When you feel that you have a legitimate personal injury case, it is important to act quickly. The first thing that many people feel is, “Oh well, I will just let it go and I will get better over time”. While this is positive thinking it does not address the issue of fair compensation. Your life may be changed negatively after this incident. Personal injury is fairly easy to define. It boils down to injuries that are caused by other people or companies. Sometimes it may be both - as in a case, when someone is driving a vehicle owned by the company for which they work. It is important to seek an attorney who (1) offers a free consultation, (2) is certified in Personal Injury Trial Law, and (3) works on a contingency fee. Therefore, if you win the case the attorney gets paid from the settlement and there is not an upfront cost to the client.
Just such a lawyer is located in Amarillo and is certified in Personal Injury Trial Law. He is Amarillo attorney Bill Cornett. If you live in the Amarillo, TX area or have been injured within the Texas panhandle or surrounding area, seek the counsel of forty year veteran lawyer, Bill Cornett. Bill is an experienced Amarillo Personal Injury lawyer. Don’t procrastinate! The initial consultation is free. Call Bill today.
Bill Cornett, Amarillo Attorney, with Cornett Law Firm offers affordable, qualified services as an experienced personal injury lawyer, probate attorney, family law attorney, criminal law attorney, DWI attorney, family law attorney and divorce attorney. attorney. Bill also has experience in estate planning and agriculture law. Sit down with Bill at his office located at 612 S. Van Buren St. in Amarillo TX by calling (806) 374-9498 or (800) 658-6618 TODAY to schedule a free consultation.
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Bill Cornett grew up on a farm in Knox City, Texas. He received his Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Economics from Texas Tech University and his Doctor of Jurisprudence from the University of Houston Law School. Bill was licensed to practice law in the State of Texas in 1973.