Lovelace Law, P.C. has substantial experience in personal injury claims,
including wrongful death and serious injury cases.
We have pursued numerous cases for clients whose loved ones were injured or killed on the job, in car accidents, or due to poor medical care. For our clients, we have received substantial settlements that ease the financial burden of the loss of a loved one.
Claims can include:
- Motor vehicle accident injuries
- Slip-and-fall injuries
- Defective product injuries
- Negligent security injuries
- Nursing home neglect or abuse
- Medical malpractice
- Wrongful death
At Lovelace Law, P.C., we represent injured individuals and surviving family members seeking compensation for catastrophic losses.
If you have been injured recently, you may already know that insurance companies do not always keep the promises set forth in their policies. They will seek to limit, delay, or completely deny your claims. Our job as your personal injury lawyer is to counter these tactics with the facts of the case, obtained through investigation, accident reconstruction, and knowledge of personal injury law and precedents relevant to your case.
Contact a Burleson Personal Injury Attorney
Our attorneys are effective in every kind of litigation or negotiation, including mediation. We will seek financial compensation for your medical expenses, time lost from work, and the misery and suffering your injury has put you through. In wrongful death cases, we will seek a sum that suggests the value of the deceased to surviving family members, whether as breadwinner, caregiver, or beloved child.
It is important, even though you may be in a difficult transition, to move resolutely to file your claim before the statute of limitations takes effect. We can help.
To learn more about personal injury representation, call Lovelace Law, P.C. at
Mediation. Negotiation. Experienced legal representation.
When you’re unable to settle the dispute on your own, Lovelace Law, P.C. works on your behalf toward resolution. Talk to one of our litigation attorneys today.