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The Gattis Law Firm understands that after the trauma of an unexpected accident, involving the legal system is not likely high on your priority list. However, it is important to understand that you may be eligible to receive compensation for your losses. The firm seeks to treat each client with the care and respect that they deserve while tirelessly fighting to maximize compensation. While you focus on your recovery, the firm can focus on achieving your goals and recovering your compensation.

The time frame in which a person is legally allowed to file a lawsuit is referred to as “Statute of Limitations”. For most personal injury claims the Statute of Limitations in Texas is two years from the date of the accident.

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Car Accidents

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Being in an auto collision has an incredible impact on you, your family, and your life. Whether the injuries you sustain are minor or severe, the firm realizes that there is also a great deal of emotional suffering and stress involved. Motor vehicle accidents can cause serious injuries and often involve:

  • Joint injuries and broken bones
  • Head and brain injuries
  • Neck injuries and whiplash
  • Spinal cord injuries
  • Severed limbs
  • Paraplegia.

Motorcycle Accidents

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Out of all the motor vehicles who use the roads and highways in the United States, motorcycle riders are considered the most vulnerable to debilitating and fatal injuries. If you or a loved one were involved in a motorcycle accident and the injuries you sustained were caused by the negligent actions and behavior of another motorist, you may be entitled to compensation necessary to pay for medical bills, property damage, and loss of income as well as pain and suffering.

Truck and Motor Carrier Accidents

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Truck and motor carrier accidents can lead to significant injuries or death. The cause of the accident is important when determining each case. The Gattis Law Firm will investigate to determine whether driver fatigue, truck braking capabilities, poor maintenance, or improper training were the result of the accident.

Distracted Driving

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According to the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, a large majority of drivers are distracted while driving. Common distractions include the use of cell phones, sending or receiving text messages, reaching for other objects in the car, or eating. The problem is so prevalent that an estimated 8 out of 10 accidents are the result of distracted drivers. Determining the cause of an accident is important when seeking a case resolution. The Gattis Law Firm takes care of the investigation while you and your loved ones focus on recovery.

Dram Shop and Drunk Driving Accidents

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In Texas, a victim of a drunk driving accident may be able to sue the owner of the bar which over-served the driver. The goal of such lawsuits is to hold bar owners accountable for the alcohol they (excessively) sold. If you were injured or a love one was killed in a drunk driving accident, you may be able to file a dram shop claim against the bar owner.

Catastrophic Injuries

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Catastrophic injuries usually occur suddenly and without warning and are considered any injury that causes immense emotional and/or mental anguish and physical pain. Injured victims may also suffer from permanent disabilities. These injuries often involve:

  • Severe injury to the spine, spinal cord, or brain
  • Severe Burns
  • Organ damage
  • Loss of limb or accidental amputation
  • Neurological disorders.

Dog Attacks

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Dog attacks can result in significant injury or even death. They can cause tremendous trauma and stress and leave a victim with scars, disfigurement, and permanent pain. An owner can be held liable for the injuries caused by his or her dog.

 

Attorney Dan Gattis played a vital role in getting Lillian’s Law passed in 2007, which makes an owner’s negligence of a dog who causes injury or death a criminal offense. Dog owners can be held liable under the following conditions:

  • They knew the dog had a dangerous propensity or had attacked another person before
  • The attack was caused by the owner’s negligence
  • The owner failed to keep their dog in an enclosed area or on a leash
  • The attack was intentionally caused by the dog owner.

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