Experiencing a serious injury of any sort is a painful and often stressful situation for anyone to have to endure. Items like paying medical expenses, hassling with insurance companies, in addition to the physical pain, are just a few examples of what can make a serious injury so traumatic and draining.
Because of the physical, financial and emotional toll on you and your family, it’s important to get the right type of help when you’ve been injured in order to avoid making common mistakes and to obtain the best possible outcome.
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Here are just a few common mistakes made by people who’ve been seriously injured:
Mistakes like these make it very difficult to obtain that best case scenario from a legal perspective. What you need is a law firm with the experience and know how to help you avoid these legal pitfalls.
Under the rules of the state of Texas, you have a period of two years from the time of the injury in order to file your claim. It’s important to file your claim as soon as possible. Once the two year statute of limitations has passed, you will be unable to file your claim.
There are a number of important ways in which an Austin injury lawyer can help you file and win your personal injury case. The most important thing they can do is to help you shorten the amount of time it takes to win your case.
Terry & Kelly is an Austin, Texas-based personal injury law firm dedicated to making sure our clients are informed and are receiving the highest level of legal help possible. We handle all types of personal injury cases but some examples are:
If you’ve been injured in an accident in Austin, attorneys Jim Terry and Trent Kelly can provide the legal help you need. Simply give us a call or email us and we’ll schedule a free consultation where we talk to you personally and gather as much information as we can to determine if you have a case. After our consultation, we’ll give you our most honest assessment of the strength of your case and then to determine the next course of action.
As always, every personal injury case we take is on a contingency basis which means you pay no legal fees in the event we do not recover money on your behalf.