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The attorneys at Naman Howell have the experience needed to defend clients against personal injury claims.  If you have had a personal injury claim filed against you after a tragic accident, we realize that the after-effects of these incidents can be very stressful. When this happens, our attorneys believe that the last thing you should be worried about is how to defend yourself against ridiculous claims.

Personal Injury Cases Explained

Personal injury cases are often complex in that the injured can seek liability for their injuries with the business, company, or organization that was supposedly responsible for the damage. It can even be shared between several parties. Injuries in these cases can be sustained in a variety of ways and often times they are simply a direct result of an accident.

What Is the Statute of Limitations on Personal Injury Claims in Texas?

The statute of limitations to file a personal injury lawsuit in Texas is two years.

The sooner you take action, the better we will be able to help obtain evidence such as:

  • Photos
  • Doctor's notes
  • Accident reports
  • And witness testimony that proves that your actions had no part in their injuries

Get in touch with an attorney as soon as possible if you have had a claim filed against you.

What Is a Wrongful Death Case?

Wrongful death is a phrase used to indicate that an individual died due to the negligence of another person.

Let our experienced lawyers navigate you through the process of defending your rights and proving that your actions had nothing to do with the accident. We know what evidence to look for and what questions to ask in order to disprove negligence in a wrongful death case.

Who Can File a Wrongful Death Lawsuit?

The surviving family members may be eligible to file a wrongful death lawsuit to recoup damages for:

  • Funeral expenses
  • Pain and suffering
  • Lost wages
  • And more



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