If you’re thinking about pursuing compensation after getting injured, you can schedule an initial consultation with our firm. This is a free meeting that gives you the chance to speak to a Tom Green County, Texas personal injury lawyer and learn more about the potential value of your case. Taking some time to prepare for this consultation can help you make the most out of it.

What Should I Do Before an Initial Consultation?

Before your initial consultation, you can take some steps to make sure that you cover everything and learn what you need to during your meeting. We recommend that you:

  • Gather any evidence you have, like photos of where you got hurt
  • Bring medical bills and other correspondence from your doctor
  • Keep a journal detailing your injuries and recovery
  • Write down any questions that you want to ask
  • Be ready to talk about your medical history and the incident that caused your injury

The more information you give us, the more thorough our case evaluation can be.

How Long Should I Wait to Schedule an Initial Consultation?

You should not wait long to schedule an initial consultation with a lawyer if you are serious about pursuing damages. There is a time limit on cases like these. Texas usually gives you two years to sue in a personal injury case, but sometimes you have less time than that to take legal action.

This is why we recommend acting quickly. Get the medical care you need and then start to think about if you want to pursue a personal injury case.

Why Shouldn’t I Just Accept the Insurance Company’s Offer?

You may think that it is not worthwhile to sue for damages. It’s going to be time-consuming and stressful, so why not just take the first offer from the insurance company?

We’ll tell you why. The insurance company is trying to get out of this for as little money as possible. This is true whether you were hurt on the highway, an oilfield, or a construction site. Our lawyers can help you fight for fair compensation, and we’ll tell you exactly what we plan to do for you when you visit us for your initial consultation.

What is a Contingency Fee?

Most prospective clients have questions for us, and almost all of them want to know about payment. In personal injury cases like yours, we usually work on a contingency fee. This means that we get paid when you win. So don’t worry about upfront costs or whether you can afford legal help. Just visit our firm and learn more about your options. There’s no pressure.

Schedule Your Free Initial Consultation

If you’re ready to learn more about your legal options, contact the Mathis Law Firm and schedule your free initial consultation. We are ready to help you fight for the fair compensation offer that you deserve.