Auto Injury Lawyers - Have An Auto Injury? We Can Help

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Choose an Austin, TX, accident attorney who will treat you with courtesy and respect. Our main goal at Wayne Wright, LLP is your satisfaction, and we strive to provide every client with excellent service. We offer assistance for all types of motor vehicle accidents, including semi-truck accidents and accidents involving commercial drivers.

We want to help you protect your rights, so we offer insightful consultations and timely information. We may be able to further your case by conducting an investigation or negotiating on your behalf. If your case goes to court, we'll be there to represent you and explain the proceedings to you. We want our clients to benefit from our:

  • Personal attention
  • Competitive rates
  • Flexible appointments

Don't try to navigate the legal process on your own. Allow our Austin, TX, accident attorney to work with you. We'll take the time to thoroughly outline your options because we want you to make decisions that are in your best interests. The friendly office staff at Wayne Wright, LLPis waiting to help you schedule an appointment, so call us today for service.

Why Should You Hire a Lawyer?

Technically, you can file a personal injury claim against an insurance company by yourself. Some people choose this route when they've suffered only mild injuries and have the time to research the legal claims process themselves. Also, skipping an attorney will save you some money in legal fees.

However, an accident attorney— especially a personal injury attorney—can help you go up against big auto insurance companies and their team of lawyers. Your attorney already knows the personal injury laws and procedural rules and can effectively handle all the legwork for you. He or she will act as your advocate throughout the entire case.

Because an insurance company's lawyers have the knowledge to reduce compensation and even deny the claim altogether, hiring an accident attorney is the best option for people who:

  • Have suffered severe injuries.
  • Are faced with expensive medical bills.
  • Have experienced a significant loss of wages due to their injuries.

Generally speaking, a long-term injury isone that lasts for around a year or longer, while a permanent injury is one that disables you for life. These types of personal injuries seriously affect your ability to become and stay employed—not to mention the quality of your life.

Proving long-term and permanently disabling injuries can be tricky business, and your personal injury attorney probably will consult with each medical professional you've seen. He or she even might request the presence of your medical professionals during any legal proceedings.

Disputed Liability

When an insurance company disputes its policy holder's liability for the car crash, the company is basically saying that the policyholder is not at fault (or is at least claiming you don't have enough proof of fault) and, therefore, the insurance company is not responsible for paying for your damages.