Has someone else’s negligence led to an accident or serious injury causing you to suffer from a permanent disability?
The Dallas personal injury lawyers at Rasansky Law Firm are happy to discuss the facts of your case and your legal options moving forward for no cost. Call us today at 1-877-405-4313 for a free consultation.
Serious injuries often result in chronic pain and permanent disabilities. These disabilities can obviously have a profound impact on the rest of your life, your mobility, as well as your ability to earn a living. If someone else’s actions contributed to your injuries, why should you also suffer the financial consequences of their negligence?
The truth is that not only should you be compensated for your medical bills and lost wages, you deserve to be compensated for 100 percent of your related losses. This includes compensation for pain and suffering, disfigurement, future medical expenses, rehabilitation and assistive devices, loss of consortium, loss of future income due to a reduced earning capacity, and more.
How to win your claim & recover compensation.
In order to successfully recover the compensation you deserve following a personal injury, you need someone working on your behalf to investigate your claims, build your case, prove up your damages, prepare a lawsuit, and make an official demand. Personal injury claims in Texas can be very complex, and often rely on an expert understanding of the civil practice and remedies code, as well as relevant case law.
Our Dallas personal injury attorneys have helped countless people in your exact situation since we opened our doors in 1995, and we understand how difficult such an injury can be on your family — both mentally and financially. Our job is to handle your claim from beginning to end, while you focus on recovering.
Not only can you call or email us 24 hours a day to discuss your legal options free of charge, but we take all cases on a contingency fee agreement. This means that under no circumstances will we ever ask you to pay us a penny out of pocket, as we only earn our fee if and when we win your claim and put money in your pocket.
Injuries which commonly lead to permanent disabilities.
While disabling injuries can result from a number of different circumstances, our law firm has considerable experience helping victims of automobile accidents, falls, workplace injuries, and those injured by faulty products or defective machinery. We’ve successfully represented clients with various types of disabling injuries, including amputations, traumatic brain injuries, vision loss, hearing loss, spinal cord damage, severe burns, and more.
How much is my claim worth?
There are a lot of factors which go into calculating your total damages and determining the value of your case, including (but not limited to) the following:
- The cost of your existing medical bills.
- The expected cost of future medical expenses, rehabilitation, and assistive equipment.
- The value of your lost wages.
- If unable to return to work, the value of your expected wages up until retirement (including raises).
- The extent of your pain, suffering, and emotional distress.
- The existence and severity of any disfiguring injuries.
- And much, much more.
Recovering compensation is not going to be an easy task, as you can be certain the insurance company and their team of attorneys are actively working to counter your claims. Without a solid strategy backed by hard evidence and proof of your damages, the other side has no reason to settle or negotiate.
Remember that you only get one shot at bringing your claim in court, and one simple misstep could result in your claim being summarily dismissed. If you’ve been injured and would like to discuss your legal options for no cost, call or email us today.
Speak With a Dallas Personal Injury Lawyer For Free
The attorneys at Rasansky Law Firm are happy to speak to you about your potential case free of charge. If we can help with your claim, we’ll do so for no out-of-pocket cost to you. Call us 24/7 at (214) 651-6100, or toll-free at 1-877-405-4313.