Motor Vehicle Accidents

Motor Vehicle Accident Lawyers in Eagle Pass

Hundreds of thousands of people are injured in motor vehicle accidents on Texas roads each year. According to the Texas Department of Transportation, over 235,000 people were injured and nearly 5,000 people died in automobile accidents in 2021 alone. 

If you or someone you love was injured or killed in a collision in or around Laredo or Eagle Pass due to someone else’s negligence or recklessness, you are entitled to compensation. 

The Eagle Pass motor vehicle accident attorneys at Gonzalez and Associates P.C. proudly represent people who have been injured in:

  • Car accidents
  • Motorcycle accidents
  • Truck and semi-truck accidents
  • Tractor accidents
  • Pedestrian and bicycle accidents

Injured in an Automobile Accident in Eagle Pass, Laredo, or a Surrounding Area? 

Motor vehicle collisions that lead to injury or death are a matter of personal injury law. The relevant laws are extremely complicated, and their application depends on the facts of your case. Depending on the complexity of your situation and whether the other party accepts fault, your case may even require court involvement and trial. That is why it is important to contact an experienced motor vehicle accident attorney if you were injured in a collision with another vehicle. 

Insurance companies alone rarely go through all the work necessary to recover the full damages that you are entitled to, and sometimes they may even deny your claim entirely. However, a skilled motor vehicle attorney familiar with personal injury law can help you build a strong case and communicate with your insurance company, as well as the other driver’s insurance, so you have the opportunity to pursue all the damages you deserve. 

Our attorneys will fight to recover any expenses related to your accident and the injuries that you sustained. Contact us today by calling (830) 445-2035 or sending a message!


Frequently Asked Questions

  • Do I still have a case if I received a traffic citation stating I cause of the accident?
    The situation depends if the accident was not completely your fault. You can still recover damages from the other driver for the portion of the accident that was his or her fault.
  • What should I do if I am involved in an accident?
    It’s always important to report your accident to the police, no matter how minor it may have been. Make sure to write down the contact information and names of witnesses to the crash, and make sure you get a copy of the driver exchange information form from the police officer at the scene. It’s also important to contact your insurance company to inform them of the collision.
  • Do I have to let my insurer know about the accident if the accident was not my fault?
    Yes, you need to inform your insurance company of the accident even if you weren't at fault.
  • What if I don’t report the accident to my insurance company?
    If you do not report the accident, the insurance company may deny payment of any claims you file subsequently. Your insurance company must notify you within 30 days of receiving proper notice of the claim whether it will pay or deny your claim, or inform you that it is still in the investigation stage.

What Damages Can Be Recovered from South Texas Motor Vehicle Crashes?

Being injured in a motor vehicle accident can drastically change the way that you and your family live. At Gonzalez and Associates P.C., we know that living with an injury can be extremely painful, emotional, and costly for your household. Compensation cannot undo what has already been done, but it can help you financially recover and pay for any future medical expenses.

Depending on the severity of your injury, you may require immediate or ongoing medical attention and long-term physical therapy. You may also need to request time off work or find a new job entirely, resulting in lost wages or decreased earning potential. This is all in addition to the costs accrued from repairing or replacing your car. 

Furthermore, besides being physically painful, severe bodily injuries can also involve a significant degree of mental and emotional pain. You may experience anxiety, post-traumatic stress, and other forms of emotional distress either because of the accident itself or because of the injury that was sustained in the collision. If this is the case, you may be entitled to compensation related to your pain and emotional suffering. 


Damages that can be recovered include:

  • Accrued and future medical expenses
  • Car repair/replacement expenses (property damages)
  • Lost wages and potential earnings
  • Pain, suffering, and emotional distress damages

Were you recently injured in a motor vehicle collision? Schedule a consultation with our Eagle Pass motor vehicle accident lawyers today by calling (830) 445-2035 or sending a message. We are committed to helping you find justice! Se habla español.


Your Motor Vehicle Accident Attorneys in Eagle Pass, Laredo, and South Texas

Good motor vehicle accident attorneys can help you identify responsible parties, organize evidence, file claims, compile medical documentation, and oversee the legal process. At Gonzalez and Associates P.C., we do all this and more. 

Our founding lawyers, Hector and Antonio Gonzalez, are brothers who have worked closely together their entire careers. If you choose to work with us, we’ll treat you like a member of our family. Our attorneys will give you their cell numbers and stay in constant contact with you, so you are never left in the dark about what’s going on behind the scenes. We’ll work with you to understand the unique facts of your case and determine the damages you can recover. We’ll get your medical documents reviewed by medical experts, so you can know what future medical expenses you may have. We’ll help you build as strong a case as possible and, if your case goes to trial, we’ll provide you with aggressive legal representation.