Many people start their Texas construction injury cases just like you did: waking up in a hospital bed, remembering the accident—and the overwhelming fear when the doctor told you your leg could not be saved.
It was a dark moment, and unfortunately, it hasn’t gotten much brighter. The amount your insurance company offered you won’t cover the cost of your medical bills, and your employer is denying you the funds for your prosthesis. How are you supposed to go back to work when your work won’t help you heal?
You have no choice: you need legal help. Here’s what you should look for when hiring an attorney for your Texas loss of limb work injury case:
- Experience. A reputable DR Horton work accident attorney should have a significant amount of time dealing with these kinds of on-the-job injuries. For example, our attorney Brain Beckcom fought and won for the rights of a building inspector who was injured in a fall on a DR Horton construction site.
- Accessibility. You want to be able to contact your attorney at any time. Make sure your lawyer takes the time to answer all your questions, and doesn’t seem eager to shuffle you off to a staffer.
- No risk. Beware of any lawyer who wants to see money up front, or who wants you to sign a client agreement before he has heard the particulars of your case.
- No fees. From the moment you place your first phone call to his office, your contact with an attorney should always be FREE. An injury attorney who wants you to pay court costs or who charges you fees he can’t explain is not someone you want working for you.
The experienced Texas injury attorneys at VB Attorneys stand by our advice: we pay all court costs and fees, and we never ask you for any money up front. You pay us only when we win you a settlement. Find out the difference a great attorney can make by calling (877) 724-7800 today for a FREE case evaluation.
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