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Personal Injury
Personal Injury Law Firm
Best Personal Injury Lawyers in East Texas

As you take a walk in your own neighborhood, a dog chases you down resulting in a vicious bite. You’re at a grocery store walking down an aisle and find yourself on the floor after slipping on spilled liquid. There are so many times you might find yourself acquiring an injury that is a result of the negligence of another party. Other injuries might range from medical malpractice, nursing home abuse and airplane accidents. Are your injuries, resulting medical bills, and lost time from work your responsibility? In personal injury cases, it is essential to thoroughly investigate the accident, preserve relevant evidence, and enable a qualified physician to fully evaluate your injuries. With more than 50 years of collective legal experience, our Texas personal injury attorneys have the knowledge, experience, and advocacy skills to effectively represent your interests.

In the Event of an Injury Under These Conditions, What Should I do?

Most victims don’t have the knowledge required to bring a case against a property owner or negligent party. You need to prove your case and know how to defend yourself against the incoming allegations that contributed to your accident. Here at Negem & Worthington, our attorneys have the experience to guide you through the entire filing and recovery process. We handle the paperwork and the deadlines so you can focus on healing and putting your life back together. Personal injury cases can take from a few months to years to be resolved depending on whether the case settles or goes to trial.

We help Tyler injury victims bring claims related to:

  • Slip and Fall Accidents: Property owners have a duty to make their premises safe by repairing known dangers or warning others of such dangers. If a property owner breaches this duty, he or she may be considered negligent and may be held liable for foreseeable injuries caused by such negligence.
  • Medical Malpractice: Our experienced attorneys are able to handle even the most complex medical malpractice claims. When medical professionals fail to perform according to the medical community’s accepted standards of care, we can hold doctors, nurses, and hospitals liable for the damages that result. Common medical errors include giving an incorrect diagnosis, prescribing the wrong medication, and performing a surgery incorrectly.
  • Auto Accidents: If you have been hurt in an accident with a car, a motorcycle or a commercial vehicle, you have rights. We work to get you compensation for medical expenses, lost wages and your pain and suffering.

Attempting to negotiate with insurance companies or commercial defendants on you own puts you at a disadvantage. The attorneys at Negem & Worthington are resolute in the pursuit of compensation for our clients. We fight in settlement negotiations and a trial to get you the damage award that you deserve after an accident.

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A compassionate, experienced team is what you want by your side after an accident. Let us provide a free consultation today.
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Injury Types

Damage to the spinal cord resulting in what is classified as a complete injury often results in the diminishing of nerve sensation and movement depending on the severity. This injury is defined as paralysis. The victim of this type of injury must deal with physical limitations for the rest of their lives. These limitations often hamper their financial wellbeing as well.
Spinal Injuries
With larger impacts, damaging compression of the spine and spinal cord could lead to broken bones or nerve damage. This type of injury can be a precursor to extensive medical and rehabilitation costs resulting in an impact of the victim’s quality of life for the foreseeable future.
Severe Burns
Burns caused by negligence requiring extensive hospitalization and surgery result in not only physical harm but mental harm as well. Residual pain, scarring, and emotional harm may require extensive therapy that continues long after the incident occurred and results in the loss of ability to work for some time.

Our Client Process

For more than 25 years, we have been adjusting our process to the needs of our clients. From a free initial consultation through settlement or litigation, you can count on a team of compassionate advocates that care about your case.

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