Secure Essential Damages With Our Plano Personal Injury Lawyers
In Texas, a “serious injury” or “catastrophic injury” specifies a debilitating injury that prevents a victim from maintaining their previous lifestyle. People who sustain these injuries typically require lifelong (and expensive) medical treatments and caregiving services. Unfortunately, these victims are often physically or cognitively incapable of holding gainful employment and are burdened by mounting medical bills and other injury-related debts. Texas courts are aware of the significant financial hardships associated with this type of injury. For this reason, they tend to award substantial damages to facilitate a victim’s physical and financial recovery. At the Zendeh Del Law Firm, PLLC, we understand that a serious injury can alter the entire trajectory of your life. Our experienced Plano personal injury attorneys can investigate your case and utilize cutting-edge negotiation and litigation techniques to help you recover compensation that provides for your altered lifestyle.
Securing Damages In A Serious Injury Lawsuit
Victims frequently sustain serious injuries after construction site accidents, traffic collisions and medical malpractice incidents. The court determines many factors before awarding compensation; for example, they need to thoroughly evaluate how your injury impacts your career, social life, and general standard of living. If your lawsuit is successful, you may recover economic damages that reflect your current and future medical expenses and overall loss of earning capacity. You can also receive noneconomic damages that account for your ongoing physical, emotional, and mental suffering. Catastrophic injuries include, but are not limited to:
- Spinal cord injuries
- Brain injuries
- Burn injuries
- Intense scarring
- Neck injuries
Plaintiffs have 2 years from the date of their injury to file a personal injury claim in Texas’ civil court system. However, it’s imperative that you retain trial-tested legal representation as soon as possible. It’s highly likely that the defendant is already preparing for your lawsuit, and you don’t want to give their legal team an advantage. Plus, if you accidentally miss the deadline, the court may refuse to hear your case and you’ll lose your right to compensation. Likewise, even if the court does decide to hear your case, the defendant has a legal right to request a case dismissal based on the statute of limitations. At the Zendeh Del Law Firm, PLLC, our dedicated lawyers can negotiate with insurance companies and rival legal teams to help you achieve a positive case result that reflects your legal and financial objectives.
Protect Your Future. Schedule A Consultation Today.
If you’ve sustained a serious injury due to the negligent actions of another person or corporate entity, contact the Plano personal injury attorneys at the Zendeh Del Law Firm, PLLC. During your consultation, we can discuss the circumstances surrounding your accident and help you identify the negligent party. By investigating your case and collecting essential evidence, we can develop a personalized litigation strategy that can procure essential damages.