4544 Post Oak Place Dr
St. 350 Houston, TX 77027
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Our experienced attorneys will be by your side regardless of your legal needs. You may be struggling with how to move forward following an unfortunate event, or perhaps the insurance claims process is becoming complicated. We assure you that we will provide guidance for dealing with your situation, and we will take good care of your most vital legal needs and concerns.
When we take your case, we are prepared to advocate on your behalf and bring the case to court if necessary, but don’t assume that going to court is the only option. While this might be the optimum choice in some situations, we consider it to be a secondary approach if settling out of court makes more sense. Primarily, we will examine avenues to resolve the case outside of the courtroom. Negotiation, mediation, or arbitration are alternatives to litigation. However, if going to court is in your best interests, our attorneys have the experience and knowledge to successfully handle your case in court.
Our focus is to help you navigate the complexities of insurance claims and seeking recovery for injuries. However, people choose us for more reasons than these. We want our clients and their families to be positioned on a path by which they can pursue their lives happily following an unfortunate event. We will counsel you on steps you can take to steer clear of obstacles and threats to your interests going forward.
Typically, the answer to this is absolutely not. Insurance companies are looking out for their own best interests and will try to get you to settle for an offer that is far below what you deserve. At McLaurin Law, we can help you seek an appropriate settlement.
After an accident, you should typically file a claim with the insurance provider of the negligent party who is responsible for your accident. It is important that you move with haste in filing a personal injury claim with the insurance carrier after an injury has occurred. Should a lawsuit eventually become necessary, it is also important to keep in mind that in the state of Texas, you must file a personal injury lawsuit within two years of the date the injury occurred.
Your number one priority should be your well-being. Seek out medical advice as soon as possible to ensure that you get the treatment you need. You should also move quickly to consult with an attorney to assist you with your personal injury claim. Critical events occur early in the personal injury claims process—such as interviews with adjusters and early damages assessments—so do not delay speaking with an attorney.
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