Putting You In Control Of Your Personal Injury Case
Whether you were injured in a car accident or a doctor misdiagnosed you, suffering a personal injury can alter your life. You should be the one to determine your own future. At The Sutton Law Firm, we believe in putting clients in control of their own cases. We use our vast experience helping personal injury clients throughout the Austin area to analyze your case. Our role is to act as a legal adviser and advocate, but you make the decisions about the direction you want to go.
Success looks different for everyone. For us, only client satisfaction defines our success. When you reach your goals, we reach our goals. Our head attorney, Will Sutton, will lay out the possible scenarios and your options. We will listen to you, care about you and push for your goals. Whether you decide to negotiate a settlement, enter mediation or take your case to trial, we will fight for the best result possible for your case.
How We Support Your Goals
In most personal injury and workers’ compensation cases, your opponent is not an individual or your employer. Rather, you are filing a claim against an insurance company in Texas. Dealing with these insurance companies can feel overwhelming, especially when you are recovering from an injury. Our accident lawyer’s role is to deal with them for you. We will help you file all necessary paperwork to establish a claim, and even a court case, if necessary.
With The Sutton Law Firm as your plaintiff injury law firm, you will never have to pay an upfront fee, worry that we will push you in a direction you do not want to go or leave you wondering what is happening with your case. We handle a small number of cases at a time so that we can focus our attention on each client. That means we will keep you informed at every step and you will never have to struggle to get in touch with us. In addition, we never charge fees upfront. We work on a contingency fee basis, which means our fees are based on a percentage of what we win for you. If we don’t recover for you, we don’t get paid.