Allen Personal Injury Lawyer

Did someone else’s negligence lead to your devastating injuries? Have you suffered permanent changes to your life due to another party’s negligence? You may deserve compensation for any injuries sustained in your accident. Unfortunately, insurance companies or the liable party may not always make it easy.

At Stewart J. Guss, Injury Accident Lawyers, our Allen personal injury attorneys help our clients navigate the complexity of injury claims and provide them with comprehensive support as they decide what to do next.

We are a national law firm based in Texas with multiple offices around the country. We also work with affiliate law firms in most states that share our focus and dedication to excellence. No matter where you are located, we may be able to help you, so call or contact us now. We are open, for free, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, at 800-898-4877, or you may contact us now by clicking here to submit your case for review and discuss your right to compensation.

Personal Injury Guide

Severe Injuries in Allen? Stewart J. Guss, Injury Accident Lawyers Can Help

Stewart J. Guss, Injury Accident Lawyers, has spent more than 20 years handling catastrophic injury claims. Between 2017 and 2021, we received the “Texas Super Lawyer” designation from Thomson Reuters, and we have an Avvo rating of 10.0. At Stewart J. Guss, Injury Accident Lawyers, we want to help our clients maximize the compensation they can recover and provide them with comprehensive legal support as they manage their claims.

We Put Our Clients First

Our client-first approach means that clients' needs are top of the priority list. We work to keep our clients informed about everything happening with their claims and that they have the comprehensive support needed to feel confident in the outcome of their claims.

We Stay Available to Our Clients

Injuries and accidents can happen at any time of day. At Stewart J. Guss, Injury Accident Lawyers, we understand how difficult it may be to connect with a lawyer. You may need to contact an attorney at a time convenient to you, not during working hours. We have 24/7 availability for our clients. Furthermore, if our clients cannot get into the office for any reason, we can come to them or connect online for a consultation or appointment.

We Make Injury Claims Affordable

Often, injury claims can result in financial devastation. At Stewart J. Guss, Injury Accident Lawyers, we start with a free consultation to review prospective clients’ injuries and the basics of their right to compensation. Then, we take claims on a contingent fee basis. Our clients do not have to pay unless we win!

Did you suffer a severe injury in the Allen area? Contact Stewart J. Guss, Injury Accident Lawyers today to discuss your right to compensation.

Compensation in an Allen Injury Claim: What to Expect

After a severe injury, you may find yourself dealing with a lot of financial problems. Not only do you have high medical bills associated with your injuries, but you may also spend a lot of time out of work. That means the compensation you can recover for your Allen injury claim matters.

At Stewart J. Guss, Injury Accident Lawyers, we cannot guarantee the compensation you will recover as part of your Allen injury claim. Still, we can look at the various elements of your claim and the factors that may impact the compensation you can recover to give you a better idea of what you can expect as you move forward with your claim.

Who caused your accident, and does that entity carry insurance?

In many cases, when you file an Allen injury claim, you will file a claim for compensation through the liable party’s insurance company.

Insurance policies may, for example, cover:

  • Property owners
  • Drivers
  • Companies

The insurance policy that covers the liable party can significantly impact the compensation you will ultimately recover for your injuries since the insurance policy may dictate how much compensation you can recover and what elements you should include in your claim. In addition, you may discover that more than one party contributed to your accident. If you find that more than one party bears liability for your accident, you may have the right to file a claim against each entity.

On the other hand, if you need to file a claim against an entity that does not carry insurance, you may need to go up against that entity or legal team directly.

What injuries did you sustain in your accident?

The injuries you sustained in your accident can substantially affect the compensation you may recover as part of your Allen injury claim. The more severe your injuries, the higher the medical expenses and the other losses accompanying them. Work with your attorney at Stewart J. Guss, Injury Accident Lawyers to get a  better idea of what to claim for your current medical expenses and any future anticipated medical costs associated with those injuries.

Did you have to miss work because of your accident and injuries?

After an accident, figuring out the impact on your work can be dicey. Sometimes, you may get back to work reasonably quickly, even with severe injuries, because of the nature of your job. In other cases, your employer’s policies may keep you out of work for weeks or even months. Talk to your attorney about the time you had to miss at work immediately after the accident, because you needed follow-up procedures and therapy, or because you had to work limited hours after your return.

What other suffering did your accident cause?

Often, the most resounding impact of your accident hits your personal life, not your finances. You may suffer considerable physical pain from your injuries or struggle with the emotional impact caused by your accident. Talk to Stewart J. Guss, Injury Accident Lawyers to learn more about how to include those losses as part of your claim.

Allen Injury Claims: What You Need to Know

According to Texas law, you must file an injury claim within two years of the date of the accident to file an injury claim. If you fail to file a claim before the statute of limitations runs out, you may not have the right to have your case heard in court, and you may not receive compensation for your injuries.

Injuries due to another party’s negligence can have many sources:

  • Unintentional falls serve as a leading cause of injury across Texas for adults aged 65 and older. Falls may occur due to poor maintenance on flooring and stairs, a lack of handrails, and slippery flooring or spills.
  • Motor vehicle accidents, whether car, truck, motorcycle, bus, pedestrian, or bicycle collisions, cause 826 crashes in Allen every year. They produce traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, soft-tissue damage, and broken bones.

If you suffered any type of injury in Allen, Texas, due to the negligence of another party, you might need a lawyer to help you navigate your claim.

Fighting the Insurance Company After an Allen Accident

When you suffer severe injuries in an accident in Allen, you may have the right to compensation for those injuries. However, that does not mean that the insurance company that covers the liable party will make that process easy. Frequently, insurance companies will fight to limit the compensation they have to pay out following any type of accident, even if the victim sustained severe injuries and deserves compensation for them.

At Stewart J. Guss, Injury Accident Lawyers, we have the resources and experience to fight even the big names in insurance. This can help many of our clients pursue a better outcome in their claims.

What to Do After an Allen Accident

After sustaining any type of injury in an Allen accident due to another party’s negligence, talk to an attorney. At Stewart J. Guss, Injury Accident Lawyers, we provide our clients with comprehensive legal advice and support to help them navigate their claims from the earliest days.

We aim to help our clients understand how to deal with the insurance company and what steps they may need to take to protect their right to compensation.

  • Document your medical costs, including any co-pays, deductibles, or other up-front costs you may have had to pay while managing your immediate medical care.
  • Keep a journal about your recovery.
  • Check over any accident report to ensure accurate information about the accident.
  • Follow the instructions issued by your medical care providers.

If you have more questions about what to do next or how to protect yourself after an accident, Stewart J. Guss, Injury Accident Lawyers can provide you with more insights about your next steps.

FAQs About Allen Personal Injuries

When do I need to contact a lawyer to help with my Allen personal injury claim?

Any time you suffer injuries in an accident due to the negligence of another party, you should hire a lawyer to deal with the challenges you face. A lawyer can help guide you through the claim process and give you essential insights about the compensation you should expect and how you can navigate that road. Furthermore, insurance companies often take claims more seriously when a lawyer issues them.

However, some Allen injury victims may attempt to handle their claims independently rather than starting with a lawyer.

You may decide to bring in a lawyer if:

  • You have any questions about your right to compensation after an injury. You can start with a free consultation without obligation, so a lawyer can help you better understand your next steps.
  • The insurance company issues a very low settlement offer that does not reflect your unique needs and damages after your accident.
  • You have a hard time establishing or proving liability for the accident. In many cases, you may need the help of a lawyer to lay out the evidence from your claim, which can help prove who caused the accident.
  • The insurance company attempts to deny the extent of your injuries, when they occurred, or what treatment you need to make a full recovery.

If you suffered injuries in an Allen, Texas accident, contact Stewart J. Guss, Injury Accident Lawyers to discuss your next steps and your right to compensation as soon as possible.

Can I still file an injury claim in Allen if I did not immediately realize that I had suffered injuries in the accident?

Following many accidents, you may not immediately realize that you suffered injuries. Adrenaline kicks in, and you may not feel pain immediately. Sometimes, you may not immediately note the full extent of your injuries. Later, however, you may notice ongoing pain and other symptoms and recognize that the injuries occurred during your accident.

Can you still file a claim? Yes. However, the process may prove much more complicated. Work with a lawyer to make it easier to establish what caused your injuries and the compensation you may deserve.

How do I know who bears liability for my injuries?

Working with a lawyer can provide extensive information about your claim, including how much compensation you may deserve and how you can determine who bears liability.

In general, the liable party committed an act of negligence that led to your injuries. For example, in a car accident, the driver that failed to follow the rules of the road or who drove while distracted will generally bear liability for the accident. Talk to a lawyer about all the types of negligence that may have contributed to your accident.

Contact Stewart J. Guss, Injury Accident Lawyers Today for Help with Your Allen Injury Claim

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Stewart J. Guss, Allen Personal Injury Attorney

Trying to deal with a personal injury claim alone can leave you frustrated, struggling to get the insurance company to acknowledge the extent of the damages you may have faced. At Stewart J. Guss, Injury Accident Lawyers, we offer comprehensive assistance to Allen injury victims.

The legal team of Stewart J. Guss, Injury Accident Lawyers, is nationally recognized for protecting the rights of injured victims for more than 20 years. If an accident injured you in Allen, call our office right now for a free consultation! Because we take all of our personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis, you will not owe us a dime unless we win your case. We are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, so call us today at 800-898-4877 or contact us now by clicking here to discuss your right to compensation.