"If you have been seriously injured and need money, don't wait. Call us to get your free consultation today."
PERSONAL INJURY ATTORNEY
Our Goal Is Simple...
To Get You The Money You Need And Deserve!
We understand that injuries sustained due to an accident can have a significant effect on how you approach life. The Pouncil Law Firm is dedicated to representing people who have been physically or psychologically injured due to the negligence or wrongdoing of another person, company, government entity or other entity. Our goal is to get you the money you deserve and need.
We've Got You Covered
Although truck, car and motorcycle accidents are probably more common, we represent people who are injured in other areas such as slip & falls, medical malpractice, workplace injuries, and injuries due to defective products. We also seek to bring justice to those who have had a loved one abused or neglected by a nursing home or a child who has been abused or neglected by a daycare. There are lots of areas where someone's carelessness could cause injury to another person. The Pouncil Law Firm is ready to help you in the area that fits your circumstances. Don't hesitate, call us today!
What Can The Pouncil Law Firm Do For Me?
We will aggressively pursue your case with passion. Negotiating with insurance companies on your behalf and if necessary we are ready and willing to take your case to a judge or jury for justice. Call us today for a free consultation. We'll be happy to discuss your legal rights with you and review your case. It is possible that waiting could cause serious legal problems with your case.
You Owe No Legal Fees!
You owe no legal fees unless we recover for you. This is referred to as a "contingency fee". In personal injury cases, a personal injury lawyer will charge a percentage of what they can recover for you, this is the most common way a personal injury attorney charges to represent clients. This places our interests with yours. Call us today for your free consultation!
How Does It Work?
In a nutshell, negligence occurs when a person or entity breaches a duty of care owed to you based on their action and that breach caused you or someone close to your injury or loss.
The specific legal duty is going to depend on the situation in which the injury occurred. For example, drivers have a duty to operate their vehicles with the level of care that any reasonable person would exhibit while on the road. Doctors have a duty to provide medical care with a level of competence that a reasonably skilled health care professional would use under similar circumstances. Manufacturers and distributors have a duty not to put defective or unreasonably dangerous products on the market.
Once it has been established that there has been a breach in the duty of care and that the breach caused you to suffer injury or loss, you may be entitled to compensatory damages or damages intended to compensate you for what was lost due to the accidents like medical bills, reimbursement for property damage, loss of income, pain and suffering, loss of consortium.
Is It Necessary To Go To Trial?
It depends. Insurance companies employ staff who are trained to minimize the amount of money they have to pay out on claims. This generally is not good for you since you want to receive the maximum amount of money you can get to cover medical costs, pain and suffering as a result of their insured. Unfortunately, insurance companies may give you an offer that is not adequate to fit your needs and so may be necessary to go to trial. We are capable of handling our cases in an aggressive manner, however, we are equally capable of helping you reach a fair settlement to help you get your money soon. We deal with the insurance companies, so you can focus on your family and getting back healthy.
What Is The Next Thing I Should Do?
Call us today! Further delay can you to lose valuable time and potential loss in your right to pursue your claim and receive the money you need. In Texas, the statute of limitations for personal injury cases gives you two years from the date of the injury to file a lawsuit in the state’s civil court system.