If you sustained injuries in an accident that you did not cause, you may have the right to compensation for your medical bills, lost income, and more.
In Reeves County, Texas, Fadduol, Cluff, Hardy & Conaway, P.C., provides compassionate legal representation for clients who suffered injuries due to someone else’s actions or negligence. Our team of experienced personal injury lawyers understands what you’re going through, and we can help you.
Whether you sustained a job-related injury, an oilfield injury, or any other injury caused by someone else’s actions or negligence, call on us. We protect your legal rights and fight to get you the financial compensation you need.
The High Risk of Injury & Death in Reeves County
A large portion of our county’s livelihood involves the oil industry. Oilfields themselves pose a substantial risk for injury accidents, but that’s not the only risk we face.
Route 285—dubbed “Death Highway” by the Dallas Morning News—bisects Reeves County. Along Route 285, tanker trucks and other commercial vehicles transport oil and supplies to and from the fields.
Unfortunately, this roadway wasn’t built to accommodate the load, and as a result, we experience a high rate of accidents, injuries, and fatalities. Another common problem involves neglected maintenance for commercial vehicles.
We’re all aware of these risks. Nevertheless, no matter how careful you might be in the car or on the job, life can change in an instant if someone else wasn’t paying attention.
Your Reeves County Personal Injury & Oilfield Injury Attorneys
After an accident, you have to protect your legal rights to pursue compensation. At Fadduol, Cluff, Hardy & Conaway, P.C., our personal injury and oilfield injury lawyers are committed to providing the highest level of service for our Reeves County clients.
When you trust the personal injury attorneys of FCHC to assist you, you will benefit from our decades of combined experience. Our firm has been in practice since 1984. Since that time, we have recovered millions of dollars for our clients.
Take a look at our past settlements and verdicts for examples of our past achievements. Although these cases don’t necessarily indicate what your outcome might be, you can see how hard we work to recover compensation for our clients.
Our services to you include:
- Investigating your case and
- Documenting your physical,
emotional, and financial losses;
- Demonstrating negligence and
liability for your accident; and
- Negotiating with the at-fault
party’s insurance company.
Throughout the legal process, we will be by your side. We provide exceptional communication, so you always know the status of your case. We handle everything for you. All you need to worry about is getting well and getting back on your feet.
If we cannot negotiate a reasonable settlement with the insurance company, we won’t hesitate to take your case to court. Fortunately, the majority of our cases settle without having to file a lawsuit. This gets a check into your hands sooner, so you have the resources you need to get through this challenging time of your life.
How Much Will a Reeves County Personal Injury Lawyer Cost Me?
Many injury accident victims hesitate to contact a lawyer because they don’t have the resources to pay a large retainer or hourly lawyer fees out-of-pocket.
When you work with Fadduol, Cluff, Hardy & Conaway, P.C., you will never have to worry about that.
You don’t pay any legal fees until we recover compensation for you. Once your case settles, we simply deduct our fees from the settlement. We also offer your initial consultation and case review at no charge.
That means the only thing you have to invest is your time. We will answer your questions and help you get started with the legal process.
How Long Do I Have to File a Personal Injury Claim?
After an injury, you have two years to take legal action, per the Texas statute of limitations. If you don’t file a civil lawsuit within that time, you could lose your right to a settlement.
Your attorney can advise you about how the statute of limitations could affect your case to ensure you don’t miss any critical deadlines.
How Much Is My Oilfield Injury Claim Worth?
Whether you sustained injuries while working in the oilfields or anywhere else, the responsible party may be liable for your damages. Most personal injury victims can pursue compensation for losses such as:
- Emergency medical treatment,
- Doctor and hospital bills,
- Prescription drugs,
- Physical therapy and rehab,
- Lost wages and benefits,
- Emotional trauma, and
- Pain and suffering.
If you can’t go back to work due to your injuries, your lawyer may also pursue damages for disability and loss of earning capacity.
The value of your claim depends on these and other complex factors. To get a better idea of what your potential settlement value might be, contact one of the FCHC personal injury attorneys today for a personalized consultation and case evaluation.
We Accept All Types of Reeves County Personal Injury Cases
If you were wrongly injured, you deserve to have someone on your side who will fight for you and your future.
Our team can assist you with these and other types of personal injuries:
- Workplace injuries,
- Oilfield injuries,
- DUI accident injuries,
- Car accidents,
- DUI accident injuries,
- Truck accidents,
- Motorcycle accidents,
- Construction injuries, and
- Catastrophic injuries.
If your injuries resulted from another type of accident, don’t worry. Call our toll-free number at 800-433-2408 to discuss your case. We can assist you in English or Spanish.
We assist clients throughout Reeves County, including the following local areas:
- Toyah, and
With more than three decades of experience, we know how to provide the assistance and resources you need. Our dedicated, experienced, and passionate team of Reeves County personal injury lawyers are committed to getting the results you deserve.
Consult a Reeves County Personal Injury Attorney Today
Before you talk to the insurance company or agree to accept any settlement offer, contact Fadduol, Cluff, Hardy & Conaway, P.C. We will stand up for you, protect your rights, and fight to get the best possible results for you.
To talk to a personal injury or oilfield injury lawyer in Reeves County, Texas, contact us today.