Third-Party Lawsuit Attorney in Katy
Handling Third-Party Claims for Injured Texans
If you have been injured on the job or at work, or if you have suffered
a personal injury or any kind, you may have a claim against a third party.
It is possible that this third party is the primary or secondary party
at fault. Regardless of the circumstances, a cause of action for recovery for your
personal injury may be in your best interests.
At the Law Office of Shane McClelland, we can help you determine whether
you have a valid third-party claim. Our Katy injury lawyer can assess
your situation and determine who should be held responsible for the situation
you are in. From there, we can build a strong case in pursuit of the compensation
To learn more about third-party claims, call us at (713) 242-1302 or
contact us online. Your initial consultation is completely free.
When to Pursue a Third-Party Claim
If you have been injured on the job, you may have a negligence claim against
a person or company other than or in addition to your employer. For example,
in a car accident, an equipment manufacturer may be held liable in addition
to the driver who hit you. Third-party claims often arise in construction
accidents, slip and fall cases, and automobile accidents – any type
of accident wherein a third-party is involved.
In the aftermath of your accident, you may not be sure who should be held
liable. Every case is unique, so you will want an experienced attorney
on your side as soon as possible. Attorney Shane McClelland understands
the intricacies of injury cases and knows when a third-party claim is
in his clients’ best interests.
Battling Insurance Companies on Your Behalf
After an accident, you cannot just rely on the insurance company to compensate
you for your injury losses and damages. Insurance companies have a vested
interest in compensating you as little as possible. Let our Katy third-party
claims attorney handle your insurance claim for you. At the Law Office
of Shane McClelland, we understand the ins and outs of insurance claims
and know how to hold the insurance company responsible for paying you
what you deserve.
Contingent Fee Basis
The Law Office of Shane McClelland works strictly on a contingent fee basis
and advances all upfront costs of a third-party claim. That means we cover
the costs of case investigation, development, litigation, expert witnesses,
and court costs. Those expenses, in addition to our fee, are deducted
from the ultimate recovery. However, if we are not successful in a recovery
in your case, we absorb all costs and charge no fee.
If you have been injured in an accident, make sure you get the full compensation
to which you are entitled. Contact the Law Office of Shane McClelland
for a free consultation today.