Cases Handled by Our Plano Personal Injury Law Firm
The most frustrating part about most accidents is a person, company, or another party could have usually prevented them from happening had they acted responsibly. When these accidents cause life-changing injuries, our lawyers step in to demand the compensation that clients need to move forward after an accident.
Our Plano injury law firm can help with cases involving:
Reaching out to our firm means getting in contact with someone who will listen to what happened and help you decide what to do next. Importantly, we always provide the resources a case needs. Whether it’s an intensive investigation or a difficult court battle, we’re known as a law firm that overcomes challenges to get headline-making results for clients.
Our Plano Personal Injury Lawyers Help After Serious Injuries
Since all accidents are unique, each one produces a different set of injuries and consequences for those involved. Because of this, our firm has helped people recover from injuries of all kinds.
We can help after serious injuries such as:
Many of the injuries listed above are referred to as catastrophic. This legal and medical label means that a person with these injuries will likely have to deal with them in some way for the rest of their life. This means they’ll suffer from prolonged treatment, permanent discomfort, or the loss of independence. When someone has serious injuries, they deserve the financial resources to live as comfortably as possible with them. That’s exactly what our Plano catastrophic injury lawyers fight for.
Plano Work Injury Attorneys
If you work in the Plano area and have been injured on the job, you might wonder what options you have. Who will pay for your medical treatment? Do you have to go back to work even if you don’t feel ready? Our work injury attorneys can answer all of your questions and offer insight into how you can get the support and care you need. We have handled some of the biggest work and industrial accident cases in the country, and our team is known for helping workers and families get real, life-changing results.
From construction site and oilfield workers to those engaged in offshore operations or truck driving, people can turn to Arnold & Itkin with the confidence that we have the know-how and drive to help. As a Plano personal injury firm, we help people who have experienced injuries in accidents ranging from falls at construction sites to fires and explosions at factories and refineries. When workers’ compensation won’t cover all your injuries or your employer does not carry workers’ comp insurance, a personal injury lawsuit may be your only means of seeking a fair result.
Wrongful Death Attorneys in Plano, TX
When someone loses their life in a work accident, truck collision, or other accident, their family can seek to hold the at-fault party/parties accountable. In Texas, a wrongful death action and/or a survival action may be filed against any individual or company whose negligence or wrongdoing caused someone's death. These cases, filed in civil court, will help the family recover compensation for numerous losses and expenses.
The following damages may be recoverable in a wrongful death lawsuit (paid to family members):
- Loss of companionship, love, support, and guidance
- Loss of financial support
- Funeral and burial expenses
The following damages may be recoverable in a survival action (paid to the decedent's estate):
- Pain and suffering
- Medical bills
- Lost earnings
Recovering the Fair & Full Value of Your Claim
Filing a personal injury lawsuit after a serious accident gives you the opportunity to not only get answers and see justice served, it offers a chance to recover financial compensation for what you've experienced. This can make it much easier to get the treatment you need, pay living expenses while you're unable to work, and build a more stable future. Some accidents are so severe that they leave survivors with lasting financial difficulties and emotional trauma that last long after physical injuries have healed.
We seek economic and non-economic damages for our clients' Plano personal injury cases, such as:
- Medical treatment, physical therapy, medication, medical supplies, and more
- Lost earnings from missed work, plus any loss of future wages or earning potential
- Emotional trauma such as PTSD, insomnia, anxiety, and depression
- Physical pain and suffering associated with the accident and resulting injuries
- Any property damage the accident caused
The first European settlers came to the area now known as Plano in the early 1840s. Now, according to the latest estimates from the U.S. Census Bureau from July 2021, Plano has 288,253 residents. The city is located in Denton County and Collin County, Texas, and encompasses 71.58 square miles of land. It is a part of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. The city got its name from the Spanish word for flat (plano) because the local terrain is mostly level.
In the beginning, Plano grew slowly. It gained traction in the 1970s, growing from 17,872 to 72,000. In the 1980s, a number of large corporations chose Plano for the location of their headquarters and regional offices. Two of the biggest were J.C. Penny and Frito-Lay. By 2000, the population had grown to an astounding 222,030 people. The two companies continue to be in the top 10 employers in Plano; other top employers in the area include Capital One Finance, DXC Technology, Bank of America Home Loans, Red Bee Media, and Toyota Motor North America, Inc. Because of the many companies headquartered in Plano, as well as its proximity to Dallas, Plano receives a considerable amount of business travelers, accounting for about 80% of all of the city’s visitors.
Plano is known for its neighborhoods, authentic cuisine, and affordability. It also is considered an educational center and has plenty of indoor and outdoor activities for nearly every taste. There are hundreds of restaurants to choose from in Plano: more than 700 as a matter of fact! Visitors and residents can enjoy Plano’s 84 parks, which offer biking trails and plenty of nature to enjoy. Some of Plano’s popular attractions include the Crayola Experience at The Shops at Willow Bend, Legacy West, the historic 168,000-gallon Texas Pool, Oak Point Park & Nature Preserve, the Granite Park Boardwalk, and Heritage Farmstead Museum, which takes you back in time to see what it was like to live in Plano in the 19th century. Downtown Plano also offers local art, food, and shopping galore.
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Contact Our Plano, TX Accident Law Firm: (888) 493-1629
When you call Arnold & Itkin, you’re turning to a law firm that’ll do more than seek the fastest settlement possible. We never accept settlements that aren’t fair. When the other side sees our name, they’ll know they need to play fair, or they can expect to see the inside of the courtroom. We’re experienced trial lawyers, and we’ve secured record-setting results by never backing down from a fight. From the Deepwater Horizon disaster to the BP Texas City explosion, we’ve shown over and over that the only thing that matters is justice for our clients.
Call us today at (888) 493-1629 for a free consultation with a member of our Plano injury law firm.