Car Accidents

In a typical year, roughly 3,000 Texas motor vehicle accident fatalities occur, including deaths due to car wrecks, truck crashes and motorcycle collisions.

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Because of significant road safety risks such as drinking and driving, DUI accidents in Texas are often deadly. According to the United States Census, nearly 50 percent of Texas traffic accident deaths in 2009 were caused by drunk drivers. Add to that the increasing occurrence of distracted driving accidents—due to people texting behind the wheel, making cell phone calls and using dashboard tablets—and the numbers are even worse. All of these reckless and negligent drivers can cause a broad range of car accident injuries, including traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury and severe back and neck injuries. But even whiplash, which many insurance company adjusters will say is minor, can mean months or years of physical therapy and a lifetime of pain. Victims of rear-end accidents and head-ons alike need a reliable, relentless car accident attorney who will work hard for their justice so they can recover—physically, emotionally and financially. We know you’re probably in shock, unsure how to manage as the bills pile up, wondering if you even need an attorney. Sometimes car wrecks seem straightforward, as simple as a driver running a red light and hitting you broadside. Or the car next to you veered into your lane and forced you into a parked car. But when it comes to car accidents, nothing is ever straightforward. If the negligent driver asks to handle it without involving your insurance company, don’t listen. You not only need to call the insurance company and the police, you need to call a dedicated, fearless law firm that will put you first. And that’s where we come in.

Car Collision in Texas? Call Us Today

At the Carse Law Firm, we work tirelessly on behalf of our clients to help make sure all responsible parties are held accountable to the full extent of Texas Law, whether it’s filing a lawsuit against the guy who ran into you because he was drunk or texting, the woman who sideswiped you while making a cell phone call or the car manufacturer who installed defective brakes in your car. No matter what the circumstances, there are several important steps to take after an accident, starting with getting proper medical care. Once you’ve received any immediate medical attention you need, obtained the other drivers’ contact and insurance info and made sure the police file a report, the next thing to do after an accident is call an experienced, effective Texas personal injury attorney with a proven track record. And that’s us.

We Roll Up Our Sleeves and Work Hard For Every Client—One Injury Case at a Time

Let the Carse Law Firm aggressively pursue the negligent driver’s auto insurance coverage on your behalf. If you have been injured or lost a loved one in a car accident, we can pursue wrongful death benefits so you can start putting your life back together. Call the attorneys at Carse Law Firm today toll free at 877-865-2580 or (972-CALL-TOM) or contact us online for a free evaluation. Every discussion is confidential and you won’t pay a nickel unless we win your case for you. Serving the entire Dallas, Garland, Arlington and Mesquite, TX region one client at a time with compassion and personal attention.

Motor Vehicle Accidents

If you or a loved one has been severely injured or killed in a motorcycle or bicycle accident, contact motorcycle and bicycle personal injury attorney Tom Carse today at 972-CALL TOM or toll-free at 877-865-2580 for a free consultation or ask Tom a question by sending him an email using the contact form.

Car Accidents October 30, 2014