There can be many legal protections for those who have been seriously hurt or killed in an accident caused by negligence or fraud. Different types of expenses can be covered in a claim for damages. Future needs of the victim and his family can be paid by those responsible for the accident, too.
Under state law and federal statute, things like medical expenses, hospital costs, lost wages, pain and suffering, future lost earning capacity, and more can be covered. In cases of a tragic death, wrongful death damages may cover a wide variety of expenses (past, present, and future) as well as realities like funeral expenses and memorial costs.
It’s smart to ask questions.
It is wise to investigate how the law can provide and protect the victim and his family after there has been a serious accident. Of course, some questions can be answered by online research.
If you want to ask an experienced accident lawyer about your situation, then please know that Wigington Rumley Dunn & Blair LLP offers free consultations.
Our firm does not charge anyone who wants to discuss their situation, to learn how state or federal law might be able to help them and their loved ones deal with the aftermath of a serious or deadly accident.
Since 2002, we have offered free legal consultations to those who wanted to learn more, first-hand from an injury lawyer, about their situation.
Here are some questions that have been frequently asked in the past:
Wigington Rumley Dunn & Blair LLP Welcomes the Opportunity to Answer Your Questions
The reality is that if you or a loved one has been seriously injured or killed due to the wrongful acts of another, then you may have a legal claim for damages as well as the right to justice against the wrongdoer. Particularly in cases of defective car parts, defective design, oil field accidents, or environmental harm both state and federal law may apply.
Please feel free to contact any of our offices (Corpus, San Antonio, and Jourdanton) to schedule a free initial legal consultation with one of our attorneys.
We provide a toll-free number (866-494-4786) or you can send a direct email message to any one of our attorneys as well as calling one of our offices to schedule an appointment.
For more information, please review our verdict and settlement history and read summaries of some of our past cases.