Answering Your Questions Regarding Motor Vehicle Accidents
If you or a loved one was involved in a car, truck or other type of accident in San Antonio or the surrounding areas of Texas, you probably have questions about what happens next — especially if you are thinking about calling a lawyer. Below are the answers to a few of the questions we are frequently asked here at Gamez Law Firm. We hope you find them helpful.
Who Will Pay My Medical Bills?
If you have the right insurance coverage, your insurance company may pay for some or all of your medical expenses after a motor vehicle accident. If you do not have such coverage, or if you need help paying now, we can help you find a solution.
Do I Need An Attorney?
If you want to give yourself the best chance at obtaining the compensation you need and deserve, it is wise to work with an experienced personal injury lawyer from the very beginning. Learn more about why it’s smart to work with an attorney by visiting our Why You Need An Attorney page.
How Much Does It Cost?
At Gamez Law Firm, we work on contingency fee basis. That means you don’t have to pay anything unless we are successful in obtaining compensation for you.
How Much Is My Claim Worth?
The amount of compensation you may be able to obtain through a claim is entirely dependent on the circumstances of your case. A variety of factors can impact how much a claim is worth, including the extent and severity of your injuries and whether you had to miss work because of your injuries. In a free consultation, we can review your case and help you determine what it may be worth.
How Long Will The Process Take?
The length of the process depends on your case. At Gamez Law Firm, we know that waiting a long time is not ideal for most people. We strive to help you achieve a fair settlement as quickly as possible.
How Do I Prove That Someone Else Caused My Accident?
Proving that another individual or entity was negligent in your accident is an important part of obtaining fair compensation. Learn more about this process by visiting our How To Prove Negligence page.