Personal Injury Lawyer
If you've been injured because of another party's negligence, contact the personal injury attorneys at Wenholz | Dow in Austin, TX. Luke Dow is board-certified in personal injury trial law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. Our attorneys will go the extra mile to prepare you for your case and make sure you always know what to expect.View transcript
One of the reasons that our firm came into existence is that my partner, Luke Dow, is a board-certified personal injury lawyer. And what that means is that personal injury is a broad term that handles everything from any kind of injury that may be caused by someone else's negligence, whether it's knocking over a ladder that you're on, hitting you in a car accident, a bicycle accident, pedestrian accidents, boating accidents. We've had jet ski accidents we're just mentioning the other day. Any type of injury that is caused by the negligence of another fits into that category. And it's important to have attorneys that have had that wide baseline of experience for a number of reasons. And what we're good at is getting the information, getting the patient or the clients into the . . . getting them the care that they need. Making sure that they understand, right off the bat, what their rights are and how to really do what's most important which address the help. Get you back to as close as possible as you can, and then working with the experts to develop the case. Things that a lot of people don't know about, that they're able to recover is impairment. Going to trial in a personal injury case is very scary for most clients. Not all but most will not want to go to trial. However, we inform them, going to trial sets the stage for getting the best result that we can for them. And we tell them and set their expectations about what to really . . . What is a trial really going to be like? I've had clients ask me, "How much time from work is it going to take? How many hours?" I've broken down the hours. What's a deposition like? We practice. We never let a client get in a position in the case where they don't know what to expect next. Now, we may not know every question that the defense lawyer's going to ask them. But we prepare them as thoroughly as we can and make them as comfortable with the process as they can. So that we can ultimately do more than tell them we care about them. Show them we care about them. Show them by going the extra mile in trying the case.