Combine years of experience with a track record of success in handling truck accident cases. That is the level of representation you can expect at Gordon, Elias & Seely, L.L.P. While based in Houston, Texas, our attorneys provide dedicated and aggressive advocacy throughout the country.
Do not put your truck accident case in the hands of a less-experienced attorney who limits their scope to a specific city or state. Contact us toll free at 800-773-6770.
Four Decades of Truck Accident Advocacy
People across the United States have come to Gordon, Elias & Seely, L.L.P. following a serious truck accident caused by a truck driver's fatigue, abuse of drugs or aggressive driving. We have almost 40 years of combined experience, and work with the accident victims to ensure that their rights are protected and they recover the compensation they and their family members need.
Providing Injured Clients the Support They Need
Our attorneys offer a free case review. If we take on your legal matter, we require no up-front fee. All truck accident claims are taken on a contingency basis. Simply put, we are paid when you receive compensation for your injuries. Please know that in jurisdictions where the law allows, our firm will advance interest-free money so clients can cover bills during this painful time.
Focusing on Your Long Term Needs and the Best Resolution
You have rights you need to be aware of. Aggressive insurance companies will contact you shortly after a semi crash. Their goal is to settle quickly and convince you that you want the matter to go away. In many cases, injuries are not so quick to heal. Many times, they are permanent, long-lasting, and career-threatening. That is why you need an attorney that is not only prepared to mediate a resolution, but also prepared to take your case to court.
For more information or to schedule an appointment with an experienced personal injury lawyer regarding an 18-wheeler wreck, please contact us.
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