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Crosley Law Firm:
No-Fee San Antonio Car Accident Attorneys
We Fight for Car Accident Injury Victims
Car wrecks are the most common cause of serious property damage, personal injury, and wrongful death in Texas each year. At Crosley Law Firm, our attorneys have successfully handled hundreds of car wreck cases. We will investigate all the causes of your accident and aggressively pursue a claim to compensate you for all the losses you’ve suffered.
If you’ve been injured or lost a loved one because of someone else’s careless behavior, call Crosley Law Firm right away. We offer free consultations so we can listen to the details of your unique situation and give you candid legal advice about what you should do.
And if we take on your case, we have a no-fee policy: We won’t charge you a cent unless we get you a settlement or win your case in court.
Call 210-LAW-3000 | 210-529-3000 or fill out the free consultation request form on this page, and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible!
Below, we have more information about car wrecks, insurance, and personal injury cases that will help if you have recently been injured in a crash.
Car Crashes Are a Major Problem in Texas
Every year in Texas alone, automobile accidents:
- Kill over 3,000 people
- Injure more than 200,000 people
- Cause nearly $26 billion in economic losses
In fact, Texas has not had a single day without a fatal car accident since November 7, 2000. That’s over 15 years of daily vehicle deaths.
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5 Mistakes to Avoid After an Auto Accident
How Much Is My Car Accident Case Worth?
The value of your car wreck claim depends on a lot of factors. One of the main factors is how much relevant insurance coverage exists. For example, many of our clients don’t realize that their own insurance policies may cover some medical costs. Crosley Law Firm will leave no stone unturned as we strive to get you the best value possible for your claim.
We take a comprehensive approach to litigating auto collision cases by identifying all potential sources of recovery. This includes investigating and documenting:
- The at-fault driver’s insurance policy and personal assets
- The liability of the manufacturers and sellers of mechanically defective parts
- Medical expenses
- Lost wages
- Pain and suffering
- Permanent injury costs
- Worker’s compensation benefits
If I’m in a Car Wreck, Shouldn’t Insurance Cover It?
Having auto insurance or health insurance will not fully protect you or your loved ones from the costs of other people’s negligence — especially when it comes to a car crash. Here are a few important things to consider about car insurance after a wreck:
- Insurance companies increase their profits by denying, delaying, and underpaying valid injury claims.
- Recent changes in Texas law have made it even more difficult for injured victims to receive full compensation for their medical costs.
- You should consult a qualified and experienced personal injury attorney before negotiating with an insurer or accepting a settlement offer.
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How Will Crosley Law Firm Fight for Me?
We will obtain all the investigative reports and documentation related to the accident, and we will conduct our own investigation using all of the resources we have available, including:
- Crash reconstruction experts
- Crash data from the vehicles involved
- Digital crash simulations
- Multimedia presentations
- Advanced medical imaging
- Cutting-edge recordkeeping databases
- And more!
These legal and technological assets help us to prove that the negligent driver caused your injuries. And they allow us to put a precise dollar figure on every cost and loss that you’ve suffered because of that driver’s negligence.
Texas Motor Vehicle Crash Statistics – 2016. (2017). Texas Department of Transportation. Retrieved from https://www.txdot.gov/government/enforcement/annual-summary.html
The content provided here is for informational purposes only and should not be construed as legal advice on any subject.