Frequently Asked Questions
Questions About Injury Claims
Questions About Liens
Questions About Damages
Questions About the Litigation Process
Issues Specific to Children
- Can a minor sue for an injury in Texas?
- What is a minor settlement hearing?
- Are pre-injury releases for minors valid?
Common Types of Injuries in Texas
There are many ways that a person can sustain personal injuries. The following are some of the most common types of harm our attorneys can help clients pursue legal options for. Some of these include:
- Aggravation of a Preexisting Condition
- Amputation/Limb Loss
- Bone Fracture
- Chemical Exposure
- Disfigurement & Scarring
- Electrocution/Electric Shock
- Eye Injury
- Herniated, Bulging & Protruding Discs
- Mental Anguish
- Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma
- Oxygen Deprivation
- Ruptured Spleen
- Traumatic Brain Injury
- Temporomandibular Joint Injury (TMJ)
- Catastrophic Injury
- Child Injury
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
- Degloving Injury
If you have suffered any of these, please visit their respective pages for more information on how Simmons and Fletcher, P.C. can help.
Places We Serve
Local Firm with National Reach
Our attorneys are licensed to handle cases throughout Texas and in Federal Courts across the nation. We can also file a motion to act as counsel and/or co-counsel in other state courts on serious injury cases. This is known as a “Motion To Appear Pro Hac Vice” and it allows an attorney to be proactive in other jurisdictions for purposes of handling a specific case.