Plano Slip and Fall Lawyers Who Win You More Money – And Don’t Pay Any Medical Bills Until After You Win Your Claim!
We won 19 of the Top 50 personal injury settlements in Texas in 2021, according to TopVerdict.com.
Hundreds of 5-Star Reviews Online
When You Get Hurt Because of a Property Owner’s Negligence, You May Find Yourself Dealing with Several Stressful Problems.
- Medical bills piling up
- Recovering from your physical injuries
- The property owner’s insurer arguing about payment
- Not having money while your legal claim resolves
- High emotional stress and trauma
- Texas law not making it easy to get fair compensation
How will you manage all these overwhelming problems?
When you choose Mullen & Mullen Law Firm, you don’t have to. Simply focus on your recovery. That’s it. Let us handle all the stressful and frustrating details. Our attorneys will:
- Connect you with medical professionals and institutions willing to delay payment until after you win your claim. Plus, we’ll connect you with the leading providers in Plano. Not only do they delay payment, but they treat you like a human and help you get back to normal as fast as possible. These are specially negotiated relationships you can only access once you become our client.
- Help you make any current medical bills you already have go away. This includes even if you think you’re broke and have no ability to pay.
- Make sure the property owner or their insurer pays. Our combined 95 years of experience means you get among the best slip and fall lawyers in all of Plano. Some of that was even working for insurance companies. So, that means now we know exactly what they’ll do before they even do it. We’ve also been around long enough such that just the sight of our name changes how negotiations go. We’ll make sure you get fair compensation. And we’ll do everything in our power to win you maximum compensation.
- Leverage Texas law to your advantage. Make no mistake about it…Texas law is not on your side when it comes to slip and fall claims. So, the compensation you get depends a lot on your slip and fall lawyer’s ability to use Texas law to your advantage. Because we have 95 years of combined experience, you can relax, knowing you’re in good hands and that you have a great opportunity to win max compensation.
- Help you keep your mind in check too. A slip and fall can be devastating. Imagine breaking your hip and being unable to walk, work, or do the things you love for months. Imagine suffering a traumatic brain injury and having physical health issues that remain for the rest of your life. These things can and do happen. We will connect you with experienced counselors who know how to help you process through your emotional trauma.
What Can Mullen & Mullen Provide That Other Law Firms Can’t?
You need an attorney in Plano but not just any will do. You should have the best. You should be wary of any law firm who will be passing your slip and fall case on to an inexperienced junior attorney or paralegal to work on while they simply supervise.
Make sure to ask WHO will be handling the day-to-day details of your claim. Many firms profit from handling a higher volume of cases that are worked by lesser experienced staff members that settle for smaller amounts.
The outcome of your slip and fall case depends a lot on the skill and care of your lawyer. We don’t have any junior attorneys or paralegals. If you choose our Plano law firm, an experienced lawyer will handle your case from start to finish. This means you will have a far greater chance of obtaining the maximum settlement your case warrants.
With Mullen & Mullen Law Firm in Plano, you’ll get access to the best slip and fall lawyers, but you won’t pay anything until after your claim is settled and paid by the insurance company. You will also get:
A private investigator who’s a firm employee at no added cost.
Mike Foster has more than a decade of service with our law firm. Not only does he know all the right questions to ask so you maximize the value of your claim, but he is also an employee. Most private investigators are contracted, and their fee comes out of your settlement. Because we employ Mike, that saves money. And we never pass the cost of his services on to you.
A 29% contingency fee instead of the industry standard 33.3%.
Unlike most firms, we reduce our attorney fee when we settle your case without having to file a lawsuit (about 90% of cases settle out of court). Because of our proven track record of success, you have a much higher chance of settling your claim without it requiring litigation which can drastically increase the time involved thus the attorney’s fees.
More Reasons to Choose the Slip & Fall Lawyers at Mullen & Mullen
In Plano, you have hundreds of slip and fall lawyers to choose from. So, why would you choose Mullen & Mullen’s slip and fall lawyers? You already learned several reasons. And honestly, you’ll have a hard time finding the same overall value with any other firm.
But if what you’ve read so far already isn’t enough, look at some of the personal achievements of our three slip and fall lawyers:
- Firm founder Regis Mullen has 56 years of experience working slip and fall claims. That’s longer than most slip and fall attorneys have been alive! When he first started out, he began as a litigator working for the insurance companies. Not long after he began his career, he decided to represent slip and fall victims, rather than the property owner’s insurer. So, now he uses what he learned to win your slip and fall claim. That means he can quickly win arguments with insurers that could otherwise take weeks to resolve. Plus, he uses his more than five decades of experience to mentor the firm’s two other slip and fall lawyers, Shane Mullen, and Joseph Morrison.
- Shane Mullen, Regis’s son, now has 21 years of experience of his own. He’s known he wanted to be a slip and fall lawyer since the third grade. During his career, he’s won several million-dollar claims. One client, Priscilla Hughes, won a claim versus Walmart, the company with the highest overall revenue in the United States (even larger than Amazon). The settlement amount was kept confidential. But Shane proved he can win a claim versus any size of company. He’s now a member of both the Million Dollar and Multimillion Dollar Advocates Forums and Rue Ratings’ Best Attorneys of America. Both organizations are invite-only and accept just the top 1% of all attorneys. This means Shane legitimately earned his membership to both and did not buy his way in.
- Joseph Morrison now has more than 18 years of experience and a similarly long list of achievements. One client he represented won the fifth largest premises liability verdict in Texas in 2012. The case was entitled Young v. ConAgra Foods. Today, ConAgra foods is an $11 billion dollar per year publicly traded company. Just like Shane, Joseph is also a member of the Million Dollar and Multimillion Dollar Advocates Forums. In addition, he also belongs to The National Trial Lawyers: Top 100 Civil Plaintiff Trial Lawyers and The National Trial Lawyers Top 40 Under 40. Again, all these organizations are invite-only and accept just the top 1% of all slip and fall attorneys. They are completely based on merit. And you cannot buy your way in.
The point is that no matter which of Mullen & Mullen’s lawyers takes on your claim, you’re in great hands. In fact, you’ll be in the hands of one of the best slip and fall lawyers not just in Plano, but in the entire country. So, you truly do have an excellent opportunity to win at least fair compensation, and possibly even max compensation for your injuries!
One major insurer reports that the average claim settles for 2-3x the insurer’s original offer. Many of our claims settle for 10-15x. And some even settle for 20x…or more!
You Can Afford the Best Slip and Fall Attorneys in Plano Because You Pay Only After You Win Your Claim.
Plus, Put Thousands More in Your Pocket Because We Charge a 29% Contingency Fee Versus The Industry Standard 33.3%.
You might worry that you can’t afford our slip and fall lawyers after reading about all their accolades.
But you can. In fact, anyone can. That’s because we only charge a case fee after you win your claim. You pay absolutely nothing out of pocket. And you pay only out of your final settlement winnings.
So, you can easily afford Mullen & Mullen’s slip-and-fall lawyers.
The next step is to schedule your free consultation by calling (972) 947-3370.
It’s absolutely free. You have no obligation to purchase. And we won’t put any irritating high sales pressure on you to hire us on the spot.
Simply learn how we can help. Get all your questions answered. And, like many other clients, you may find you have a winnable claim when other firms turned you away.
So, schedule your free consultation today by calling (972) 947-3370.
What Are The Most Common Injuries Caused by Slip and Falls?
You can experience catastrophic injuries that affect you the rest of your life. Fortunately though, most injuries are relatively short-term and you can fully recover from them. These could include:
Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
The CDC says falls are actually the leading cause of TBI. TBIs can be relatively benign or completely devastating. A minor TBI could be a mild concussion that makes you feel woozy but which soon heals with rest. A severe TBI can cause lifelong seizures, cognitive impairment, and drastic mood changes that completely derail your life.
Hip injuries are no joke. 95% of all hip injuries happen because of falls, according to the CDC. The average hip injury results in surgery, a week-long hospital stay, and then admission to a nursing home for extended rehabilitation. The CDC also adds that about 20% of hip injuries result in death.
Back and Spinal Cord Injuries
On the more mild side, you may simply experience a slipped or herniated disk. Though it’s painful and limits your mobility, you can usually recover from a slipped disk within 6 weeks or so. Severe back and spinal cord injuries, however, can be lifelong. They can lead permanent paralysis, for example.
Many slip and falls lead to injuries to the brachial plexus. It connects your spinal cord to your shoulder, arm, and hand. Such injuries frequently require surgery and it may be several months before you can return to normal activity. Fortunately, medical advances have made it possible to fully recover from many brachial plexus injuries that would have been permanently life-altering just a couple decades ago.
Sprained ankles take anywhere from one week to six months to heal, depending on the severity. A sprained ankle can completely sideline you from work and the activities you enjoy. In rare cases, you may need surgery to repair a torn ligament.
Fractures from slip-and-falls happen most frequently to older adults. Symptoms can vary dramatically depending on the type of fracture. For example, arm, leg, and hand fractures take a few weeks to heal. And you’ll more than likely fully recover physically. However, more severe fractures like hip and spine fractures can be permanently disabling, possibly even resulting in death.
How Do Our Lawyers Strategize Your Slip and Fall Case?
In 90% of cases, we can assemble a strategy so strong that the at-fault party will simply settle without going to court. It’s really in everyone’s best interest to avoid the filing of a lawsuit because it takes a lot of time and costs a ton more money.
But in some cases, the defendant believes they can win the claim. Because Texas law allows them to show you have partial responsibility for your injuries, they may go that route to try and minimize their potential payout.
With our proven attorneys on your side, you’ll get the best slip and fall legal representation available in Plano. Here’s what we must prove, and the more evidence you can provide that supports this, the more viable your claim is:
Prove a Dangerous Condition Existed
First, the property owner must have a dangerous condition on their property. For example, a grocery store has a wet floor that has been mopped. If the store has a wet floor and you don’t know about it, that’s dangerous and potentially could cause you serious injuries.
But the store also needs to have a reasonable period of time to respond to the condition. You can’t wait for a store to finish cleaning, and then the moment before they put up a warning sign, slip on it and get hurt. The store has rights too.
Show the Property Owner Failed to Fix the Dangerous Condition
If the property owner didn’t cause the dangerous condition themselves, you can also prove that they should have fixed a dangerous condition on their property. For example, say they hire a tree service to cut down a few branches.
Those branches then fall on the sidewalk, and you accidentally trip on one and sprain your ankle. You could potentially hold either the property owner and/or the tree service responsible for your injuries if they had a reasonable period of time to remedy the situation but failed to do so.
The Property Owner’s Negligence Must Have Caused Your Injuries
If the property owner was negligent, you must also show that negligence caused your injuries. This can be difficult, as many stores train their employees to keep quiet about potentially dangerous conditions on their property. They also destroy video evidence if it’s not used within 30 days. And passer-by witnesses frequently don’t come forward.
Injuries cost businesses a lot of money. So, they come prepared to vigorously defend them.
Did You Have Some Fault for Your Injuries Too?
In Texas, we have “shared fault.” That means you can be partially responsible for your injuries also. Companies may say that you weren’t paying attention like you should have been (for example, you were on your phone). They can also say you wore footwear inappropriate for the situation. And they can also say the dangerous condition should have been obvious to you.
And if a company can show you were more than 50% responsible for your injuries, they can get away without paying you anything at all.
That’s why you need the most skilled slip and fall attorneys in Plano on your side. Large corporations have entire departments and armies of people working to minimize your claim or eliminate it entirely. Fortunately, because you pay nothing until you win, you can afford to hire the best in Plano: Mullen & Mullen.
What To Do and Not Do After You Slip and Fall on Someone’s Property in Plano
Unfortunately, you do have to think through what you say and do during the immediate moments after you slip and fall.
We wish we could tell you that all you had to worry about was getting help and medical attention.
But, to protect yourself legally, you do need to do (and not do) certain things after you slip and fall.
If you cannot do some of these things because of injuries, ask a witness at the scene to help you. Even if they can’t help you gather some evidence, we still have ways of evidence collection so we can effectively fight on your behalf. However, the more you can do at the scene, the easier it is for us to win max compensation on your behalf. So, do everything in your power as described below.
Here’s what to pay attention to immediately after you slip and fall on someone’s property in the Plano area:
- Do not apologize. Saying, “I’m sorry,” can be construed as an admission of fault. Insurers love it when injury victims say this. Avoid saying it at all so they can’t use it against you. You may want to say it to reduce the tension and stress of the situation. But it’s a big mistake. In general, the less you say, the better.
- Do seek medical attention. You’re hurt. So, it only makes sense to get medical attention for your injuries. You don’t need to go to the emergency room (unless you feel the need to). But you do need to call your doctor immediately and schedule a general examination with them. First, this establishes a clear record of any injuries you might have. And second, this can help you catch a more serious injury that may not have yet revealed itself. You may not notice some injuries, like a traumatic brain injury, in the heat of the moment. It’s entirely possible to feel fine at the time of your slip and fall, but then feel like you got hit by a truck the next day.
- Don’t fail to report the accident to the property manager. If there’s someone on-site who can accept a report of your accident, then report your accident to them. You may feel embarrassed and like you want to do nothing more than to simply get out of there. However, you need to report the accident, so you have a clear and established record of the incident. Then, ask for a copy of the report immediately. Report your slip and fall even if you feel like you’re not injured. You might wake up the next morning feeling like you were in a car accident.
- Do gather witness contact information. A single witness can be critical to proving your injury claim. Send a text to yourself with their contact information. Or have them do it for you with your phone. The reason you don’t rely on them to send this to you is that people sometimes fail to follow through.
- Do inspect the scene and record evidence. If you’re able, search around the scene of your slip and fall and try to determine the cause. Did the property owner fail to put up proper signage? Was the floor extremely slippery? Was a display constructed such that it was easy to trip on? Shoot a video and take plenty of images of the accident scene and what you believed caused your injury. Stores usually have camera footage. However, sometimes it gets “lost” or destroyed. So, you’re wise to have your own record, just in case.
- Don’t ignore your pain. You may feel frightened of all the medical bills you could incur for your injuries. Ideally, you go to the nearest emergency room or urgent care clinic immediately after your accident. Most insurers cover these expenses such that they are nominal. If you feel the need to keep your medical bills as affordable as possible, see your primary doctor as soon as you can. It’s super-important for both your health, and to preserve the validity of your claim, that you get prompt medical attention.
- Do write down a record of what happened. If you’re not a writer, shoot a selfie video that tells exactly what happened as soon after your slip and fall as possible. Your memory of exactly what happened changes quickly. You may not remember key details as little as 24 hours after your slip and fall. So, create your record as soon after your slip and fall as possible. You may even have to do this in the emergency room.
- Don’t skip any medical appointments. If you have a follow-up appointment with your doctor, or many physical therapy sessions, make sure you go to every single one. If you don’t, insurers can say you “failed to mitigate damages.” This means that you didn’t do everything you could have to prevent further injury and damage. And practically speaking, it means you likely won’t win as much compensation as you could have.
- Do avoid talking to the insurance company. They have no goal at all of helping you. Anything you say can and will be used against you. Talking to the insurer only leads to negative things happening later. Also, understand you have no legal obligation to speak with an insurance company or to sign any offers they make. They may subtly pressure you to do so. However, you can ignore their pressure. In this case, Texas law is on your side.
- Don’t forget to talk to a slip and fall lawyer. The very worst that you can learn is that you don’t have a claim. However, you could learn you have quite a valuable legal claim if you choose to pursue one. You can even talk to a lawyer the moment before you sign a settlement offer. While you shouldn’t do that because that puts you in a highly disadvantageous position, you can do it if you find yourself in that situation.
- Do try to figure out how long the dangerous condition existed. Property owners do have legal protection that allows them time to fix “dangerous conditions.” You can’t sue a property owner because of a dangerous condition that just happened a couple minutes ago, for example. Regardless, for your legal protection, you should try to figure out how long the dangerous condition existed.
- Don’t wait to act. Texas’ statute of limitations is two years. That means you have two years from the date of your slip and fall to file your claim. This sounds like a long time. However, it’s easy to get sidetracked in life and suddenly find yourself with little time left to file your claim. So, you’re wise to act as soon after your claim as possible.
- Do avoid discussing your slip and fall with the property owner and any of their employees. Just like discussing your claim with the insurer, nothing good will come from talking about your claim with the property owner. Remember, their best financial interest lies in paying you as little as possible. So, they’re only going to want to use what you say against you.
How to Choose a Slip and Fall Lawyer in Plano
Just like any other professional service, you have a range of quality when it comes to slip and fall lawyers in Plano.
One lawyer may have the ability to win you tens of thousands of dollars. The next one may not even take on your claim because they believe they can’t win it.
Yes. It works like that.
So how do you identify the lawyer who will win you max compensation for your injuries? Look at these three types of firms you’ll likely encounter as you interview attorneys in Plano:
- The relentless advertiser. You already know the name of this firm because you see them advertising on TV, radio, and billboards all the time. They constantly sponsor local events and may even partner with local celebrities. This type of firm might win you max compensation. However, they operate based on volume. That means they’re more concerned with profit per hour. And ultimately, that leads to weaker representation on a case-by-case basis. Some clients do win a lot of money for their injuries. Others who should win just as much, might not. Choosing this firm risks you ending up with inconsistent results. Will you be the client who wins max compensation? Or will you be the one brushed over who falls through the cracks?
- The large, stuffy, traditional firm. You may think you might have a little more luck with a name that’s been around for decades. They advertise. So, you know their name. And you might think with all that experience that you have a much better chance at winning max compensation. But the truth with these firms is that they let inexperienced junior attorneys and paralegals do much of the real work on your claim while the experienced senior attorney merely supervises. A junior attorney may even argue your claim in court. So truthfully, you don’t even benefit from the firm’s experience. Just like the “relentless advertiser” firm, you might win max compensation. But then again, you have a high risk that you don’t either. It’s a roll of the dice. And it depends on who at the firm takes on your case.
- The small, personal firm. On average, you have the best bet of winning max compensation with a small firm of less than five slip and fall lawyers or so. These firms take on fewer claims. That means your claim gets the full time and attention it deserves. Plus, the claim itself is much more important to the firm because they take on far fewer claims than the other firm types previously discussed. These firms also give you better service at a person-to-person level because they have much lower workloads. The main consideration here will be the lawyer’s personality. Don’t settle for one that turns you off. Choose a kind lawyer who asks you lots of questions about your situation, taking the time to listen and care about every detail. You may think kind lawyers don’t exist. Though rare, they do. It’s with these kinds of firms and lawyers that you have the best opportunity to win max compensation for your injuries.
13 Common Myths and Misconceptions about Slips and Falls
Have you ever thought about some aspect of life, and then actually tried it and found that it works differently than you thought? For example, taxes. You’ve probably had a surprise or two on those over the years.
Well, it works the same way with slip and fall claims. They probably work a little differently than you think. Take a second to learn about some of the myths and misconceptions that surround slips and falls:
- You can’t recover damages if you were partially at fault. In Texas, you can. We’re a “modified comparative negligence” state. That means you can recover compensation for your injuries if you’re not more than 50% responsible. If you’re found to be more than 50% responsible for your injuries, then you cannot recover any compensation at all. However, if you have less than 50% responsibility, your compensation is simply reduced by your percentage of responsibility. So, if you’re 25% responsible, and you would have won $10,000, your compensation would go down by 25% ($2500) to $7500.
- You can’t recover damages if the property owner didn’t have notice of the dangerous condition. In Texas, the standard is that the property owner “should have known” about the dangerous condition. This means that they have a certain level of responsibility to be proactively monitoring their property for dangerous conditions. If they fail to do so, and you get hurt, they could be liable for your injuries. This one gets a little complicated to prove too. And the burden of proof falls on you. But, as long as you can show the property owner “should have known” about the dangerous condition, you can still hold them liable for your injuries.
- You can’t recover damages for slipping and falling on public property. This one’s simply not true. For starters, public property is actually frequently owned by private parties. So, in that case you would simply sue the property owner. If the government owns the property, you slip and fall on, things get a little more complex. You usually must file your claim much faster than you normally would. And government entities usually have lower liability limits. So, you generally can’t win as much. But the point is that you can certainly hold someone liable for your injuries if you slip and fall on public property.
- You can only win compensation for your physical injuries. In Texas, you can get compensation for both your physical and non-physical injuries and damages. Non-physical harm for which you can win damages includes lost income, pain and suffering, emotional distress, and punitive damages (in rare cases).
- You can win more from larger companies. You may hear sensational stories about people suing large companies for millions of dollars. But remember, just like we said, those stories are in fact sensational. The news media only report those stories which garner the most attention. So, don’t begin to think that such stories are the norm. The truth is that you won’t win any more from a larger company simply because they have deeper pockets. You get compensation for certain damages when you sue both large and small companies alike. That amount of compensation goes up and down based on the actual damages you incur, and not the amount of money the company has available.
- Property owners are automatically liable for your injuries. Getting hurt on someone else’s property doesn’t necessarily mean you’re automatically entitled to money. The property owner must have known, should have known, or created the dangerous condition that caused your fall. So, for example, if you slip and fall because of someone’s spilled drink just seconds after they spill it, you likely can’t sue the property owner. That’s because there’s no way they “should have known” about the spill. It happened too fast. And they need adequate time to respond to the dangerous situation just created.
- You only need medical attention if you have an obviously serious injury. Many injuries show up days or even weeks after the fact. For example, a traumatic brain injury could take time to reveal itself. You must remember that your body will be pumping adrenaline during this stressful incident. Adrenaline masks the full pain of the injury. It’s possible to feel fine today…but then feel like you got hit by a truck tomorrow. You don’t have to go to the emergency room. But you do need to at least see your primary care doctor ASAP. Not only can this help you detect a serious injury, but it also gives you documentation to prove your claim later if you indeed have one. Without this evidence, it’s much easier for the property owner to evade liability for your injuries.
- Any personal injury law firm can help you win your slip and fall claim. This is half-true. Any personal injury firm can take on your slip and fall claim. But only a select few with extensive experience can help you win max compensation. Just like you develop experience in a specific area in relation to your job, slip and fall lawyers gain experience in relation to that specific area of practice. When you talk to lawyers, ask each to tell you about a claim or two that they’ve already won which has circumstances similar to yours. No two claims are the same. However, they should be able to tell you a solid story about at least a couple claims like yours.
- You don’t have a case if a sign was present. You may still have a claim if the sign was present. A warning sign does not automatically absolve the property owner of liability. For example, the sign may be too far away from the dangerous condition to be helpful. Therefore, it’s so important to gather evidence at the scene of your slip and fall.
- You shouldn’t file a claim. Only greedy, selfish people seek money. The media try to make injury victims look a certain way because that gets their story more attention. They know the formula to success. However, most of the slip and fall victims merely want fair compensation for their injuries. And besides, when you slip and fall and get hurt, that leads to a reduction in the quality of your life. So, it’s only fair that you get compensated for that loss. Don’t feel guilty or ashamed for pursuing fair compensation for your injuries.
- It’s a good idea to settle your claim quickly. This is flat out untrue. It only works to the property owner’s / insurer’s advantage to settle your claim as fast as possible. Insurers try to get you caught up in the excitement of getting money fast so they can pay you less now. However, if you wait, think things through, and use the help of a skilled slip and fall attorney, you generally end up with a lot more money. And don’t think of yourself as greedy. That’s because you’re simply seeking fair compensation for your injuries.
- You’ll end up in a long, drawn-out legal process with multiple court visits. Honestly, if you choose our slip and fall attorneys, 90% of our claims don’t even go to court. The legal process may draw out a bit. We can’t control how fast that moves along. However, at the very worst, you may end up in court a day or two. The odds that you’ll have to go to court many times are extremely low. And most likely, you won’t have to go to court at all.
- If you don’t sue fast, you can never sue again. In Texas, you have 2 years from the date of your accident to file your claim. This is called the “statute of limitations.” This sounds like a long time. But honestly, it’s not. We always recommend talking to a slip and fall attorney as quickly after your accident as you can. The more time we must prepare your claim, the easier it is to win.
Plano Slip & Fall Resources
- Plano Open Records Request
- Denton County Open Records Request
- Collin County Open Records Request
- Falls and Fractures in Older Adults: Causes and Prevention
- Preventing Slips, Trips and Falls
- 13 Causes Of Slips Trips And Falls In The Workplace
- 40+ Statistics on Slips, Trips, and Falls + Tips to Prevent￼
You Can Afford the Best Slip and Fall Attorneys in Plano Because You Pay Nothing Until After You Win Your Claim. And Pay Just 29% of Your Final Winnings (Regularly 33.3%).
You just cannot get the same overall value with any other slip and fall lawyer in Plano. That’s because with Mullen & Mullen, you get:
- Proven experience winning slip and fall claims like yours
- Direct communication with your lawyer when you need it
- Thousands more put in your pocket because we charge just 29% when your case settles out of court. And 90% of claims settle without having to go to court.
- Even thousands more in your pocket because we employ an in-house private investigator. Most firms contract this service out. And that costs a lot more. But we pass the savings on to you.
- Connections to leading medical professionals and institutions in Plano. Not only do they get you back to normal as fast as is medically possible, but they also treat you with genuine care and compassion.
- Connections to practically every other service you could possibly need (auto repair, counselors, financial services, and more)
- Lawyers who can’t wait to help you and who make you feel listened to and cared for.
You can’t find another slip and fall lawyer in the Plano area who offers all this convenience in one place.
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Get your questions answered. Learn more about our firm. And find out what we can do for you.
Then make your hiring decision without any pressure and only when you feel 100% ready.
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8105 Rasor Boulevard #237
Plano, TX 75024
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