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RIGHT TO RECOVER

COMPENSATION FOR    YOUR INJURIES

 

When you have been injured, your life changes in ways you did not expect. You may be out of work and not able to pay your house and medical bills. You are in pain and unable to complete your daily routine. When these things happen to you through no fault of your own, you may be overwhelmed. What you need to know is that Texas law allows you recourse when you have been affected by another person’s negligent conduct. You have the right under Texas law to make a claim to seek money from the person who caused your injury or loss, to compensate you for your damages. If you are hoping to recover compensation for your damages, I recommend you hire a personal injury lawyer to represent you.

NO ATTORNEY FEES UNLESS YOU WIN!

When you hire Ghatrehee Law Firm PLLC to represent your personal injury claim, there are no attorney fees unless you recover compensation. We take personal injury cases on a contingency basis. You pay nothing unless you recover.

 

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The lawyers and staff at Ghatrehee Law Firm PLLC specializes in federal and state civil and criminal tax litigation, tax controversies and tax disputes with the federal, state, and local taxing authorities, white collar criminal defense, estate and business planning, probate, tax-exempt organizations, real estate, business and corporate transactions including U.S., international tax matters and personal injury in car accidents or other motor vehicle collisions. 

Ghatrehee Law Firm PLLC provides strong representation and effective advice to their clients. In each representation, our goal is to fully understand the client and the issues at hand and to achieve optimal results. 

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Address: 4221 Preston Road Suite 100

               Frisco, Texas 75034
 

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WHY HIRE AN ACCIDENT ATTORNEY?

Do not handle the injury portion of your insurance claim yourself, because fighting for fair compensation without an attorney on your side is difficult. If you are without a lawyer, insurance companies may try to take advantage of you and make a low-ball offer. Why? The insurance company is in the business of making money, which means less they pay you, more they make. An attorney on your side can help you throughout the process  and negotiate a more favorable result while you focus on healing from your injury. Where a lawyer can be helpful is if you missed work or your injuries leave you disabled.  An attorney can ensure that you receive payment for non-economic damages.

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The Estate Planning Documents every Adult in Texas Needs

A will is a legal document that directs how your property will be distributed when you die, and can create trusts for the benefit or your spouse or children. A will allows you to name a person you trust to oversee the management and distribution of your assets. It also allows you to appoint a guardian to care for your minor children.

Without a will, your assets will be distributed according to a statutory formula, which may conflict with how you would have liked for your assets to be distributed. 

Benefits of a Revocable Trust

 

A Revocable Trust is a legal document in which you transfer your property to another party (the Trustee) who holds and manages it for the benefit of yet another party (the Beneficiary). A revocable trust becomes effective the moment it is signed. Consider the following analogy. A revocable trust can be compared to a backpack. In it, you place all of your assets.