Serious Injury Lawyer in Fort Worth
Helping victims of car, truck and motorcycle accidents get full compensation
Personal injury attorney Coby L. Wooten has successfully represented clients who have faced extremely serious injuries. Attorney Wooten realizes the consequences of accidents due to negligence can be dramatic. A traumatic brain injury (TBI) can leave accident victims with a permanent decrease in motor skills, permanent mood changes, or trouble concentrating. Spinal cord injuries could potentially cause irreversible paralysis. Broken bones and fractures may lead to painful physical therapy and a long road to recovery.
If you or a loved one was seriously hurt due to somebody else's reckless behavior, you shouldn't have to suffer in silence. Contact experienced Fort Worth injury attorney Coby L. Wooten today. You might be entitled to compensation for your injuries. Attorney Wooten has dedicated his practice to helping personal injury victims of all types, no matter the cause of their accident. We understand how devastating these accidents can be and work tirelessly for the justice of our clients.
What is a serious injury?
Generally, a serious injury is one which requires a lengthy rehabilitation process or leaves someone with a permanent disability.
While virtually any accident can cause a severe injury, some accidents are more common than others. Having served personal injury victims in Fort Worth and throughout Texas, Fort Worth injury attorney Coby L. Wooten, Attorney at Law, P.C. has successfully fought and won sizable settlements and verdicts for injury victims suffering from a wide range of injuries due to somebody else's negligence. Types of severe injuries include:
- Traumatic brain injuries that result from a slip and fall accident, a serious rollover accident on the highway, or other types of accidents.
- Spinal cord injuries caused by motorcycle accidents.
- Severe burn injuries after a fire or explosion accident at a construction site.
- A broken bone or fracture after a slip and fall accident at a restaurant or hotel.
- A wrongful amputation as a result of a doctor's surgical error.
- Organ damage as a result of a car accident or medication error.
- Internal damage sustained during surgery after a car accident.
- Delayed serious injuries such as an illness related to long-term exposure to a hazardous chemical.
If you suffered a serious injury, you may need diagnostic tests, imaging tests such as MRIs or CT scans, surgery, hospitalization, medication, physical therapy and multiple follow-up appointments with doctors. You may also need medical equipment and home health care. Medical expenses can add up quickly and become overwhelming.
You may not be able to work because of your injury, resulting in a loss of income. This can lead to financial stress and you may wonder how you will be able to pay your bills.
Holding negligent parties accountable
If the negligence of another caused your serious injury, you shouldn’t have to pay. But recovering financial compensation is a complicated process. Negligent parties don’t accept responsibility for causing injury and even refuse to admit that they did anything wrong. This means you have to prove that their negligence was responsible for what happened.
You can’t count on insurance companies. Their goal is to pay you as little as possible – nothing if they can get away with it. They may question the seriousness of your injury or try to argue that it was pre-existing. Or they’ll offer you a settlement – one that falls far short of covering all your damages. It’s just another way of saving money for them.
Our firm takes your case seriously right from the start. We investigate your accident to gather evidence that proves another party was negligent. We carefully review all documentation related to your case, such as accident reports and medical records. We identify and interview witnesses. If needed, we consult experts who can help us prove our case.
Our attorneys fight the insurance companies to help you recover the financial compensation you deserve, whether that comes through a negotiated settlement or a jury verdict.
Let an experienced Fort Worth injury attorney help you
Some attorneys tell clients what they want to hear. Coby L. Wooten, Attorney at Law, P.C. is a Fort Worth injury attorney who gives honest answers to difficult questions. Your case is about more than just money. It's about justice. It's about holding negligent parties responsible for their actions. Case results matter here - and so do you. One of our attorneys will personally handle your case. There are no case managers at this firm.
Call (866) 408-0940 to schedule an appointment at our Fort Worth office. Your initial consultation is free and we don't get paid unless we win your case. That's because we work on a contingency fee basis. Let us put more than 30 years of personal injury litigation experience to work for you.