Personal Injury FAQ
San Antonio Personal Injury Lawyers with over 20 Years of Experience
If you have questions about
personal injury law in the state of Texas, you have come to the right place. Our attorneys
have many years of experience and we are proud to represent clients and
consumers who have been injured by
pharmaceutical drugs, or by other negligent individuals.
If you have more questions, call us for a
Our ability to effectively fight for men and women facing the consequences
of needless injuries has earned us a distinguished standing in our community.
We have a reputation for committed and skilled advocacy and the ability
to provide helpful counsel to our clients.
Do I have a valid personal injury case?
The only way to know this is to speak with a San Antonio personal injury
lawyer about your specific situation. If you would like to learn more
about the merits of your case and how we at Maloney & Campolo may
be able to help,
call our San Antonio office and schedule a
free case evaluation.
What damages could I be entitled to under a personal injury claim?
You could be entitled to:
- Reimbursement of your medical bills
- Payment of any medical bills you may incur in the future
- Any wages you have lost or may lose in the future
- Any damages to your relationship with your family
- Compensation for any disfigurement, such as scarring or burns
- Monetary damages for any pain, suffering and mental anguish that occurred
as a result of injuries caused by another
Is the money I receive in a personal injury lawsuit taxable?
This area of the law has changed dramatically over the past few years.
The State Bar prohibits attorneys in Texas from giving tax advice to their
clients; however, prior to any settlement, we can discuss with you your
options regarding payment and determine how your money should be paid.
I can't afford a lawyer right now. What should I do?
There is no reason to worry. We work on a contingency fee basis. In other
words, there is no charge until we win your case. We at Maloney &
Campolo believe we should not be paid unless we are successful. This means that:
- We do not bill by the hour.
- We do not charge any hidden fees.
- We do not expect reimbursement.
- If we are unsuccessful, you do not owe us anything.
If we are able to settle your case, or get a verdict in court, we receive
one-third (1/3) of any recovery, plus any expenses that we have incurred
as a result of prosecuting your claim. The bottom line? If we win, we
get paid; if we don't, you owe us nothing.
Where can I stay connected with your firm online?
Get Answers in Your Free Initial Case Review
We want to make sure you are fully informed about your situation and our
services. If you have more questions, or want to discuss the details of
your injury and accident, please feel free to contact us. Meeting with
us is risk free.
Call our office
for a free consultation.