- Personal Injury
- Car Wrecks
- Motorcycle Wrecks
- Trucking Wrecks
- Dog Bites
- Injuries to Children
- Injuries to Pedestrians
- Wrongful Death
Making a decision to file a lawsuit after you, your child, or another loved one suffers an injury is never easy. Money will not compensate for the physical or emotional scars one must bear after an accident that causes an injury. However, holding the responsible person accountable financially could discourage them from acting irresponsibly in the future.
A staggering 274 billion miles or more are traveled annually on Texas roadways. These billions of miles traveled also resulted in more than 250,000 people suffering an injury as a result of an accident during 2017. The Texas Department of Transportation estimates there is an accident every 59 seconds on Texas roadways.
Any type of roadway collision can cause a serious injury. However, when you are involved in an accident involving an 18-wheeler, the chances of serious injury are significantly increased. The sheer size of a truck makes it impossible for victims of a collision with a truck to escape without injury.
Dog bites from attacks can result in life-long injuries and scarring – both physically and emotionally. When you, your child, or a loved one is attacked by a dog, you expect the physical injuries to take time to heal but the victim may be unprepared for the emotional toll and life-long fear of dogs.
We expect when we send our children to school, camp, or daycare they are entering a safe environment surrounded by adults who will take measures to protect them. Unfortunately, a negligent or careless act can result in an injury which could change the lives of your child and your family forever.
Kearney Law Firm, PLLC can help you or your loved one who suffered an injury as a driver, passenger or as a pedestrian.
Nothing will ever make up for the loss of a loved one, particularly when that loss could have been prevented. Wrongful death lawsuits are one way to ensure your family gets justice. While money cannot replace a loved one, a financial award can ensure you and your family are not in financial jeopardy.