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Frequently Asked Questions From Our Clients

Navigating the aftermath of a catastrophic injury can be overwhelming, and understanding your legal options is crucial. At Galliani Injury Law, we are here to help you every step of the way. To assist you, we have compiled answers to some of the most frequently asked questions from our clients. Whether you’re seeking information about our services, the legal process, or what to expect from your case, we hope these FAQs provide clarity and guidance. If you have any additional questions or need further assistance, please don't hesitate to contact us for a free consultation.

We specialize in catastrophic injury cases, including but not limited to, traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, severe burns, amputations, and multiple bone fractures. Our focus is on providing expert legal representation for individuals who have suffered life-altering injuries.
If you have suffered a serious injury due to someone else's negligence or wrongful actions, you may have a valid personal injury case. Contact us for a free consultation, and we will evaluate the details of your situation to determine the best course of action.
For your initial consultation, please bring any relevant documents related to your case, such as medical records, accident reports, photographs of the accident scene or injuries, insurance information, and any correspondence with insurance companies or other parties involved.
We work on a contingency fee basis, which means you do not pay any upfront fees. Our fees are a percentage of the compensation we recover for you. If we do not win your case, you do not owe us any legal fees.
The timeline for resolving a personal injury case varies depending on the complexity of the case, the extent of the injuries, and the willingness of the involved parties to settle. While some cases may be resolved within a few months, others may take longer. We will keep you informed throughout the process and work diligently to achieve a timely resolution.
Compensation in personal injury cases can include medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, emotional distress, and future medical care. The amount varies based on the specifics of your case, including the severity of your injuries and their impact on your life.
While many personal injury cases are settled out of court, some may go to trial if a fair settlement cannot be reached. Our team is prepared to take your case to court and fight for your rights if necessary.
We handle the legal complexities so you can focus on your recovery. However, your involvement is crucial in providing us with information, attending medical appointments, and being available for depositions or court appearances if needed. We will guide you through every step and keep you informed throughout the process.
Yes, Texas follows a modified comparative negligence rule, meaning you can still pursue a claim if you were partially at fault, as long as you were less than 51% responsible for the accident. Your compensation will be reduced by your percentage of fault.
To get started, contact us for a free consultation. You can call us, fill out our online form, or visit our office. We will discuss your case, answer any questions you have, and explain the next steps in pursuing your claim.
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