Midland Personal Injury Lawyers
A serious accident or injury can completely change your life. You might find yourself facing mounting medical bills, weeks or months off work, and significant physical pain and emotional suffering.
If someone else was at fault for the incident that caused your injuries, you do not have to shoulder these burdens on your own.
At Hanna Allen, PLLC, our personal injury attorneys in Midland, Texas provide highly personalized legal representation to those affected by the negligence of others. With over 150 years of combined legal experience, our team has the skills, knowledge, and resources to advocate for you and your recovery aggressively.
We have helped thousands of clients and have recovered hundreds of millions of dollars in compensation; no matter how complex or challenging your situation may be, we are ready to help you navigate the legal process and move forward with your life.
Different Types of Injury Claims We Handle
At Hanna Allen, PLLC, we represent individuals in all types of personal injury and wrongful death matters. We understand that no two cases are alike, which is why we take the time to get to know our clients and personalize our legal services to meet their specific needs, concerns, and goals.
Whether you were hurt while driving down the street or while on the job, we want to be the first team you call in Midland for legal counsel and representation.
You can depend on us to negotiate a settlement for your case, which can be done in a private setting without courtroom intervention. However, if your case must be taken to court for litigation, then our team will be ready to stand before the judge on your behalf.
What is the statute of limitations for personal injury claims in Texas?
In Texas, the statute of limitations for most personal injury claims is two years from the date of the accident.
What types of damages can I recover in a personal injury claim?
You may be able to recover damages for medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, and other losses related to your injuries.
Do I need an attorney to file a personal injury claim in Texas?
While you are not required to have an attorney, it is highly recommended as navigating the legal system can be complicated, and having an experienced attorney on your side can increase your chances of receiving fair compensation.
How is fault determined in a personal injury claim?
Fault is typically determined by analyzing evidence such as witness statements, police reports, and physical evidence from the scene of the accident.
How long does it take to settle a personal injury claim in Texas?
The length of time it takes to settle a personal injury claim varies depending on factors such as the complexity of the case and whether or not it goes to trial. Some cases may be settled within months while others can take several years.
They assisted my loved one during an unbelievably difficult time, helped provide peace of mind while easing some of the stress.S.
Highly recommend this law firm! We felt like they really cared and we were part of their family. Jeffery did a thorough job of explaining in terms we could understand.Cie K.
Mr. Hanna worked long hours, spent countless days preparing for settlements and trials. His compassion for the law and his clients is far better than anything I could have expected or wanted.Justin D.
Great people! They go above and beyond and have helped my family and I more times than I can count. Highly recommended!Laura M.
Took really good care of us in a professional manner. I’m very pleased with the results and would recommend to anyone.Heaven R.
I had always heard great things about Hanna Allen, and after Meeting Mr. Hanna I too was very pleased with the way he showed me respect and compassion.Shawn F.
What are Damages in a Personal Injury Case?
“Damages” is a term used to refer to the collective economic and non-economic losses resulting from an accident or injury.
Some examples of common damages in personal injury cases include:
- Medical expenses
- Future medical care costs
- Medical equipment and devices
- Prescription medications
- Lost income, wages, and benefits
- Loss of future earnings
- Pain and suffering
- Lost earning capacity
- Diminished quality/enjoyment of life
Our Midland personal injury attorneys can review the details of your case to determine which types of damages you may be entitled to receive, as well as the overall potential value of your claim. We do not charge anything for initial consultations and case evaluations, and we only collect legal fees if/when we recover a settlement or verdict on your behalf.
Proving Liability in Your Personal Injury Case
To have a valid personal injury case, you must prove that someone else—whether another person, a business or company, a manufacturer, a government agency, or some other entity—is responsible for your injuries and resulting damages.
To prove liability in your personal injury case, you (or your attorney) will need to demonstrate the following:
- You were injured.
- You sustained measurable losses or damages.
- Defendant owed you a duty of care.
- Defendant failed to uphold or breached the duty of care.
- Defendant’s negligent act/omission or intentional conduct was the cause of your injury.
Often, the duty of care is implied. For example, all motorists must exercise due care when sharing the road with others. They have a legal responsibility to obey the law, drive with care, and prevent foreseeable injury to others. This is the duty of care, and a motorist who drives recklessly or carelessly has breached it. When they cause accidents, they can be held accountable for victims’ injuries and damages.
Everything else is more difficult to prove. Our team can draw upon decades of collective legal and practice experience, though, to find evidence that helps build your claim. Everything from police reports to medical records and photographs can be helpful.
Trust Your Recovery to a Team That Cares
Getting back on your feet can seem like an overwhelming and lengthy process. While recovery may take time, having our experienced team by your side can make all the difference.
If you have suffered a serious injury, or if someone you love tragically passed away due to the negligent or wrongful conduct of another, turn to Hanna Allen, PLLC for the compassionate, personalized legal representation you deserve. We are prepared to do everything possible to maximize your recovery, even if that means taking your case to court.
Schedule a free consultation with our caring and experienced team today. Call (432) 220-3331 or contact us online to get started.