Compensation For Others’ Negligence
When you are injured, your entire life is impacted. You aren’t just dealing with the physical consequences of the injury, but with emotional and financial strain as well. Relationships can suffer, you may lose your job, and the course of your whole life could change. The physical and emotional consequences of a serious accident are real. If your accident was caused by someone else’s negligence, you should not have to shoulder the burden. The person responsible should be the person accountable.
At the Granbury, Texas, law firm of Donald L. Davis, P.C., we can help. While justice demands that the responsible party pays for the damages caused, it is no simple matter getting that person and the insurance company to pay. Our solo attorney, Donald L. Davis, has more than 40 years of experience helping clients through the process of obtaining maximum compensation for all types of accidents and injuries.
Handling A Range Of Personal Injury Matters
We represent clients in cases involving:
- Defective products: Including defective power tools, lawn and garden tools, kitchen appliances, gas, water, electrical, automotive parts, children’s toys and child products.
- Auto accidents: Including car accidents, truck accidents, motorcycle accidents, pedestrian accidents, bicycle accidents, dangerous roadways accidents, accidents caused by drunk drivers and accidents caused by distracted drivers.
- Professional negligence: These cases involve injuries, illnesses and damages that occur as a result of a professional not acting according to reasonable standards of professional care. Accidents can result from the negligence of medical professionals, lawyers, accountants, tech experts and other professionals whose errors have harmed you in any way.
- Personal negligence: Personal negligence involves the basic duty of care that is expected from everyone. It is when people fail to live up to this basic standard that injuries and losses occur. These cases can include anything from auto accidents to dangerous premises cases and faulty security cases.
- Wrongful death: The only thing worse than coping with your own personal injury is losing a loved one to the carelessness or direct actions of another person. If your loved one has died or suffered serious injury, stand up for them.
Without an attorney to represent you, you risk receiving compensation that is less than you deserve for injuries. Let us fight to maximize your compensation after a serious injury.