Don’t Wait to File Your Car Accident Claim
According to Texas Civil Practice & Remedies Code section 16.003, an injury victim has two years from the date of their car accident to file a personal injury claim or they will most likely lose their eligibility to do so. No matter how much time you think you have to file, it’s important to talk to an attorney about the details of your case as soon as possible, as the statute of limitations does have exceptions that can shorten the amount of time you have to file. Our firm offers free initial consultations, so you have nothing to lose. Call our firm to get started today!
Can I File A Car Accident Claim After Insurance Pays?
Since most insurance settlements state specifically that the amount agreed upon will be the only compensation paid, once you agree to a settlement it’s usually difficult to recover any more compensation. Furthermore, as many people discover that their injuries are more serious than they initially thought, signing an insurance settlement before you know the depths of your injuries can leave you without enough compensation to cover your medical expenses. Whether or not you have signed an insurance settlement, our firm is ready and willing to help you. Call our firm today to learn more about your options.
Handling Complex Legal Cases
Your accident may have been over fast, but the consequences can affect your life for a long time. Between medical bills, lost wages, and other expenses, you may not know how to move forward. The insurance company will try to take advantage, offering a lowball settlement to get your case to close without paying you anything close to what you need.
With our attorneys on your side, you don't have to put up with those tactics. We'll listen to your story and determine the full impact that the crash had on your life. Then, we can negotiate with the insurance company on your behalf to move toward a settlement that will pay for the full, long-term cost of your accident.
We Are Not Afraid of the Courtroom
In most cases, we can settle out of court with the insurance company. But if they won't make a fair offer, we're prepared to take them to trial and fight for a verdict in your favor.
If you're worried about whether you can afford an experienced car accident attorney in Troy, there’s no need to panic. At Oliver Law Group P.C., we handle personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis, which means everything from your free initial consultation through negotiations and trial is done at no up-front cost to you. If we win your case, our fee is a percentage of your recovery; if we don't win, you don't owe us a cent.
The sooner you contact us after your car accident, the better. Get our Troy car accident attorneys working on your case right away, before evidence disappears and witnesses' memories fade.
Call to set up your free consultation today.