The law offices of Kraft & Associates, P.C., can help if you or someone you love has been injured in an automobile accident caused by someone else’s carelessness.
Our legal team can help you obtain fair compensation for your car accident claim, medical expenses and associated costs and losses, whether in pre-suit settlement negotiations, mediation, arbitration or at trial.
Call us at (214) 999-9999 or contact us online today for a free, no-obligation legal consultation.
The personal injury attorneys at Kraft & Associates, P.C., have been helping car wreck victims in Northern Texas since 1971, and we can help you, too. Please do not sign any documents offered by an insurance adjuster without legal assistance. It could cost you thousands of dollars!
A majority of car wrecks are caused by some kind of driver error. In some cases, an accident has been caused by an understandable mistake, but too often a car accident is the result of driver negligence, recklessness or impairment.
Auto accidents can vary in severity from a simple fender bender to a fatal crash. A more serious accident that results in personal injury will be investigated by the police in order to determine the cause and whether someone should be held responsible.
When drivers are found to have caused injury to someone else through negligence or recklessness, they can and should be held legally liable. You may also seek to hold third parties liable for car accidents caused by defective automobiles or parts or dangerous road conditions.
If you have been injured in a car crash caused by a careless or reckless driver or a third-party’s negligence, you may be entitled to compensation for:
Automobile accidents can result in an array of injuries from whiplash to hearing loss, broken bones to burns, and more. Serious injuries can result in the need for hospital stays, surgery, rehabilitation and lengthy recoveries, if not permanent disability.
It is crucial that your accident claim encompass all of your losses if you are to be made whole financially.
An experienced Dallas auto accident lawyer from Kraft & Associates can ensure that your rights and interests are protected. We are ready to:
In most cases, car wreck claims are settled with the at-fault driver’s insurance company before trial or even before a lawsuit is filed. However, insurance companies are for-profit businesses primarily concerned with their own bottom line.
Our firm is familiar with the tactics insurance companies employ to get injured parties to settle quickly for less compensation than they deserve. Hiring an experienced attorney like ours at Kraft & Associates puts a stop to deceptive or unprincipled insurance company practices right away.
In most cases, once we present a solid accounting of your injuries, losses and compensation due, we can obtain a fair settlement. When an insurance company will not do what’s right, we are prepared to go to court and prevail.
The law also imposes a time limit known as a statute of limitations on filing personal injury claims in Texas. Don’t delay the start of work on your claim. Contact us today for a free assessment of your case.
If you have received a settlement offer, do not sign anything. Let us review it for you at no charge.
Car accidents are an unfortunate fact of life that can happen to the even most cautious drivers. Minor traffic crashes can create stressful complications, and serious injury accidents can turn your life upside down.
At Kraft & Associates, P.C., our seasoned car accident lawyers have had extensive experience handling many automobile collision cases over the years. We represent victims in car accident cases, as well as families who have lost loved ones in crashes.
Below are answers to some frequently asked questions about car accidents. To get specific answers to your individual questions, contact us now for a free consultation.
A: The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reports that 31,549 people died and 2.44 million people were injured in motor vehicle traffic crashes in the U.S. in a single recent year. Among passenger vehicle occupants, 21,022 were killed and 2.07 million were injured.
In Texas alone, the Department of Transportation (DOT) reports a death toll of 3,531 in one recent year. Additionally, 17,011 people suffered incapacitating injuries in 13,616 serious injury crashes in Texas. The DOT reports that:
A: Many factors can contribute to car wrecks, and they often involve some type of driver negligence. Some common causes of crashes include the following:
A: If you have been seriously hurt in an accident, call 911. Even if your injuries do not seem serious at first, you should still see a doctor for a full medical exam to rule out internal injuries or other problems that are not immediately apparent.
If you do not require emergency medical services, take the following steps after an accident: