Personal Injury FAQ

At Grimes & Fertitta, P.C., in Houston, Texas, and The Woodlands, our attorneys provide aggressive advocacy and personal attention to all of our personal injury clients in the Houston area and throughout Texas. Our focus is securing the compensation you need to get back on your feet after an injury.

As a service, we have answered four of the most asked questions to assist you in moving forward with your case.

What is a personal injury claim?

A personal injury claim, at a basic level, is a legal filing against a party that has injured you. These cases allow you to recover financial compensation for harm caused by another person. This type of litigation is a part tort law.

What is a tort?

A tort is a legal concept that defines the injuries committed against a person by another party through either negligence or willful action. Torts are resolved in civil court rather than criminal court.

How does that apply to my injury?

A tort claim is the basis of your personal injury case. Your filing hinges on the details of the original injury in the tort. It falls to your attorney to prove that your injury is the responsibility of the other party, and that you deserve compensation.

What does it cost to speak with a personal injury lawyer?

Our office works on a contingency basis, which means we are not paid unless we win your case and you are compensated for your injury. In addition, we offer a free initial consultation to determine your case's prospects with no financial obligation.

To schedule an appointment with Grimes & Fertitta, P.C., contact us through our website or call us at 281-407-8256 or 800-584-3973.