Reputable Car Accident Representation In The Austin Area
Austin and the surrounding metro area are prime territories for serious car accidents. From highways like I-20 and I-35 to intersections like Trinity and East 7th street, even cautious motorists can find themselves in the emergency room due to the carelessness of another driver.
After a car, truck or other motor vehicle accident, reach out to Breeland Injury Law. Founding trial attorney Matt Breeland has an excellent reputation for delivering high settlements and awards for his clients who have survived motor vehicle accidents. As a civil litigator, he has helped clients with a wide variety of injuries such as:
- Traumatic brain injuries (TBI)
- Broken bones
- Spinal cord damage
- Complete or partial paralysis
- Post-traumatic stress disorder
He will not hesitate to take on complex cases involving commercial trucks or uninsured/underinsured motorists. If you lost a loved one in a fatal accident, he will help you hold the negligent driver accountable and recover compensation for damages such as funeral costs. His commitment to recover maximum compensation is matched by his commitment to provide compassionate counsel at all times.
He Has Handled Both Sides Of Accident Claims
Before he felt a calling to represent injury survivors, Matt worked as a defense attorney for insurance companies. This experience taught him how insurance companies undermine policyholders by offering too-low settlements and denying valid injury claims. He knows their strategies, so he constructs your case to anticipate their defense and proactively outthink them. His knowledge has paid off – in 2019, he obtained one of the top 50 motor vehicle accident jury verdicts in Texas. He uses his experience to answer important questions like:
Should You Accept The First Settlement Offer You Get?
More often than not, the first settlement check an insurance company produces is not the best value you can collect for your injuries. Your personal injury lawyer can review any offer you receive, negotiate for better compensation, and advise you on when you should accept an offer or take your claim in front of a jury.
Can You Collect Compensation From An Uninsured Driver?
While you may not be able to pursue compensation from an uninsured driver’s insurance company, there are other ways to collect a settlement. You may be able to collect from your own insurance if you have uninsured motorist coverage, and you may also be able to file a claim against the liable party directly.
Are Accident Injuries Always Apparent?
Even when someone is able to walk away from an accident, they may still be suffering serious injuries. Traumatic brain injuries, soft tissue injuries, and internal organ damage can all take time to become visibly apparent and may be life-threatening by that time. Make sure you always see a doctor after an accident to verify how you have been injured in an accident.
Can You Sue For Losing A Loved One In An Accident?
Not everyone can file a wrongful death claim, even if they lost someone dear to them in an accident. In Texas, only the parents, spouse or children can file a claim. This law does mean that a partner like a roommate, domestic partner, or a spouse that was married in a way the courts do not recognize cannot file these claims.
Request A Free Consultation About Your Auto Accident
Don’t handle a vehicle accident claim without the help of a lawyer. Matt will make sure that you complete each step in the process correctly, that the insurance company does not take advantage of you and that you always know what to expect. He offers free initial consultations; schedule yours by calling 888-531-0494 toll-free or by using his online contact form.