Houston Motor Vehicle Accident Lawyer
A motor vehicle accident can create a multitude of issues, depending on the facts and your particular connection to the case. For example, who was at fault? Should you give a statement to the insurance adjuster? Was a ticket issued? Are there personal injuries? Does anyone need an immediate referral to a doctor or need a rent car? How do you get your car repaired or a fair settlement if it is totaled? Who has what insurance coverage? Is your driver’s license at risk or already suspended? Was anyone DWI (driving while intoxicated)? Is there a hit and run investigation? Should a lawsuit be filed immediately to preserve evidence in a defective seatbelt or rollover case, or for some other reason?
Resolving these and other issues in the manner most beneficial to you is the mainstay of Eutsler Law Firm. With our office located in the geographical center of the greater metropolitan Houston area, we understand the importance of the automobile to you and to our great city. For those who are ticketed, under investigation for a hit and run accident, or whose driver’s license the DPS is trying to suspend or revoke, to date we have over a 95% success rate in keeping your driver’s license privileges and driving record clear.*
Robert Eutsler, Houston native and 1974 graduate of the University of Texas School of Law, has handled thousands of cases involving automobile and motorcycle accidents, hit and run investigations, DWI’s and tickets in over 30 years of practice in Houston. He is licensed by the Supreme Court of Texas to practice in all state, county and municipal courts, has argued before the Supreme Court of Texas, and is on the list of qualified lawyers to argue cases in the Supreme Court of the United States in Washington, D.C.
Our experience teaches us that the vast majority of injury accidents will not require a lawsuit, although in certain cases, a lawsuit is necessary. Lawsuits are always more expensive and time-consuming. They can be anxiety-producing and frustrating for you, and can sometimes result in a lower net or no recovery to you. This can be due to high case expenses required to prove the case in a court of law or to a low jury verdict, not to mention the obvious risk of no recovery whatsoever should you lose the case.
REMEMBER, A “HAMMER” MAY BE THE WRONG TOOL FOR YOUR PARTICULAR CASE (AND EVERY CASE IS UNIQUE). THE RIGHT TOOL IN THE HANDS OF AN EXPERIENCED CRAFTSMAN GETS THE QUICKEST AND BEST RESULT.
* Past results do not guarantee future results, and outcomes are dependent on your particular facts.