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Personal Injury Attorneys in El Paso, TX

If you have been injured in an auto accident or had an accident involving the public transportation system in El Paso, you may be entitled to a personal injury settlement. If you are unsure if you can file a claim you can contact a personal injury attorney in El Paso to answer all your questions. According to Avvo, there were 243 licensed personal injury attorneys in the city at the end of 2017. One of them may be able to help you.

How Expensive is an El Paso Attorney?

If you are worried that you cannot afford a personal injury attorney, do not be concerned. Most attorneys will collect fees only if they win the case for you. You do not need to make any upfront payments in order to secure a personal injury attorney to represent you. Many times your attorney will be able to help you avoid a lengthy trial process by getting you a quick settlement on your claim.

How Do I Know Who I Should Sue?

If you were hit by another driver at a busy intersection, you may not know who is liable. The same can be said if you were injured while shopping at a store. Your personal injury attorney in El Paso will be familiar with the local laws and regulations and will be able to ensure you file the proper paperwork in the proper location.

You may need to visit one courthouse or another depending on the circumstances of the accident and where it occurred. This can be confusing and frustrating to figure out, which is why a personal injury attorney can be such an asset.

El Paso Auto Accident Resources

Where Do You File Claims in El Paso?

There are several courthouses in the city of El Paso. Here are a few of them:

El Paso Municipal Court

10780 Pebble hills Blvd.
El Pasco, TX 79935
(915)546-2901

Northeast El Paso Municipal Court

9600 Dyer St.
El Paso, TX 79924
(915)212-0215

65th District Court

500 E. San Antonio
El Paso, TX 79901
(915)546-2102

How Long Should I Wait to File a Claim?

In Texas, the statute of limitations to file a personal injury claim is 2 years from the date of injury. If you have been injured in El Paso, you should speak with an attorney as soon as possible. If you need help locating an attorney in El Paso, fill out our Free Case Evaluation form on this page and one will contact you shortly.

Helpful Resources

Auto Accident Resources in El Paso
How to File a Claim Against the City of El Paso

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