Azle Car Accident Lawyer
If looking for an Azle, Texas car accident lawyer call (972) 599 4100. We will start working on your case immediately. Attorney Doug Goyen has represented residents of Azle in auto accident injuries since 1997. The Law Office of Doug Goyen has settled thousands of car accident cases for millions of dollars for our clients. We provide powerful, experienced, and aggressive representation for our clients. You can count on us to get the compensation you deserve for your case.
- We get the insurance company to pay your accident-related medical bills. Ambulance, emergency room, ER doctors, radiology, family doctors, specialists, chiropractic, therapists, and any other medical bills incurred as a result of your accident are all covered.
- We help our clients find medical facilities that can treat them for their accident-related injuries.
- We help our clients find medical facilities willing to defer collection on their bills until the insurance company releases payment related to their injury.
- We get the evidence needed to prove liability so there is no excuse for the insurance company to delay or deny payment.
- We gather the evidence needed to get our clients paid for their lost income from missing work due to the accident.
- We get the evidence needed to get the full value of pain and suffering, and other ways the injury has caused damage to our clients, so our clients get the full settlement value for their case.
- Spinal Cord Injury
- Brain Trauma Injuries
- Burn Injuries
- Internal Organ Injury such as Liver, Kidney, Adrenal Injury or Adrenal Hemorrhage
- Catastrophic Injury
- Neck and Back Injuries, including Whiplash Injury, Cervical Radiculopathy, Bulging Discs and Herniated Discs, Anterolisthesis Injury
- Facial Injury, including Orbital Fractures, Eye Injury, Detached Retina, PVD Eye Injury and Eye Floaters
- Leg Injury, including Knee Injury, ACL Knee Injury, Collateral Ligament Knee Injury,
- Shoulder Injury including Rotator Cuff Injury
- Ankle and Foot Injury
- Pelvis & Hip Injury
- Chest Injury
- Arm Injury, Hand and Wrist Injury
- Soft Tissue Injury
- Post-Traumatic Arthritis
- Wrongful Death
- Tailgating Accidents
- Speeding Accidents
- Debris Causing Accidents
- Driving while Fatigued
- Failure to Yield Accidents
- Hit and Run Accidents
- Multiple Car Crash Accidents
- Negligent Entrustment and Accidents
- Reckless Driver Accidents
- Distracted Driving Accidents
- Road Rage Accidents
- Side-Impact Accidents
- Head-On Collisions
- Red Light Accidents
- Unsafe Lane Change Accidents
- Rear-End Accidents
- Intersection Accidents
Check to see if anyone has been injured. Check to see if you are hurting more than you realize. Accidents are traumatic, unexpected, and sudden. The shock of the accident frequently causes people to underestimate the severity of their injuries. Check on your passengers next. After that, check on the people in the other vehicles involved. If anyone is hurt, seek medical attention.Dial 911. Please notify the dispatcher if anyone is injured. Police and paramedics will be dispatched to assist. Police will secure the scene of the accident, assist injured people until paramedics arrive, and then take statements from those involved in the accident.Make a list of the witnesses’ contact information. If there are any witnesses at the scene of the accident, get their names, phone numbers, email addresses, and any other contact information they may have. The other driver may appear to be admitting fault, but their story may change when the police arrive or when they report it to their insurance company. If this occurs, you will require the witness information.NOTE: If you are injured and unable to complete any of the tasks on this checklist, call a friend or family member to come to the scene and assist with the checklist.Obtain identification and insurance information. All other drivers should exchange identifying information as well as auto liability information. Anyone involved in a car accident in Texas is required by law to exchange this information, regardless of who is at fault. Take pictures of your identification and insurance.Take pictures of the vehicles that were involved in the accident. Take photos of the other vehicles’ damage, the points of impact, and the license plate numbers. Take photos of any skid marks on the ground as well as any debris on the ground.Take pictures of the road in both the direction you were going and the direction you were coming from. Take pictures of where the other drivers were going as well as where they came from.Cooperate with the officer of the law. The officer will compile an accident report. You want your statement to be included in the report. Inform them of your side of the story. Inform them if you are injured, in pain, or experiencing any discomfort that you were not experiencing prior to the accident. Everything will be documented in the police report.Azle Police Accident Reports: The Azle Police Department has their accident reports available online here: Azle Police Accident Reports.Texas DOT Accident Reports: Another place to locate accident reports is through the Texas Department of Transportation. If it has been 2-3 weeks or longer since your accident, the report is likely on this database as well: Texas Department of Transportation Accident ReportsInform paramedics if you have been injured. Allow the paramedics to assess your condition. They have been trained to recognize symptoms and signs that your injury may be more serious than you realize. Inform them of any pains or discomfort you are experiencing.
Emergency Rooms: If you decide to go to the emergency room on your own, the following emergency rooms are located in the Azle, Texas area:
- Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Azle: Emergency Room – 108 Denver Trail, Azle, Texas
- Surepoint Emergency Center Azle – 611 NW Pkwy St, Azle, Texas
- Other Emergency Rooms in the DFW area
If you are injured, do not speak with any auto insurance companies. Allow your lawyer to speak for you if you have been injured. If you are injured, the job of the insurance adjuster is to try to minimize your claim as much as possible. They will do whatever they can to get you to say something that will get them out of paying at all.Get medical attention for your injury. If you don’t know where to go or how to pay for treatment, the Law Office of Doug Goyen can find medical facilities that will treat you while deferring payment on their bill until your insurance company releases payments for your injury.Photograph any visible injuries. Take pictures of any visible bruising, cuts, abrasions, or other injuries. The insurance company will want proof of any injuries, and photos of the injuries from the accident will be helpful.Get an estimate for your vehicle’s repair. Make your own estimation. The insurance company will provide you with a quote that is less than the actual cost of repairing your vehicle. They do this because some people do not repair their vehicle after an accident and instead use the money for other expenses. This allows the insurance company to save money by paying less than the actual cost of the damage. If there is a dispute about liability that arises, you need your own estimate to prove the amount of damage that was done.Body shops often write free estimates – they want your business. Body shops in the Azle, Texas area that can write estimates and do repairs for your vehicle include:
Keep duplicates of all bills and receipts. Anything you have had to pay or owe as a result of the car accident must be reimbursed. Make copies of everything and give them to your lawyer so that you can be reimbursed for your expenses.Keep an eye on what you post on social media. Assume that everything you post will be seen by the adjuster or the lawyers for the insurance company. They will use any means possible to cast doubt on your injury, so be careful what you post.Call the Law Office of Doug Goyen. Speak to our lawyer. We will start working on your case immediately. Call (972) 599 4100.
The Law Office of Doug Goyen represents people who need representation for themselves or a family member who has been injured or killed in cases involving the following practice areas:
The Texas Department of Transportation recorded 1,866 rural traffic fatalities in 2019, with 731 individuals killed in incidents at or near junctions and 600 killed in head-on collisions. In Texas, there were no death-free days in 2019. While we deal with the insurance company and preserve your rights, you may concentrate on getting healthy and caring for yourself and those around you.
Large commercial trucks inflict significant damage and injuries. In the United States, about 500,000 truck accidents occur each year. Large truck accidents claimed the lives of 4889 persons in 2017. From 2009 to 2017, the number of people killed in major vehicle accidents climbed by 42%. We will fight for you to ensure that you receive the money you are entitled to and that your rights are protected while you recuperate.
Every year, drunk drivers inflict serious injuries and deaths. In the United States, roughly 28 people are killed in drunk-driving accidents every day, or one every 52 minutes. We can assist you if you were hurt by a drunk motorist. We fight their insurance companies to make sure you're compensated for the harm and injury they've caused.
Pedestrians who are hit by cars can sustain catastrophic injuries. In 2017, 5,977 pedestrians were killed in traffic incidents in the United States. That means one person dies every 88 minutes. A total of 137,000 pedestrians were treated in emergency departments for nonfatal crash-related injuries in 2017. We assist pedestrians who have been hit by cars in obtaining compensation for their injuries.
Bicyclists who are hit by a vehicle are at danger of serious harm. Bicyclists are involved in around 2% of all fatal car accidents each year. Since 1975, the number of cyclists killed has tripled among those aged 20 and up. Head injuries cause the majority of bicyclist deaths, stressing the significance of wearing a bicycle helmet. We represent bicyclists who have been struck by inattentive motorists.
We assist customers in collecting compensation for their injuries when bars or restaurants continue to over-serve inebriated people, and those people create accidents that result in injuries. Drinking establishments are held liable under Texas law for overserving clearly drunk patrons who then go out and injure or kill innocent people.
We defend the rights of motorcyclists who have been injured by inattentive driving. In 2019, 5,014 motorcyclists were killed in motorcycle accidents, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. (NHTSA). In 2019, motorcyclists were roughly 29 times more likely than passenger car occupants to die in a crash per vehicle mile traveled. We are suing the insurance company for full compensation.
If negligence is shown, the property owner is accountable for injuries, such as slip and falls, that occur on their property. Every year, over 800,000 people are admitted to hospitals as a result of falls, with the most common traumas being a head injury or a hip fracture. Unpaid medical costs, lost income, pain and suffering, and other injuries or damages may be the property owner's responsibility.
Our firm represents people who have been harmed by another person's animal. Over 300,000 people visit the emergency room each year as a result of dog bites. Many people who present to hospital emergency rooms with dog bite injuries are hospitalized, necessitating surgical procedures and long-term pharmaceutical treatment. Negligent dog owners are liable for any damage their dogs cause.
Construction sites are among the most hazardous places to work. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there were 5,333 fatal work injuries in the United States in 2019, a 2% increase from the 5,250 recorded in 2018. Many accidents occur as a result of hazardous working conditions. If you were injured on the job, walking through, or driving through a construction zone as a result of someone else's negligence, you may have a claim against those responsible.
Working in an office, factory, construction, or railroad is fraught with danger. In 2018, there were 488 fatal workplace injuries in Texas. In 2018, 5,250 workers in the United States died as a result of fatal occupational injuries. That equates to 9.29 percent of all deaths. Our legal team can assist you if you have a non-subscriber workplace injury claim, a construction accident, or any other type of personal injury claim.
When a person dies as a result of negligence in a car accident, his or her family and estate have a claim against the negligent parties. The Texas Wrongful Death Act and the Texas Survival Statute both allow for recovery. We represent families and estates in their efforts to obtain restitution for their losses.
Directions to our office from Azle, Texas: Head east on I-30 to Dallas. Take I-35 north near downtown Dallas. Look on the right as you are just leaving downtown Dallas to exit to the right onto the North Dallas Tollway. Take the North Dallas Tollway northbound, and pass I-635. Approximately 2 miles past I-635 you will come to the Keller Springs exit. Exit at Keller Springs and make a u-turn heading back southbound on the service road. Our building is on the service road, 2 buildings south of Keller Springs at the Madison Business Center on the 6th floor.
By Doug Goyen, firstname.lastname@example.orgCar Accident Community Pages Near Benbrook:
- Auto Accident Attorneys near me
- Fort Worth, Texas Car Accident Lawyer near me
- Grand Prairie, Texas Car Accident Lawyer near me
- Irving, Texas Car Accident Lawyer near me
- Flower Mound, Texas Car Accident Lawyer near me
- Lewisville, Texas Car Accident Lawyer near me
- Bedford, Texas Car Accident Lawyer near me
- Denton, Texas Car Accident Lawyer near me
- Personal Injury Attorneys near me
- Fort Worth Personal Injury Lawyer near me
- Arlington Personal Injury Lawyer near me
- Frisco Personal Injury Lawyer near me
- Garland Personal Injury Lawyer near me
- Irving Personal Injury Lawyer near me
- McKinney Personal Injury Lawyer near me
- Plano Personal Injury Lawyer near me
- Denton Personal Injury Lawyer near me
- Grand Prairie Personal Injury Lawyer near me
- Lewisville Personal Injury Lawyer near me