A serious personal injury has a lasting impact on a person's life, including the inability to return to work. This causes financial stress and unnecessary burdens on a family's financial security.
If you've been seriously injured because of someone else's carelessness, you should be compensated for the financial and personal damages you've suffered.
When you choose an experienced personal injury attorney, you won't stress over what to do next.
The Personal Injury Attorneys at the Biggs & Greenslade Law Firm know how catastrophic a personal injury can be. So we put our experience to work for you.
We know how to navigate the complex mediation process so that you can move forward and put this injury behind you.
Contact us to schedule a consultation with our personal injury lawyers in Canton today.
Call today for a FREE case evaluation.
At Biggs & Greenslade, we're committed to keeping costs low for our clients.
You’ve already been through enough; you don’t need to worry about another financial burden. That’s why we seek to give you peace of mind during this difficult time.
To best serve our clients, we work on a contingency fee basis.
That means, before we take your case, we'll sign a contingency agreement with you explaining you don't have to pay us anything until the case is over. Our legal fee comes from the settlement you receive, not from your bank account.
It's pretty simple; we only get paid if and when you win your case.
In short, the answer is yes.
However, if you file a claim on your own, you may receive far less compensation than you actually deserve.
When you hire Biggs & Greenslade Law, we can accurately estimate the total value of your claim. Whereas, insurance companies are encouraged to offer you as little compensation for your claim as possible so they have more profit.
Some cases, such as a small fender bender that did not result in any injury, may not be worth pursuing. However, if you’re unsure, you are always welcome to call our office and see if you could benefit from our services.
We'll determine the amount of damage and what can be claimed for restitution during our free consultation.
In many cases, we can help you reach a much higher settlement than what the opposing party or the insurance company will offer without our help.
For example, in a survey by Nolo, injury victims received an average of $77,600 with an attorney negotiating on their behalf, while a person who handled their own claims averaged $17,600. That’s an increase of over 300%.
We’ll be candid with you about what cases like yours typically require to win your case and what compensation you may receive if you win.
If you live in Van Zandt County or the Canton area, set up an appointment for a free case evaluation to determine whether you have a strong case.
Our attorneys have a record of success. And we strive to exceed your expectations.
Attorney John Greenslade knows how insurance companies prepare for their cases because he defended insurance firms for eight years at the beginning of his career.
He understands their tactics and what they will do to keep you from receiving your deserved restitution. His experience allows him to have the foresight to defend you in the best way possible.
John will fight the insurance companies for you, so you don't have to stress about it.
Attorney Kenneth Biggs was a Smith County Assistant District Attorney for years before becoming a personal injury lawyer.
Most injury attorneys have minimal courtroom experience, but Kenneth has real trial experience from serving as a prosecutor. If your case goes to court, you’ll be glad you have Kenneth on your side.
Kenneth will put his experience in the courtroom to work for you.
Biggs & Greenslade Law always goes above and beyond.
As part of our dedication to clients, our legal team prioritizes communication by keeping you up to date with each new development in your case until it is resolved.
When you choose Biggs & Greenslade in Canton, Texas, you choose personal injury attorneys invested in you and your wellbeing.
How is my settlement calculated?
When dealing with personal injury law, settlements are categorized into monetary and non-monetary losses.
Monetary losses are the expenses you have as a result of the injury, such as:
Non-monetary losses, although not financial in nature, are assigned a dollar value to be added into your total settlement amount.
We’ll total these amounts to ensure your settlement fully takes care of your needs.
Don't hesitate to get in touch with Biggs & Greenslade today to schedule your FREE case evaluation. We look forward to serving you.