If you have been injured in a car or pedestrian accident, you have rights and can possible get a settlement for your injuries. Do not think your employer will take care of you, it is up to you to ensure you are given all of the benefits you deserve. Call attorney Domingo Garcia today and you can have our firm’s resources at your disposal.
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In this case our very good Dallas personal injury attorneys represented a Dallas police officer, Caroll. The officer was injured in a traffic crash as a pedestrian, while directing cars during the 2012 MLK celebration and parade in Downtown Dallas. While directing traffic, Officer Caroll heard a spin and saw a van swerving in his direction. Unable to get out of the way, he was struck by the van and thrown onto the ground.
Attorney Domingo Garcia was able to settle this case for $3,750,000. The total settlement in this case included paying off all of the client’s medical bills, court costs and attorney fees. Officer Carroll recieved a final settlement check for $2,675,271.
Due to the accident, Plaintiff was taken to Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas and suffered serious injuries. Due to his injuries suffered in the police crash, he will no longer be able to serve and protect the community of Dallas, Texas.
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In cases like this our office will spend time and resources analyzing the entirety of your claim. Call us today so we can put your mind at ease. We take into account not only lost wages, but also lost future income and hardships that this injury has caused you. Regardless of how complex your situation may be, our attorneys are specialized in handling these complex Dallas car accident cases.
We work on a contingency fee basis, so there’s no cost to get started, and we get paid only if you win. To learn more, schedule a free case evaluation now.