Were You Injured In An Auto Wreck?

If you have been injured in a motor vehicle accident, the Kyle Law Firm is here to advocate for you. We take the time to learn about your case and will work with experts to present the full extent of your injuries and get your deserved compensation.

Our attorneys are board-certified in personal injury law — an accolade conferred upon fewer than 10 percent of lawyers in the field. The state has recognized our ability to practice at the highest level of our profession. We're here to put our experience to use for you, offering representation to victims of car accidents, trucking accidents, ATV crashes, motorcycle wrecks and related motor vehicle collisions.

Filing Accident Claims

After an accident, filing an injury claim is anything but a straightforward process. In most circumstances, an attorney is crucial to getting the settlement you need to pay for medical expenses. If the death of a loved one is involved, matters become more complicated still.

Your claim might be denied in whole or in part for legitimate reasons, usually related to the coverage limits of your policy. When you receive the denial letter, check it against your contract to be sure it is correctly supported. Should you still feel that your claim has been unfairly denied, you can go to court.

Accidents with more than one car involved are usually more complex. A driver's license obliges the holder to drive with care and responsibility — an obligation legally called "proper lookout." If you have been subjected to serious damages and feel the other driver has been careless, you might be entitled to start a lawsuit against him or her. In this instance, it is very important to have legal advice and representation from an experienced lawyer.

Damages in an Accident Claim

There are several types of damages you can sue for. These include:

  • Medical expenses
  • Pain from your wounds
  • Lost wages
  • Costs of ongoing care

Bear in mind that the other driver can claim you are also responsible for the accident, which may reduce the amount of your compensation or even leave you uncompensated altogether. An experienced lawyer will make sure you receive your just repair.

Proving Driver Liability

Proving the liability of the other driver can be complex, especially if you or another passenger of your car suffered serious injuries. You'll have to prove that they were sustained during the accident, which can be very difficult if you're dealing with insurance companies on your own.

Lawyers, however, are accustomed to this kind of process. We will chart the shortest and most effective way to reach the desired end.

Our Team Is Prepared to Help You

Our founding attorney, Matt Kyle, is Board Certified in Personal Injury Trial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization - fewer than 3 percent of Texas lawyers have this recognition in this area. It proves that he has in-depth knowledge of personal injury cases.

Get the justice you deserve. Call (830) 476-7780 today.