Texas Trial Lawyers – Working With a Lawyer – FAQs

Legal Questions You Want Answered

What should I do if I'm in a car wreck?

Document as much as possible at the scene of the accident. When the other driver's insurance company asks you for a statement, it is not on your side — it is the insurance adjuster's job to get as much information as possible to save the company as much money as possible. Our job for over 45 years has been to help injured clients recover as much as possible from insurance companies and put them back in the position they were in before the injury.

What should I do if I'm hurt on the job?

Your first priority is getting the medical attention you need to get better — not just the treatment an insurance company wants to pay for. Some employers subscribe to a workers' compensation insurance policy that will provide for your medical needs and a percentage of your wages (set by law) while you are out of work. Other employers choose to self-insure and have their own policies that appear similar to the statutory workers' compensation framework. These are not subject to the same restrictions as workers' compensation and you may be entitled to a larger recovery for missed work and other damages.

What should I do if I can't afford a doctor to treat my injuries?

There are options if you cannot afford a doctor. Talk to Burwell Nebout Trial Lawyers about what can be done while your case is ongoing.

Does Burwell Nebout Trial Lawyers take cases to trial?

We have been representing clients in Texas courtrooms for 45 years. While most cases settle out of court in the interest of efficiency, expense, and uncertainty, if a case requires going to trial, Burwell Nebout Trial Lawyers will be with you in court through the jury verdict.

How much is my case worth?

Every case is evaluated on an individual basis. We are experienced in evaluating cases and will give our opinion after a full investigation has been completed. However, an exact dollar amount or a guarantee can never be given.

How much is my case going to cost me out of pocket?

We work on a contingency fee basis. We get paid an attorney fee and reimbursement of expenses only when a recovery is made in your case. If no recovery is made, no fees or expenses are paid.

What should I do if I want to change attorneys and have Burwell Nebout Trial Lawyers represent me?

We will not interfere with the attorney-client contractual relationship between you and your current attorney. We will only be able to ethically discuss your case once you notify your current attorney in writing that you no longer want him or her to represent you on your case.