- Bicycle Accidents
- Boating Accidents
- Car Accidents
- Catastrophic Injuries
- Defective Products
- Distracted Driving Accidents
- Dog Bites
- Dram Shop
- Drunk Driving Accidents
- Fire Damage
- Government Claims
- Hit & Run Accidents
- Insurance Claims
- Motorcycle Accidents
- Oilfield Accidents
- Pedestrian Accidents
- Rideshare Accidents
- Slip & Fall
- Truck Accidents
- Vehicle Property Damage
Finding the right personal injury attorney is important, but it can also be a daunting process. With so many law firms to choose from, how can you be sure that you’re getting the dedicated and experienced advocate you need?
At Scott Law Firm, we believe that our commitment to the local community sets us apart. We are truly invested in helping individuals and families throughout the Conroe area recover from serious accidents and life-changing injuries. Our attorneys are ready to put their extensive experience on your side. When you choose our firm, we will be there for you every step of the way, fighting for your rights and working to maximize your recovery.
While the outcome of a case is never guaranteed, we have a proven process that has helped us recover numerous favorable settlements and verdicts on behalf of our clients. Our history of success—even in the face of complex challenges—highlights our dedication to aggressive client advocacy.
Our Conroe personal injury attorneys are prepared to help you obtain necessary medical care, fully investigate your claim, negotiate with the insurance company on your behalf, and even take your case to trial if necessary. We offer free initial consultations and do not collect any attorneys’ fees unless we are successful in securing compensation for you. Contact us today to learn more. Hablamos español.
Do I have a personal injury case?
To have grounds for a personal injury case, you must prove four key elements. First, you must establish that another person or party owed you a duty of care. For example, all motorists have a responsibility to others on the road to act reasonably and avoid putting anyone at risk. Second, you must prove that the other person or party breached the duty of care. In most cases, this means proving that the other person or party was negligent or acted wrongfully. Third, you will need to demonstrate that the other person or party’s breach of the duty of care was the proximate cause of your injuries. This means proving that, had they not acted negligently or wrongfully, you would not have been injured. Lastly, you must demonstrate that you sustained measurable damages. These can be either economic or non-economic and may include things such as medical bills, pain and suffering, lost income, and more.
How much is my claim worth?
While you may understandably wish to know the value of your claim from the start, unfortunately, it is not possible to determine exactly how much you may be able to recover in your personal injury case without going over the details of your situation. A variety of factors play a role in the potential value of your case, from the nature of the accident to the extent of your injuries to whether the insurance company argues that you were partly to blame. We encourage you to contact our team to discuss your case in detail during a free, no-obligation consultation.
Do I need to hire a personal injury attorney?
You are not required by law to hire a lawyer to file a personal injury claim. However, there are many advantages to working with an attorney. For one thing, the insurance company is highly likely to dispute or deny your claim. If you attempt to negotiate directly with the insurance adjuster, you may accidentally do or say something that can be used against you, such as admitting fault or downplaying your injuries. An attorney will not only know how to deal with the insurance company, but they will also be able to conduct a proper investigation, gather applicable evidence, and examine all possible avenues of compensation in your case. Your attorney can also represent you at trial if the insurance company refuses to offer a fair settlement.
How much does it cost to hire a personal injury lawyer?
Personal injury attorneys, including those at Scott Law Firm, work on a contingency fee basis. This means that their fees are contingent on them recovering compensation for you. In other words, you do not pay any out-of-pocket expenses; rather, your attorneys’ fees are paid via a percentage of your total settlement or verdict. This percentage will be discussed with you before hiring your attorney.
What sets Scott Law Firm apart?
Not only is it important that you find a personal injury attorney; you should also find the right attorney for your case. At Scott Law Firm, we only take cases we believe we can win. As your personal injury team, we will do everything in our power to not only secure the compensation you are owed but also to maximize your total recovery. Throughout the process, we will provide you with consistent communication and updates on the status of your case. We strive to remain available to you when you need us most, offering compassionate counsel and aggressive advocacy backed by extensive experience in personal injury law.