The Barber law firm has over 15 years of legal experience. During that time, we have helped countless personal injury accident victims with their cases. Our law firm focuses its practice on car accidents, truck accidents, workman’s compensation, and other types of negligence cases. We have numerous offices throughout the Dallas–Fort Worth area, including an office near Keller. We focus our practice on battling insurance companies. Insurance companies have a team of adjusters and attorneys who are trained to pay out the minimum amount possible for automobile accident claims. If you attempt to settle a case with the insurance company yourself, you will most likely end up with far less than you are entitled to receive. Instead, hire an advocate to fight on your behalf for a fair amount of compensation. Our law firm handles all types of cases involving an insurance payout. We offer free consultations to potential clients. At that meeting, we can evaluate your claim, and you can decide if you would feel comfortable working with us. If we choose to work with each other, we work only on a contingency fee basis. You will pay nothing unless we are able to obtain a financial recovery for you.
Cases represented by an attorney often result in 2 to 3 times higher settlement than when clients don’t hire an attorney.
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Did you know personal injury laws in Texas only give accident victims a
LIMITED AMOUNT OF TIME to negotiate a fair automobile insurance settlement?
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