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Often times, it is hard to tell when to reach out to a legal team about your injury. How do you know if your situation qualifies for legal representation? As Dallas personal injury lawyers we see that time and time again. The best answer is to call our personal injury team for a free consultation.
When a person’s job, financial status, livelihood, body, or family has been affected, there is nothing to undo the pain that has been done. However, when you engage in the legal process, hire a personal injury attorney, speak up, and hold the guilty or negligent party accountable, you can have parts of those lost pieces returned to you. Because there are so many kinds of damage people can suffer, the following list is intended to show the most common types of personal injuries we see in Dallas, and is not a compete list.
People living in a vibrant bustling city like Dallas are often exposed to more risk and more injury. With constant construction, busy traffic, and crazy urban sprawl, the danger is everywhere. Car accidents, truck accidents, and all types of personal injuries can happen in the blink of an eye. Potential causes for personal injuries are everywhere. We put together a list of some of the causes of injuries that we work with as Dallas Personal Injury Lawyers. We hope this can help you know if your case qualifies, but remember this is not a full list. The best way to know this is to call our team for a free consultation.
Filing a lawsuit is not always straightforward. It could be complicated, and in some cases, a long-term process. The first step, in any case, is to assess whether the statute of limitations has run. In Texas, the statute of limitations for personal injury claims is two years under Texas Civil Practice & Remedies Code §16.003. This means that if a plaintiff tries to file their case two years after their injury, they are barred from bringing a lawsuit in court.
After a Dallas personal injury lawyer determines the statute of limitations, they would initiate the pleadings phase by filing a summons and complaint, alleging the facts of the case. Both parties would then assert their claims. If the case makes it past the pleadings phase, it goes to discovery, where each party develops their case for trial. If the case makes it through discovery, it goes to trial, very few cases ever do. At trial, the jury renders a decision, which could be appealed by either party.
Seeking personal injury relief can be challenging. There are procedures and concepts at play that could be overwhelming to take on without professional legal assistance. A Dallas personal injury lawyer could provide guidance and support for your personal injury case. They are there from start to finish. They could help negotiate with the insurance companies and take on your case at trial.
Find Out More about a Potential Claim: Contact a Dallas Personal Injury Lawyer at the Amaro Law Firm
A Dallas Personal Injury Lawyer at the Amaro Law Firm is ready to discuss your potential claim, explain your options, and help you successfully navigate the road to recovery.
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While money may never undo the damage caused by serious car accidents, compensation from these cases can be the key to restoring lives.
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*R. James Amaro:
Super Lawyer – Awarded by Thomson Reuters 2016-2020
Rising Star – Awarded by Thomson Reuters 2015-2015
National Trial Lawyer Top 100 – Awarded by National Trial Lawyer 2011-present
AV rated preeminent – Awarded by Martindale-Hubbell;
Lifetime Member in Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum – Awarded by
the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum
*Matthew A. Elwell:
Super Lawyer – Rising Star 2018, 2019, 2020 –Awarded by Thomson Reuters