We have generated some tips and advice we thought would be helpful for you if you ever unfortunately get into an accident.  

Tips/Advice:

  • If you are in an automobile collision always call the police and have a police report made. Often, the at-fault driver will claim they are not at fault once they leave the scene.

  • If under the circumstances the police cannot come to the scene, have the at-fault driver sign a statement admitting fault.

  • Take pictures from cell phone of the property damage to both vehicles and a picture of the at-fault driver signing his statement that he is at-fault.

  • Also from your cell phone take pictures of the location of the accident or save the location on your phone.

  • If your are injured, do not delay in getting medical attention. The insurance companies are skeptical of any medical gaps in treatment.

  • ALWAYS CARRY UNINSURED MOTORIST COVERAGE on your own policy.

  • In Harris County, the odds of being hit by a driver with no liability coverage is very high.

 

Questions::

How much is my case?

 No cases are the same. There are many factors that go in that contribute to our overall evaluation of your claim's settlement value. Our lawyers deal with insurance companies and will try their best to give you the maximum compensation for your car accident. 

Why should I hire the attorneys at The Law Offices of Max F. Stovall?

 

  • Our attorneys care

  • Conveniently located in the Heights 

  • We focus on personal injury and automobile accident cases

  • We have a bilingual-Spanish speaking paralegal who can help with your cases

  • Fight to obtain maximum settlements

  • In emergency needs, we provide rentals

Where can I find information about the responsible party's insurance company?

You can access information relating to insurance companies in Texas through http://www.tdi.texas.gov/ 

How long do I have to file a claim?
 

The statute of limitations is two years from the date of injury in most cases. You have to either settle the case or file a lawsuit to protect the statute of limitations.