Conroe Personal Injury Lawyers Seek the Compensation You Deserve

Serving our Texas community for more than 35 years

Given the size and the scope of the Houston–The Woodlands–Sugar Land metropolitan area, accidents are bound to happen. This includes Conroe, the county seat of Montgomery County, a city of about 103,000 residents, any of whom could suffer a severe injury at work, on the road, or visiting any of the local businesses or attractions. If you are ever hurt due to someone’s negligence, you can turn to Hope & Causey, P.C. Our personal injury attorneys will protect your legal rights as you focus on your physical recovery. Trust us to handle your case with skill and a focus on winning.

Assisting with a wide range of injury issues

People come to our law firm with serious injuries resulting from many different accidents and situations, such as the following:

  • Auto accidents — Distracted driving, operating a vehicle while intoxicated and other forms of careless and reckless driving create dangerous situations for everyone on the roads and often lead to serious motor vehicle accidents.
  • Pedestrian injuries — It’s important for motorists to watch out for pedestrians, especially at intersections with marked crosswalks. If they fail to do so, it can result in serious injuries or death for those on foot.
  • Truck accidents — The sheer size of commercial trucks means they often cause a great deal of damage when a crash occurs. Driver error, unbalanced loads in trailers, equipment failures and poor road conditions are the most common causes of truck accidents, such as vehicle rollovers and jack-knifing for tractor-trailers and 18-wheelers.
  • Traumatic brain injuries — Some accidents lead to traumatic brain injuries, conditions that may last the victim’s entire life. Our attorneys are passionate about fighting for individuals suffering from TBI, working to get them the funds they need for long-term medical care.
  • Wrongful death — If the actions of another party have caused the death of a spouse, child or parent, you may be able to seek compensation. Potential damages for wrongful death include medical bills, funeral expenses, loss of financial support and emotional pain and suffering.

A bodily injury can lead to a great deal of physical pain and suffering, while leaving you unable to earn a living for yourself and those who depend on you.

Do I need a personal injury lawyer?

When you are injured, your focus should be on your physical recovery. Apprehension over your legal case can hamper that recovery and attempting to resolve the case on your own can push you beyond your limits. In the end, you will probably wind up with a smaller settlement than if you’d sought professional help at the start.

The better approach is to work with an experienced attorney who can pursue monetary damages from all responsible parties. A skilled attorney will carry out the following:

  • Thoroughly investigate the accident
  • Preserve physical evidence and witness testimony for potential litigation
  • Locate witnesses who can testify to the facts of your accident
  • Identify all potential defendants in the case
  • Assess the proper value of your case to make an accurate demand for damages
  • Negotiate with an insurance company from a position of strength
  • Ensure that you meet all filing deadlines and that your forms are professionally produced
  • Strengthen your case by retaining qualified experts to testify to the cause of the accident and the extent of your losses

These actions will put you in a far better position to recover your full economic losses as well as compensation for your pain and suffering. We take these responsibilities seriously and work tirelessly to deliver the results you deserve.

How much does it cost to hire a personal injury lawyer?

At Hope & Causey, P.C., we work on a contingency fee basis, meaning that we get paid only if we recover damages for you through a settlement or trial verdict. After securing a damages award, we deduct the court costs and other expenses of the litigation and take a percentage of the award as our fee. Studies have shown that personal injury plaintiffs who retain attorneys do far better than those who attempt to represent themselves, even after paying legal fees and expenses.

Damages you may be entitled to recover

If a defendant is legally responsible for your injuries, you may seek to recover your economic and noneconomic losses. These include:

  • Medical bills, present and future
  • Present and future lost earnings
  • Physical pain
  • Mental suffering
  • Loss of quality of life

Without the assistance of a knowledgeable attorney, you could easily settle for far less than your case is actually worth.

How long does an injured party have to sue in Texas?

The statute of limitations for bringing a lawsuit in Texas is two years from the date of the injury. However, exceptions apply if, for example, you only discovered the injury at a later date or you were a minor at the time of the injury-causing incident. It is important that you obtain legal representation promptly, so that your attorney can investigate the accident and gather and preserve evidence to strengthen your case.

Meet with a respected Conroe personal injury lawyer

If you or a loved one has been injured due to another person’s negligence, the skilled attorneys at Hope & Causey, P.C. are ready to help you. Our office is based in Conroe, and we serve clients throughout Montgomery County, San Antonio, Houston, and the surrounding areas. For a free initial consultation, call 936-441-4673 or contact us online today.