Cullar & McLeod, LLP represents plaintiffs in serious personal injury and wrongful death claims in Waco, McLennan County and throughout Texas. Our attorneys have particular expertise in personal injury cases involving catastrophic injuries, including traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, fractures and burns. Our areas of representation include:
If you have been in an automobile accident, it is important to contact a personal injury attorney immediately to protect your interests. An experienced auto accident lawyer can help you preserve and record important evidence and make an appropriate statement to your or the other driver's insurance company.Â
Texas has a booming commercial trucking industry; however, the resulting high number of large commercial trucks on the road also means that there is a high rate of 18-wheeler accidents. If you have been injured because of the negligence of a truck driver, trucking company, or by a defective part on an 18-wheeler, you may be eligible to recover compensation for your injuries.
When a person's death is caused by another's negligence or wrongful conduct, Texas Law allows an action for wrongful death to be brought against the negligent defendant by the family of the deceased. Whether the result of an auto or trucking accident, a construction or workplace accident, or other instance of negligence, our office works to secure justice for families who have lost a loved one through a needless tragedy.
Physicians, surgeons, nurses and other medical practitioners have a duty to perform with the standard of care that a reasonable practitioner would in the same or similar circumstances. When they do not live up to that standard of care, they are guilty of negligence and may be held liable up to the state cap on economic damages. Negligent acts may include prescribing the incorrect medicine or dosage, operating on the wrong limb, leaving surgical tools in the body, misdiagnosis, or failing to treat a disease or illness.
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If you have been injured in any type of accident because of the negligent acts of another party, you may be eligible to recover essential economic damages, such as medical bills and lost wages, as well as non-economic damages, such as compensation for pain and suffering. However, most personal injury cases must be brought within two years, so it is important to act without delay. For a free consultation with an experienced personal injury attorney, contact Cullar & McLeod, LLP today.