Brownsville, Texas – September 22, 2020. The Villarreal Law Firm a team of highly motivated accident lawyers working in Brownsville, Texas, and surrounding areas in the Rio Grande Valley, is proud to announce a new post on the resurgence of traffic as well as of car and truck accidents and – accordingly – the need for attorney representation. As South Texas recovers from the Pandemic, traffic is increasing as are car accidents. Many bewildered residents may not realize that the usual rules apply and that they might benefit from finding a skilled car accident lawyer in the Rio Grande Valley, whether in Brownsville, Harlingen, or nearby towns.“Traffic in the Rio Grande Valley is rebounding as people get back to work and, hopefully, the Pandemic mitigates,” explained attorney Javier Villarreal, a managing partner at the Villarreal law firm. “Not surprisingly, we are seeing a rebound in traffic accident cases and calls by folks who are interested in possibly hiring an attorney. There is no cost for a consultation, and no cost to do the basics to see if one has a case.”
The new content can be found at https://jvlawfirm.net/the-rio-grande-valley-is-great-but-the-cars-and-traffic-isnt/. It should be noted that the law firm is abiding by all local and state regulations due to the Pandemic. Many new clients begin the process not with a face-to-face meeting with staff and/or attorney. Rather they talk on the phone or conduct a video call. In fact, in many cases no face-to-face meetings may be necessary. Each potential car accident or truck wreck is unique. That is why it is so important for the lay person to reach out to an attorney for a consultation. Only a trained attorney can assess the facts and the law and give advice as to whether potential litigation might be in order. Indeed, in my situations, just the fact of having legal representation makes insurance companies and their lawyers more amenable to settling. It all depends. What is certain is that the traffic is increasingly bad in the Rio Grande Valley and thus the demand for accident attorneys is increasing as well. Persons who want to know more about accident attorneys in the Rio Grande Valley can visit the information page at https://jvlawfirm.net/practice-areas/auto-accidents/.
FINDING AN ACCIDENT ATTORNEY IN THE RIO GRANDE VALLEY
Here is background on this release. The stereotype that South Texas people are friendly is often true. In a car or truck accident, individuals may be unwilling to litigate. They may feel like the insurance company is a friend; they may be reluctant to make waves and fight for their rights. However, the reality is that as traffic rebounds and so do accidents, the old rules still apply. Insurance companies are not in the business of being friendly and paying claims out easily. They have legions of attorneys and staff whose job it is to reduce their payments. They use every tactic in the book that is legal, including just intimidating the average person into settling for pennies on the dollar. What may work better is to reach out to a trained attorney for a consultation. He or she can evaluate the facts and the law and give legal advice as to potential courses of action. It costs nothing for a consultation, so smart drivers in the Rio Grande Valley first take care of themselves and their passengers as well as anyone in the other vehicle. They then reach for their phones and call an accident attorney. Why not?
ABOUT THE VILLARREAL LAW FIRM
The law firm of Javier Villarreal offers a team of attorneys, considered among the best personal injury attorneys near Harlingen, Texas, and surrounding cities in Cameron County. Whether a person is looking for an auto or car accident attorney, a lawyer with broad experience in trucking accidents and litigation (including 18 wheelers), or a lawyer for injuries that resulted from a motorcycle, boating, or other forms of accidents (including slip and fall), the Villarreal team of attorneys can help. The attorneys fight for client rights throughout Cameron County – and are known as the top personal injury lawyers in Brownsville and Harlingen, from Los Fresnos to San Benito, and in all of South Padre Island.