Personal Injury

When it comes to dealing with a personal injury, understanding your rights can be tough. If your injuries were caused by the negligent actions of someone else, you shouldn't have to face the hardships of recovery on your own. And with many states setting different laws to govern injury lawsuits, it's important to have an experienced personal injury attorney working for you to help protect your rights and maximize your chances at successfully winning your claim. If you do decide to pursue an injury lawsuit in Texas, a number of state laws can come into play, which is why you can't afford to hire just any attorney to help you through your case.

Over the years I've worked with countless clients in and around the Houston area to help them seek justice for the injuries they've sustained due to someone else's negligence. Whether you've suffered major injuries in a devastating car accident, or you've been injured in a simple slip and fall accident that has left you laid up and unable to work I can help you seek compensation that can cover the cost of your medical treatment and help get you back on your feet.

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Texas Statute of Limitations on Personal Injury Lawsuits

Every state sets a statute of limitations that will limit the amount of time you have to file an injury lawsuit against the party you believe is responsible for your injuries. Typically these statutes can vary depending on the type of injury claim you want to file, but in Texas, the statute of limitations for personal injury cases is two years from the date of the injury. If you do not file your personal injury lawsuit within this given time frame, the Texas civil court will likely refuse to hear your case and your right to pursue compensation will be lost.

Texas Shared Fault Laws

In many personal injury cases, it can be common for both parties to share some level of responsibility for an accident that caused injuries. If the court does rule that you share some degree of liability, your case will likely be treated as a shared-fault incident and the total amount of compensation you receive will be affected based on your level of shared fault. In what's known as the "modified comparative negligence rule," the courts will reduce the amount of compensation that you receive by a number that is equal to your percentage of fault. This also means that if you're found to be more than 50% at fault for the accident, you will not be able to collect any compensation for your injuries at all.

For example, if you've been injured in a car accident and the court rules that you were 10% at fault for the accident because you were speeding at the time, then you will only be able to collect 90% of the compensation that you are awarded by the court. That's because your 10% of shared fault was deducted from the overall amount of compensation you can receive. So in the end, if you win a $100,000 settlement, you will only be eligible to receive $90,000.

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Personal injury lawsuits can require a lot of legal nuances, especially if your claim needs to be settled in court. That's why you can't afford to trust your case to just any attorney out there. Over the years I've picked up extensive knowledge and experience both inside and outside the courtroom working for injury victims across the Houston area. I care about the well-being of my clients, and I'm committed to doing everything I can to protect their rights by helping them get the compensation they need to get back on their feet. If you or someone you know has been injured in an accident call K.E. Bradley Attorney and Counselor at Law today for a free case consultation.

Personal Injury Attorney Serving Sugar Land, Texas

When you’ve been injured due to the negligence of someone else, you shouldn’t have to bear the burden of recovery on your own. That’s why I’ve spent years working with injury victims across the Houston area by helping them seek compensation that can help them recover and get back on their feet. If you’ve been injured in an accident, call K.E. Bradley Attorney and Counselor at Law for a free consultation today.