Personal Injury Representation in Central Texas
Lee, Gober & Reyna would not exist if I, Robert W. Lee, did not believe it was necessary. Working in larger law offices, I found that the culture of service and ethics often didn’t fit with my own beliefs about how clients deserve to be treated.
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In my practice, I try to form truly meaningful relationships with my personal injury clients. In fact I do my best to treat them like I would treat my family. By the time they call me, they’ve been through so much trauma that it’s the least I can do.
Apart from sharing barbecue on occasion, here’s what that means:
- I won’t accept a settlement unless it’s truly fair to you
- I’ll never back down from a trial if it’s not in my client’s best interest
- I will always go the full distance in pursuit of just compensation
- I won’t charge excessive fees that eat into your settlement
- … learn more by reading my client testimonials!
Sometimes, a Lawyer Has to Roll the Dice
Insurance companies often try to intimidate injured claimants into accepting unfair settlements. The threat goes like this: “take what we’re offering, or go to court and risk getting zero.” Because of this, some so–called “trial lawyers” never go to trial!
But to the client, there may not be much difference between a settlement of zero and a settlement that’s woefully inadequate. Either way, he or she will likely file for bankruptcy and rely on government benefits to cover expenses in the future.
An Attorney Who Will Share Your Risk
Attorneys’ paychecks come from their clients’ settlements. For a lawyer, accepting a “sure thing” settlement – even an inadequate one – at least ensures that he or she be paid for all the hours of work.
That’s why an attorney who truly has the client’s interest at heart must be willing to “roll the dice” when necessary. Lawyers have to share the client’s risk. At Lee, Gober & Reyna, that’s what we do for every client who comes in the door. Your best interest comes first.
For a free consultation to discuss motor vehicle accidents, burn injuries, wrongful death or any other claim, call my Austin, Texas office today at 512-800-8000. You can also contact me online and I’ll respond shortly.