If you or a loved one have been injured as a result of another’s recklessness or a defective product, you may be able to file a personal injury claim. You could be entitled to receive both compensatory damages and punitive damages, if applicable. Brender Law Firm has the attorneys you need to resolve these types of cases and get the compensation you deserve. We will work with you in dealing with all of the details resulting from any unforeseen injury caused by the fault of others. We understand that personal Injury cases are extremely sensitive and our attorneys are here to fight for you and your family.
Why Choose Brender Law Firm
Our attorneys have over 68 years of combined experience and notable cases that back their ability to help in a variety of personal injury areas.
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Personal Injury lawsuits can be stressful so we want to help you understand what happens during the whole legal process. Compensatory damages are money that is rewarded to a plaintiff that can cover any damages, injury, or other costs that may have resulted from a destructive accident. This can be awarded to plaintiffs when an accident is proven to be caused by the negligence or unlawful conduct of someone else.
Punitive damages, sometimes referred to as exemplary damages, are an amount of money given to the injured party that exceeds the cost of damages and are implemented as a punishment to the responsible party in the hopes that it will prevent them from causing harm again in the future. This reward is not guaranteed and can only be considered for certain situations.
You may be asking yourself “What can I expect to get out of a personal injury lawsuit?” In Texas, the law allows anyone who has been injured by the negligence of someone else to be able to receive compensation to cover any and all medical bills or other expenses for the foreseeable future that are in relation to the damage caused. You may also be able to recover for any loss of income during the duration of your recovery. Texas also permits recovery for disability or disfigurement if caused by the collision. Recovery may also be awarded for any mental anguish, pain and suffering not only during the recovery process but for what may reasonably be anticipated in the future as well.
When working with an attorney at Brender Law, we ensure that our clients are aware of the case details and the potential outcomes within the case. We understand that our clients have already been through so much which is why we will never mislead or misrepresent your case. We have over 65 years of combined experience and significantly recognized success in helping working families in the following areas:
- Automobile and 18-Wheeler Collisions
- Wrongful Death
- Defective Products
- Jail Deaths
- Electrical Injuries
- Gas Explosions
- Insurance Bad Faith
- Train Collisions / Railroad Crossing / FELA
- Vicious Animal Attacks
Frequently Asked Questions
What do I do if I was involved in a motor vehicle collision but it was not my fault?
What should I bring when I see my lawyer?
What do I need to do about my wrecked car?
If you have collision insurance, we suggest you report the incident to them and have them arrange to give an estimate of the damage to your vehicle. If the collision is not your fault, the liability carrier of the person who caused the collision will pay for the damage to your car, although it is best to still contact your insurance first. If you do not have collision insurance, contact us and we can assist you if an injury was involved.