If you've been injured because of a person's or organization's actions or negligence, you deserve justice. The Biggs & Greenslade Law Firm is here to help. We protect clients in Tyler, TX, Longview, TX, Kaufman, TX, Kilgore, TX and the surrounding areas from being taken advantage of by insurance companies and ensure the best possible outcome for your personal injury case.
Attorney John Greenslade is highly skilled and experienced to fight for victims who have been seriously injured because of a car accident, wrongful death, or some other tragedy. Nothing is more important to us than helping our clients get the justice and compensation they deserve.
John Greenslade has taken on some of the nation's largest corporations and East Texas' toughest cases to gain the highest award possible for their clients. Their experience in the courtroom, attention to detail with the cases they undertake, and availability to their clients are why personal injury victims throughout East Texas depend on them.
Some of the many types of personal injury cases we will litigate include:
If you’ve been injured in an accident, you should consider talking to a lawyer. Even if you choose not to pursue a personal injury case, a lawyer may help you understand what you should do in the aftermath.
If you’ve been injured in an accident, chances are the best way to get full remuneration for your injuries and loss of income is to file a personal injury claim, and Biggs & Greenslade are the personal injury lawyers you need to win:
If you’ve been involved in a motorcycle accident, chances are you have at least minor injuries that require medical attention. A Motorcycle accident attorney will be able to ensure you see a doctor and get compensation for your bills.
Car accidents are worryingly frequent in Texas, and an accident can leave you injured and unable to work. A car accident attorney will be able to help you get paid for the wages you’ve lost, amongst other things.
There are thousands of commercial vehicles on the road at any given time and an accident with an 18-wheeler can be devastating. A truck accident attorney will be able to navigate the difficult landscape of a commercial accident case.
If a family member was killed because of someone else’s negligence, you can file a wrongful death suit to receive the compensation that will help you fill in the gap they’ve left behind. A lawful death attorney can help.
Many personal injury attorneys do not charge out of pocket expenses that the client must pay. Instead, their fee comes out of the settlement awarded when the case is complete either in mediation or trial. This fee is an agreed upon percentage of the total settlement amount which is explained in the contingency fee agreement.
At Biggs & Greenslade, we also offer free case evaluations where we'll discuss your situation, explain the process, and help you determine whether a lawsuit is the best decision in your circumstance.
A Contingency Fee Agreement is a written contract that explains that you owe nothing out of pocket to your attorney for legal services. Instead, the lawyer's fee comes from a portion of the settlement awarded at the end of the lawsuit. If the case is unsuccessful, the law firm absorbs all legal costs so that you owe nothing.
You probably do not need a personal injury lawyer if the accident has not caused serious injury or significant damage to your vehicle. However, if you've been severely injured or a family member has been killed in a car accident, seeking legal counsel is crucial to ensure you get a fair settlement from the insurance company.
Many people have lost personal injury cases because they believed their claim was simple and straightforward and did not require the help of a lawyer. The best course of action is to give us a call and tell us about your case. We'll schedule a free consultation to discuss the details of the accident and help you determine the best next steps.
It is essential to your claim to get as much information as soon as possible about any injuries or property damages incurred. Right after an accident, remember to do the following:
Not apologizing may seem rude, but saying you're sorry can actually count as admitting fault and could hurt your chances of winning a settlement.
A personal injury settlement is calculated using two categories of losses: monetary and non-monetary. Monetary losses are expenses with a definite dollar value, such as medical bills or auto repair costs. Non-monetary damages do not have a dollar value but are assigned one to calculate the total settlement. These damages are classified as "pain and suffering."
Most personal injury claims do not go to trial. Instead, a claim will usually result in a "settlement" between the two parties—the plaintiff (AKA victim) and the defendant. The settlement is the agreed-upon compensation for the damages awarded to the plaintiff.
Call us today to schedule a free consultation with one of our experienced personal injury attorneys.
Let us represent you and your family during these complicated and stressful times. Our dedicated and knowledgeable team can provide you with strong representation and actionable advice. If you are ready to schedule your free consultation, please fill out our request form or give us a call.