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According to the Texas Department of Transportation, the state saw over 12,000 serious injury crashes in 2020—with over 14,000 people suffering from a serious injury (source).

These numbers speak volumes. Despite our best efforts, car accidents happen. And when they do—whether they're in Houston, Dallas, Austin, or beyond—expenses can add up.

That's why a skilled team of Texas car accident lawyers from Mighty Law can be so pivotal. Our team of Texas auto attorneys can help you sort through the paperwork and negotiations during this overwhelming time—so that you can recover with minimal stress and financial impact.

When you work with Mighty Law, you can rest assured that Mighty Law is working for you. With our first-of-its-kind Code of Conduct, we're bringing an ethical, transparent approach to personal injury law services. Enjoy lower fees, full-service support, and the company of legal experts that you want to talk to.

At Mighty Law, we put people first. Starting with you.

Crystal Cooke
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Crystal Cooke

Crystal has 10+ years experience practicing law. She is a graduate of the University of Connecticut Law School, from which she also earned an LL.M., and holds a master's degree from Northeastern University.

Why Choose Mighty?

At Mighty Law, we believe that personal injury should be 100% personal. That's why we look at each case with an honest, facts-based approach, meticulous attention to detail, and a Texas-sized amount of compassion.

Led by our strict Code of Conduct, we work to ensure you never settle for anything less than what you deserve: the best.

Resources

Recovery 101
— 2 min read
The Right (and Wrong) Reasons to Get Medical Treatment After An Accident

If you’re hurt in an accident, the most obvious course of action is to get medical treatment. But getting treatment after an accident has implications that go beyond just your physical health. People get pressure from their attorney to get treatment, even though their attorney may not disclose that often medical treatment from an accident isn’t covered by health insurance, and your legal settlement may depend on the treatment you get.

The Mighty Team

June 23, 2022

Expert Reviewed
Hiring a PI Lawyer
— 1 min read
Why Personal Injury Lawyers Won’t Help You Get Your Car Repaired

Personal injury law firms generally only help recover money for bodily injury - and unfortunately that does not include the body of your car.

The Mighty Team

June 23, 2022

Expert Reviewed
Hiring a PI Lawyer
— 2 min read
What Should I Do After a Car Crash?

Accidents are, well, accidents. They can happen to anyone and at any time. But, what you do after an accident is in your control and can make your post-accident journey easier and better for you and your family.

The Mighty Team

June 23, 2022

Expert Reviewed

FAQ

What should I do if I get in a car accident in Texas?

Being involved in a car accident can be overwhelming—whether you're on a long West Texas highway or a busy Houston street. The first step is to call emergency services and request medical help if necessary. With the help of a law enforcement official, you can get an accident report that may be valuable in case you seek legal support down the line. The police can also facilitate the exchange of insurance and driver's license information with the other party.

Is Texas a no-fault state for car accidents?

Texas is an at-fault state, which means that the driver who is responsible for the accident is required to cover medical expenses, property damage, lost income, and other crash-related expenses.

Of course, this is only helpful if that driver has a sufficient insurance policy to pay for these things. If there is any confusion as to who bears the brunt of the responsibility, an experienced Texas car accident attorney can comb through the facts and help you determine what's fair.

What is the average settlement for a car accident in Texas?

Car accident settlements vary case-by-case, so it isn't easy to determine a statewide average. While 75% of personal injury cases settle for less than $30,000, some claims run into the millions, depending on the level of damage caused in the accident.

When you reach out to Mighty Law, you can rest assured that our car accident lawyers will work with you to properly value your car accident case based on medical expenses, property damage, lost income, and beyond.

Is hiring a car accident lawyer in Texas necessary?

You aren't required to hire an auto wreck attorney in Texas, especially if you're involved in a minor scrape. However, for accidents that involve serious injuries, substantial medical fees, complex road violations, or confusion in responsibility, a dependable personal injury lawyer can help you lay the groundwork for a strong case and a successful recovery.

We get that securing transparent, credible legal representation might feel like too much to take on right after an accident. That's why Mighty Law only charges if you win your case.

How much does a car accident lawyer in Texas cost through Mighty Law?

The industry standard rate for a personal injury lawyer is a 33.3% contingency fee if your case settles pre-suit. Mighty Law works on a contingency basis too, so you only pay if you win. We charge 10% less in fees and provide all-around services and benefits beyond just legal representation.

What does the process of working with Mighty Law in Texas look like?

Getting started is simple. Fill out our online form or give us a call by phone, and a member of our team of TX car accident lawyers will get in touch.

We'll learn more about your case and, if we can help, you'll sign a retainer agreement that guarantees we only get paid if you win.

After you're a client, we'll help find and obtain evidence, including medical bills, photos, accident reports, and more. Then, we'll assemble your case and file a demand letter with the defendant's insurance company. We'll keep you in the loop throughout negotiations and provide suggestions for financial and medical resources as needed. If an agreement can't be reached, Mighty Law will file a lawsuit on your behalf.

How long will it take to investigate a claim in TX?

There is no standard length of time, but the average personal injury case takes about 1.5 years. You should expect to spend a few months letting Mighty Law gather evidence, assemble a claim, and engage in back-and-forth negotiations on your behalf.

While we cannot guarantee that all parties involved in the case will work at top speed, Mighty Law is committed to turning around documents and getting answers as promptly as we can.

Who pays for medical bills in a car accident in Texas?

While the at-fault party is responsible for covering all damages incurred in the accident, that only happens once you settle your entire case. So, who is going to pay your medical bills following your car accident?

If you have health insurance, you should almost always use that. If not, Texas has hundreds or thousands of medical providers who will provide medical treatment on a “letter of protection,” also known as LOP.

What is a letter of protection or LOP in Texas?

A letter of protection—or LOP—is a bill that a medical provider will hold that will entitle them to payment for their medical services when your case settles. This protects injured people from having to come up with money up front after an accident, if they can't afford it.

Top Car Accident Lawyers in Texas

John Zaid & Associates

(281) 333-8959

16951 Feather Craft Ln, Houston, TX 77058

AK Law Firm

(832) 699-5559

3501 Allen Pkwy Suite 100, Houston, TX 77007

Littleton & Associates

(713) 333-3333

7322 Southwest Freeway Suite 2020, Houston, TX 77074

Law Offices of Joel A. Levine

(512) 982-1510

1515 W. Koenig Ln., Suite 100, Austin, TX 78756

Bergquist Law Firm

(713) 655-8000

1301 Mckinney, Suite 2400, Houston, TX 77010

Mighty Law Lawyers

Mighty Law lawyers have civil litigation experience, come from mission-driven backgrounds, and agree to a strict Code of Conduct for how they work with clients.

Sarah Dill
Sarah Dill

Mighty Law Attorney

Sarah is a Texas attorney and a graduate of the University of North Texas at Dallas School of Law, holds an MBA from the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, and a bachelor's degree from Baylor University.

Andrew Larson
Andrew Larson

Mighty Law Attorney

Andrew is a Texas attorney with over a decade of experience practicing law, including serving veterans as an attorney with the Department of Veterans Affairs. He is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin Law School and holds a bachelor's degree from the University of Michigan.