Brief History Of Personal Injury Law
Personal injury law goes back to ancient history. According to the old Testament of the Bible, it is written an “eye for an eye.” This Jewish law required equal punishment when harm is done to an individual. However, personal injury lawsuits as we know them did not appear until the 20th century.
During this period, personal injury law has been modified to fit the needs of our society. Unfortunately, many attorneys have been criticized due to a few frivolous lawsuits over the past 30-40 years. Despite the negative conations, this is a standard practice in our society to protect consumers and seek justice for those injured because of the negligence of others. Righting wrongs suffered by others is the paramount objective of personal injury attorneys and is due to centuries of legal precedent.
Our personal injury attorneys offer services to clients who have been hurt either financially or physically because of the delinquency of another person. Our lawyers are fully licensed in the state of Texas by the Texas State Bar to represent clients. If you have been injured, it is a very foolish idea to attempt to take the case on your own. By hiring an attorney who is a specialist in personal injury, you can be confident that a legal expert is representing your interests.
If you have been hurt in an accident through the fault of another, we will help you to secure compensation for any unfair losses that occur. In some instances. we may only need to provide simple advice and counsel for handling the case. If the case becomes more complex, we are also equally proficient during court proceedings to secure compensation due to property damage, repairs, medical costs, loss of wages, etc.
Your attorney will consider the severity of injury before proceeding. If your body needs an extended period of time to heal, your work suffers and medical costs soar, he will a secure the additional expenses so that you are fully compensated. Under such circumstances, it is imperative to hire an experienced lawyer because your chances of receiving due compensation will be higher. For more information, call our office to schedule a consultation.