A serious injury can derail your whole life. If you miss work, you’ll lose wages. Medical bills will start to pile up. Maybe your insurance will cover parts of it, but it’s not uncommon for health insurance companies to deny claims for injuries from accidents.
Darren Grant and Matt Flanery are board-certified Tyler personal injury attorneys dedicated to helping the citizens of East Texas get back on their feet after an accident. They have extensive experience with personal injury cases, both in court and out of court. Whatever has happened to you, they’ll be able to help.
Contact our offices today to schedule a free consultation. It costs you nothing, but you stand to gain your life back after an accident.
If you’ve been injured and it’s someone else’s fault, you should consider consulting a personal injury attorney. They’ll typically schedule a free consultation where you’ll describe the circumstances of your accident. Your attorney will go over the details of your case and explain whether or not you have a case.
It’s especially important to consult with a lawyer if your personal injury has resulted in lost wages, medical bills, disfigurement, or death. Personal injury law, or torts, is an avenue for people to get financial compensation when someone else injures them, even by accident.
A lot of lawyers will accept personal injury cases, but Darren Grant and Matt Flanery are board-certified in personal injury law. They’re also located in East Texas. If you’ve been injured, contact a Tyler personal injury lawyer to defend you.
If you’ve been injured in a car accident, you could be facing a long recuperation, lost wages from missing work, piles of medical bills, and a car you can’t drive. Grant & Flanery will be able to help get you back on your feet and feeling better.
Commercial trucks can weigh tons, and if you’re involved in an accident with one, you’re lucky to be alive. That doesn’t make the medical bills, time spent recuperating, and property damages any easier. Let us help get you back to working and living.
An accident is every cyclist’s nightmare, and every careless motorist a real threat. There are no minor motorcycle accidents, just close calls, serious injuries, and mounting medical bills. Schedule a free consultation with Tyler’s injury attorneys, and let us help you get back on your bike.
After we accept your case, we’ll begin work immediately to help you get back on your feet. We’ll investigate the circumstances of your accident, find evidence for a court trial, and negotiate with insurance companies. When it comes time to go to court, we’ll be prepared to argue for you.
Even before that, we can get you to a doctor or in physical therapy. We understand that you can’t wait to get back to work and that you have bills to pay now. That’s why we’ll help fund your recovery, whatever that takes. That way, you can get back to your life while we work on your case.
If you’ve been injured in a car accident and need a lawyer, contact Grant & Flanery today for a free consultation. We’ll help get you back on your feet.
If you’ve been in any way injured in an accident that wasn’t your fault, then you probably have a basis for a personal injury case. As our team of Tyler injury lawyers investigate the circumstances of your accident, we’ll look to find evidence that proves negligence, liability, or intentional harm. This can look different depending on your exact case but is the basis for pursuing a personal injury case.
You don’t pay anything unless we win your case. Every part of our fees comes from what the judge and jury award you. While we work on our case, you don’t pay us a fee or for the medical expenses you incur visiting doctors or going to physical rehabilitation.
When you hire us for a personal injury case, we’ll immediately begin investigating the scene. The first element of a successful personal injury case is finding evidence that proves the other party is at fault. Once we prove fault, we’ll move forward with the case in trial or during settlement negotiations.
It’s possible that we take a case to trial. The circumstances of your case, injuries, and the defendant may require that we plead your case in court. This is especially true if an insurance company doesn’t offer a settlement that covers your expenses. Ultimately, it’s your choice to take a settlement or go to trial, though.
A settlement is a lump sum payment the defendant offers in lieu of arguing the court in a trial. Often, it’s less than you would receive from a judge and jury. It is simpler, though, and usually quicker than a trial. It’s your choice whether or not to take a settlement, ultimately.
Contact us today to schedule a free consultation. We’ll be happy to go over the details of your case at no cost to you.