Each year, thousands of people are seriously injured or killed due to negligent accidents or the recklessness of others. If you have suffered as the result of another’s actions, or a loved one has died in a tragic accident, you may be eligible for financial compensation for your loss and pain. Contact the Law Office of Marco Sanchez, P.C. for compassionate legal advice in New Braunfels, Dallas, Hays County, Comal County, Collin County, Bexar County, and anywhere else in Texas.
Whether you were hit by a drunk driver or slipped and fell on your neighbor's sidewalk, allow a skilled attorney to explain your options. Attorney Marco Sanchez is well versed in a variety of personal injury cases, including those involving:
If you’ve been injured as a result of someone else’s carelessness, contact Attorney Sanchez to schedule a free consultation of your case.
If someone else’s carelessness caused your injury, you may qualify for financial compensation. Texas law categorizes damages into two distinct types: economic and non-economic.
Economic damages can be quantified and therefore easier to prove to insurance companies. They can compensate for things like:
Medical expenses (both current and future)
Lost earning capacity
Funeral costs (in the case of wrongful death)
Non-economic damages cover things that cannot be quantified. They are designed to cover aspects that can’t be reimbursed dollar-for-dollar, including:
Physical pain and suffering
Decreased quality of life as a result of your injuries
Physical impairment or disfigurement
Ask an experienced personal injury attorney in New Braunfels, Texas, for a professional opinion on your options. Do not assume you cannot receive compensation, and do not settle your claim with the insurance company without getting all the facts. Dealing with the insurance company on your own can be one of the most frustrating things you will have to do. Let the Law Office of Marco Sanchez deal with the insurance company while you heal. Attorney Sanchez represents clients in New Braunfels and Plano, Texas, as well as those throughout Hays and Bexar counties.