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Auto Accidents

If you or a loved one has been involved in a car accident, call us at 469.619.7842 for legal representation. When you call, you will have an opportunity to discuss the details of your case with an experienced car accident professional. They will explain your rights, the legal options available to you, and how we can assist you with your auto accident case. Case consultations are absolutely FREE and are provided with no obligation to you.

The value of a car accident case can vary widely depending on a number of factors, but generally, case values are determined by:

  1. The significance of the damage to the property;
  2. The extent of injuries sustained by victims; and
  3. The size and type of insurance polices held by both the defendant and the plaintiff.

To get an idea of what your case is worth, we encourage you to contact our firm for a free car accident case evaluation.

18-Wheeler Accidents

Because tractor trailers have so much destructive potential (large mass equals large force), truck accidents often result in expensive medical care and lengthy recovery processes, including long term rehabilitation and life altering medical conditions. With such extensive damages, victims need substantial compensation to get the care they need while remaining financially afloat, but often the insurance company representing the defendant will make attempts to minimize the level of responsibility and payout.

If you or a loved one has been injured in a truck accident, you should consult an experienced truck accident attorney who will help you navigate the complex and frustrating maze of insurance company logistics and legal procedures.

To win your case, you will need to demonstrate that the liable parties failed to comply with safety regulations/duty of care and that their failure contributed to your injuries and other damages. A qualified attorney can help you collect, preserve, and examine evidence related to your crash.

The value of your compensation will depend on a number of variables, such as your age, the type and extent of your injuries, and your prognosis, as well as the strength of your case.

Pedestrian Accidents

If you or someone you love has been injured in a pedestrian accident in Texas, contact The Wright Law Office AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. The steps you take immediately following your accident are crucial and can affect your recovery down the line.

The root cause for most pedestrian accidents is bad motorist behavior. Pedestrians aren’t always blameless, to be sure, but it’s certainly the case that many car drivers struggle to safely operate their vehicle around pedestrians.

Common causes of these accidents include the following:

  • Drunk driving
  • Running a red light or stop sign
  • Making a right turn against a red light without looking for pedestrians
  • Making a left turn without looking for pedestrians
  • Distracted driving, such as texting while driving
  • Failing to yield right-of-way at marked crosswalks

If you want to obtain maximum recovery, you will have to beat back the efforts by the insurance company to reduce your claim. Insurance companies are businesses, and like any business, they prioritize profit above all else. They may say that they’re giving you a fair deal, but nothing could be further from the truth. Don’t let yourself get lowballed – seek help from a legal professional who can communicate directly with claims representatives to secure you an optimal case outcome.

Wrongful Death

Wrongful death is the result of an individual’s negligence that leads to another individual’s untimely death. A wrongful death case may arise in a number of different contexts, including car accidents, construction site accidents, swimming pool accidents, medical malpractice, even slip and fall accidents and fires in the home.

The goal of a wrongful death case and our wrongful death attorneys is to get compensation to the survivors and beneficiaries for their loss.

If someone you love died a wrongful death and you don’t know what to do, you may have a valid claim for those injuries.

Motorcycle Accidents

Many bikers take precautions to avoid accidents. However, too often the other driver’s mistakes cause serious accidents. Even when all safety measures have been made, there is no way to eliminate the risk, even for the most skilled bikers.

The common acts of negligence which contribute to motorcycle accidents include the following:

  • Failing to come to a complete stop before turning right on red in violation.
  • Running a red light or stop sign without seeing the approaching motorcycle.
  • Driving while distracted, perhaps by passengers or phone use.
  • Failing to yield right-of-way to the motorcycle, particularly during lane changes.
  • Exceeding the legal speed limit on the street and, therefore, unable to avoid a collision.
  • Failing to check blind spots for motorcyclists before changing lanes.

An attorney can help determine cause as well as liability by conducting an investigation of the crash site and working with accident reconstruction specialists, medical experts, and other relevant professionals to piece together exactly how the incident went down.

Bicycle Accidents

Bicycle Accidents are very common.  With increasing gas prices, many have turned to riding a bike for transportation.  It is a convenient and inexpensive way to travel.

Sadly, many motorists do not respect a bike rider’s rights to share the roads and many bicyclists do not realize they are required to obey the same traffic laws as motorists.

In many cases, a bike accident is the result of a motorist not paying attention while operating his or her vehicle. The following are some common types of collisions that a cyclist may be injured in:

  • A motor vehicle driver turning directly in front of a bicyclist
  • An automobile driver entering the street from a driveway or parking spot and pulls out into traffic in front of the bicyclist
  • A motorist’s failure to yield at an intersection or running a stop sign or red light
  • A vehicle driver’s inattention while driving past a bicyclist
  • An automobile driver’s failure to look both ways when resuming travel after stopping at a stop sign
  • An automobile driver is under the influence of drugs or alcohol

It is recommended that bike riders be defensive when traveling on the road.  Unfortunately the best way to avoid a potential accident is to be aware of your surroundings and watch our for inattentive drivers.

If you or a loved one has been injured in a bicycle accident, call The Wright Law Office now at 469.619.7842.