper hand and enables us to resolve many of our cases during the negotiations stage, saving time and money for our clients.
Some people may think that the insurance process is simple and that they don’t need an attorney. However, they do not realize that insurance companies will always try to take advantage of the injured victims, especially ones who are not represented by a lawyer. But when they see that you have an experienced car accident attorney handling your case, they tend to change their tune immediately.
Our attorneys will work with you during every stage of your claim and get you the maximum compensation you need and rightfully deserve.
Types of Houston Car Accident Cases We Handle
The Accident Attorneys at (713) L‑A‑W‑S‑U‑I‑T have decades of experience in every type of auto accident that includes, but is not limited to, the following:
Drunk Driving Accidents
Despite all of the efforts in Houston to educate people about the extreme danger of drunk driving, as well as the government’s enforcement of various laws put in place to discourage it, approximately 25% of the people killed in traffic accidents in Texas are killed in a crash involving a drunk driver.
In 2019, more drunk driving crashes were reported in the hour between 2:00 a.m. and 2:59 a.m. than any other hour of the day. Also, more of these crashes occurred on Saturday than any other day of the week. The Houston Drunk Driving Accident Attorneys at (713) L‑A‑W‑S‑U‑I‑T are experts at handling accident cases involving intoxicated drivers. We have obtained well-deserved compensation for our clients from the drunk drivers’ insurance companies, rental car agencies, as well as from bars and restaurants that served them too much alcohol before they got on the road.
Distracted Driving Accidents
A large number of accidents in Houston is caused by distracted drivers. The biggest portion of such distracted drivers involves using a cellular telephone while driving. Studies have shown that it does not make a difference if a person is holding the phone in his hand next to his ear, or if he is using a hands-free device. It is the conversation itself that distracts a person from paying attention to his driving.
A number of accidents that result in fatalities and serious injuries are caused by drivers who are high on drugs like marijuana, methamphetamines, or even prescription drugs.
If you are involved in a car accident with a person who is driving under the influence of drugs, the Accident Attorneys at (713) L‑A‑W‑S‑U‑I‑T will fully investigate such person’s legal and illegal drug use and criminal history, in order to hold his insurance company responsible during negotiations and obtain the maximum compensation in your case.
Head-on collisions often involve a driver who is impaired, or has lost control of his vehicle. Many of these crashes end up in the death of one or more occupants of the vehicles.
Usually, in head-on collision accidents, both drivers will claim that they were not at fault and each will blame the other for coming in his lane. In these situations, you need the knowledge and expertise of the Accident Attorneys at (713) L‑A‑W‑S‑U‑I‑T, who understand the best way to approach such cases in order to win and obtain the maximum compensation you deserve.
Most head-on collision accidents involve drivers who are:
- Drunk or high on other drugs;
- Distracted by texting or otherwise using their cell phones;
Your Houston head-on accident lawyer from (713) L‑A‑W‑S‑U‑I‑T will gather all the necessary evidence to prove that the other party is at fault for the accident. We will go through all photographs, reports, videos, phone records and witness statements that we can obtain.
Proving who is at fault in a head-on collision accident can be difficult. Such accidents happen in a split of a second, and there may not be any witnesses to tell what happened. Damage to the vehicles could also be severe, making it difficult to recreate the accident. It is essential to take and keep pictures of the skid marks and any other evidence of the accident. Whenever the parties involved are badly injured, the police will usually do this for them.
Common injuries sustained by parties in a head-on collision accident include head injuries, spine injuries, neck injuries and broken bones. It is, therefore, not surprising to see that damages in such cases are usually very high. Your Houston head-on Accident Attorneys at (713) L‑A‑W‑S‑U‑I‑T will ensure that you receive the maximum compensation you deserve for your injuries.
Hit-and-Run Car Accidents
Hit-and-run accidents can be very tricky to handle, since the defendant has fled from the scene of the accident without providing any information, and could be far gone by the time authorities arrive. However, the Accident Attorneys at (713) L‑A‑W‑S‑U‑I‑T have, on multiple occasions, been very successful in obtaining compensation for their clients involved in hit-and-run accidents. In order to improve your chances of receiving compensation, a person involved in a hit-and-run accident must take the following steps or ask to police to do so:
- Get the license plate number of the hit-and-run vehicle, if possible;
- Get contact information and record testimony of any eyewitnesses to the accident;
- Get any photos, videos, or description of the accident and the hit-and-run vehicle from any witnesses;
- Identify any surveillance cameras that might have captured the accident or the vehicles involved.
Although the hit-and-run vehicle may eventually be identified, it may still be difficult to identify its driver at the time of the accident. In such cases, the police are supposed to visit the owner of the vehicle to find out who was driving it at the time of the accident. Surveillance footage and eyewitness descriptions are also crucial in investigating and determining fault in hit-and-run cases.
The Accident Attorneys at (713) L‑A‑W‑S‑U‑I‑T have decades of knowledge and experience investigating hit-and-run accidents and obtaining maximum compensation for its clients in such cases. Do not wait until the responsible driver is identified to contact our firm. Call us for your free consultation immediately. We will conduct our own investigation to identify the car at fault and the person who was driving it and contact their insurance company to file the proper hit-and-run claim.
Sometimes, even after the car is identified, the owner may deny that he was the one driving it at the time of the accident. In this case, the owner of the car may still be liable for your damages due to negligently entrusting his car to another person. Your Accident Attorneys at (713) L‑A‑W‑S‑U‑I‑T will determine the best way to proceed against the owner and/or the driver and their insurance companies to get you the maximum compensation you deserve.
Also, remember to seek medical attention right after your accident. Do not wait until the hit-and-run driver is identified. Some of the more severe injuries may not show immediately and may only be discovered by a thorough medical examination, which you will need in order to present a proper medical record in your case.
Rear-end accidents are very common. In some cases, you may stop at a red light or a stop sign and get hit in the rear by a driver who did not realize that the light turned red or that you had stopped. In other cases, you may be in stop-and-go traffic and get hit from behind by someone who is not paying attention.
Although most people believe that if you get hit from the rear, it is always the fault of the person behind you, this is not correct. Even in rear-end accidents, the driver in the front may be found partially or completely at fault, depending on the circumstances of the crash. Some examples of the cases where the driver in front may be partially blamed for the accident include, but are not limited, to crashes involving unsafe lane changes, sudden emergencies, disabled vehicles in moving traffic and defective or “blacked out” brake lights.
Although these cases tend to be very difficult to handle, the Accident Attorneys at (713) L‑A‑W‑S‑U‑I‑T have successfully obtained maximum compensation that their clients rightfully deserved in numerous rear-end accidents, in which the insurance companies tried to blame the driver in front.
Whenever a vehicle rolls over, it rarely rolls over only once. In most crashes, vehicles roll over several times, and these are probably the longest seconds in a person’s life. In such cases, the lives of both the driver and passengers flash before their eyes. As such, rollover accidents are some of the most terrifying experiences for motorists.
Although statistics indicate that high vehicles such as SUV’s, trucks and Jeeps are at a higher risk of rolling over due to their higher center of gravity, any kind of vehicle can rollover under specific circumstances. Below are some of those circumstances, in which a vehicle might lose control and rollover:
- Driving at high speed on a curve or turn;
- Hitting a curb, pothole, or any other object that may cause the tire to lift from the ground;
- Being run off the road with a steep shoulder by another driver;
- Being hit on the side by a lower vehicle;
Keep in mind that these are only a few of the reasons why a vehicle may rollover. It is worth noting that rollover accidents are usually very severe and sometimes involve several vehicles. Call the Accident Attorneys at (713) L‑A‑W‑S‑U‑I‑T, so that we may determine all of the parties responsible for your damages and obtain the maximum compensation you rightfully deserve. Remember, consultations with our attorneys are always free, and you will never pay anything unless we win your case.
Some of the drivers on the road simply love to go fast, while others speed to get to their destination quicker. Although they may feel that this is not a big deal, speeding results in tens of thousands of crashes in Texas every year. Many of these cause serious injuries and death.
If you or your loved ones have been injured by a speeding driver, call our Houston speeding accident lawyers at (713) L‑A‑W‑S‑U‑I‑T, and we will help you get the maximum compensation for your injuries that you rightfully deserve.
Texting and Driving Accidents
Distracted drivers are responsible for thousands of accidents every year. Our Houston Accident Attorneys at (713) L‑A‑W‑S‑U‑I‑T handle such cases every day. Whether texting, messaging or talking, using the phone while driving is a big distraction. Whenever a driver is texting, he or she is not paying proper attention to the road. Their eyes are elsewhere, when they should be on the road, while their hands are on the phone instead of the steering wheel.
In the past, it was difficult to prove a case of texting and driving. Today, technology has advanced. Our lawyers can request cellular phone records to prove that the other driver was on his or her phone when the accident happened. We can also use your records to show that you were not on your phone.
Insurance companies know that juries tend to be extra hard on drivers that injure someone, as a result of texting and driving. If you can prove that the other party was on their phone, proving liability and obtaining maximum compensation that you rightfully deserve becomes easier. Our Accident Attorneys at (713) L‑A‑W‑S‑U‑I‑T are experts in locating and presenting the necessary evidence to achieve this.
Contact an Experienced Car Accident Lawyer in Houston at (713) L‑A‑W‑S‑U‑I‑T
If you are injured in an accident, call the skilled, experienced and aggressive Accident Attorneys at (713) L‑A‑W‑S‑U‑I‑T. We will carefully look into your case, answer all of your questions and determine the best way to get the maximum compensation you deserve.
Call us right now. Consultations are always free and you will pay absolutely nothing unless we win your case.