The Severe Consequences Of An Auto Accident Deserve Fair Compensation

A collision with an inebriated or sleepy driver on the roadways of Texas can result in serious injuries for you or a loved one. From spinal cord damage and brain trauma to death itself, the consequences are severe. Getting the treatment that you need to get back on your feet or monetary compensation for funeral expenses is not an option. It is a right.

If you or a loved one has suffered a catastrophic injury in a car crash, talk to an attorney at once. Let the legal team at Hoestenbach Law Group, help you determine how best to proceed with your claim today.

Your Accident Likely Wasn’t An Accident At All

Often a car accident isn’t truly an accident at all but a case of negligence. When drivers choose to operate vehicles despite not being in peak driving condition, they endanger those around them.

Examples of this include, but are not limited to:

  • Fatigue: Studies show that drowsy driving is as bad as driving while intoxicated.
  • Intoxication: Impaired by alcohol, drunk drivers are a hazard on the roadways of Texas.
  • Distraction: Cellphones are common distractions that can cause motor vehicle crashes.
  • Drugs: Like alcohol, drugs can impair drivers and cause them to behave erratically.

Don’t let a driver get away with being inattentive or neglectful. Let us help you seek the compensation you deserve today.

Take Advantage Of Our Concierge Legal Services Today

Your caution behind the wheel won’t protect you from the negligence of another driver. But we can quickly help you recover the damages you need to move forward.

As part of our concierge legal service, you can trust our dedicated personal injury lawyers to take care of your case from beginning to end. Schedule your consultation today using our online contact form or by calling us in Austin at 512-472-8865 or in Midland-Odessa at 432-219-6363. You may also use our online contact form to schedule a consultation with one of our skilled lawyers. We serve both English and Spanish speaking people.