After a Personal Injury in Texas

Watch this video to learn about what steps you need to take after a personal injury in Texas to ensure you maximize your compensation.

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What should I do after being seriously injured in an accident?


There are several things that must be done after a personal injury to make sure you have a solid claim and your rights are protected. First, we need to make sure that the investigative agency was informed. For instance, were the police get informed? Was OSHA or any other necessary governmental entity, informed of the accident? The second thing that’s important is to seek immediate medical attention. This not only means going to the local hospital but also going to see your personal doctor. Typically when you go to a hospital, they are just going to look at life and death situations and only take care of that. There are going to be many injuries that are going to be untreated, which is why you need to go seek additional medical help.

The last thing that’s important to do is hire an experienced lawyer who can guide you and look into everything that needs to be done. For example, does there need to be an investigation? Does an expert need to be hired to go examine the scene or the area where the accident happened? If you have any questions, we are here to help.

Were you or a loved one seriously injured in an accident and have questions about what to do after a personal injury in Texas?
Contact our experienced Texas personal injury lawyers at Garcia & Ochoa today for a free consultation and case evaluation.
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Out of Town Legal Resources

Someone called our office looking for help with a personal injury claim in New York. We practice in Texas, but we found these personal injury attorneys in Buffalo, NY that did a great job with their online guides and videos. If you or a family member is ever in need of a personal injury attorney in New York take a quick look at their online personal injury resources.