Over 22 million cars, trucks, motorcycles, and other automobiles roam Texas highways every day, according to the Texas DMV. With its more than 50,000 residents, Cherokee County has its fair share of autos traveling, commuting, and delivering every day.
Unfortunately, car crashes, motorcycle wrecks, and 18-wheeler accidents occur occasionally. When it happens to you or someone you love, we want you to know that you have a team of experienced Car Accident Lawyers serving Cherokee County, TX whenever you need to file a claim or dispute a settlement.
Not every car accident requires legal representation. If you’ve been in a minor accident where no one was hurt, and little to no damage was done to your vehicle, all you may need to do is file a police report. But if the accident resulted in your injury or the death of a family member, you are owed restitution.
The insurance company representing the other driver will likely offer you a settlement, but we recommend not accepting it until you speak with a Car Accident Lawyer near Cherokee County.
Insurance companies almost always give out smaller settlements than the victim involved really needs to cover medical bills and other essential expenses incurred because of the accident. The lawyers at Biggs & Greenslade will help you maximize your settlement and get the restitution you deserve.
It’s crucial to go to a hospital or see your doctor quickly after an accident. Receive medical attention helps you become aware of injuries you might have received and creates a medical record of damages that can be claimed in your lawsuit.
Your lawyers will do a thorough investigation into the details of the accident. This investigation often includes calling witnesses to get an account of what happened.
These are needed to keep the best record possible of any damages caused to your property. The cost for repairs will be calculated into your settlement.
Saying sorry is often a kind gesture and a habit for many people. But when it comes to a car accident, apologizing is the same as legally claiming liability, which may mean you don’t get a settlement.
The Personal Injury lawyers at Biggs & Greenslade are proud to serve residents of Cherokee County, TX with quality representation for no out-of-pocket cost to the client.
We operate on a contingency agreement, which means we only get paid if you get a settlement. If not, our firm will absorb the cost so that you owe us nothing
Your settlement is calculated by the sum total of damages, or losses, you’ve suffered. Some of these losses are monetary losses such as:
Other losses are non-monetary losses, which means they do not have a monetary value. These damages will be assigned a dollar amount so that they can be counted in the total restitution. Non-monetary losses include:
Our legal team is here to fight for you to get the restitution you are owed. Give us a call today to schedule a free consultation. We’ll examine your case, discuss possible outcomes, and answer any questions you have.