Personal Injury Attorneys in Sugar Land, Texas

Were You Injured In An Accident in Sugar Land, TX?

At the Hollingsworth Law Firm, our Sugar Land personal injury lawyers and support staff know that the city’s physical size — spanning nearly 43 square miles across Fort Bend County — can directly contribute to the negligence on its roadways, in its workplaces, and on other private and public property.  

Sugar Land is one of the most affluent and fastest-growing places in Texas, with nearly 110,000 people calling the city home. As in the rest of the Greater Houston area, the energy industry presence is large here too, specifically supporting the petroleum exploration and refining workforce.

Sugar Land is home to Fortune 500 company headquarters for CVR Energy, Inc., Western Airways, and Nalco Champion Energy Services division. Sugar Land also has many international energy, software, engineering, and product firms, including Fluor Enterprises, Inc., the Imperial Sugar Company, SLB, and Minute Maid.

When workers or the public are injured in accidents that occur within these industries, they have the right to pursue the liable parties for their full financial recovery. That is why we are here.

Our skilled legal staff offers services in English, Spanish, Portuguese, and Mandarin because we believe in inclusion, fairness, and justice. It is only possible to successfully represent the people in our communities when we can successfully represent all people. Contact us today to learn more.

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Hollingsworth Law Firm Sugar Land Personal Injury Attorney Practice Areas

At the Hollingsworth Law Firm, our personal injury attorneys in Sugar Land represent clients throughout Texas because we know the lawyer you choose makes a difference.

Our expert legal team has proven over thousands of personal injury cases, through the millions of dollars recovered for our clients, that personal attention matters.

Since 2003, we have dedicated our practice to producing real results for real people whose lives have been impacted by negligence in the following practice areas:

Collectively, our skilled Sugar Land personal injury attorneys have spent more than three decades working on both sides of the courtroom, gaining unparalleled experience of the inner workings of some of the world’s largest insurance companies, and transforming that knowledge into wins for our clients.

No Mass Transit System Means More Vehicle Traffic in Sugar Land, Texas

Our Sugar Land personal injury lawyers know that the city’s expansive boundaries, lack of mass transit, and ongoing interstate expansion measures mean more cars on our Texas roadways, which translates to more negligent drivers, and more collisions, injuries, and fatalities.  

Interstate 69/U.S. Highway 59 is the major freeway running diagonally through the city, which has undergone a major widening project in recent years to accommodate the region’s daily commuters.

The finished portion of the freeway from east of State Highway 6 to just west of State Highway 99 currently has eight main lanes, with two diamond lanes and six continuous frontage road lanes.

The freeway is currently undergoing a major expansion west of the city to accommodate growth in the nearby Richmond/Rosenberg area and western Fort Bend County, as well as upgrading it to federal highway standards to reflect its newfound status as an interstate highway.

With other busy highways, including U.S. Highway 90 Alternate, and State Highway 6, crashes are common occurrences in Sugar Land.

At the Hollingsworth Law Firm, our personal injury lawyers in Sugar Land provide the critical legal resources our fellow Texans need to pursue results inside and outside the courtroom after they have been injured or lost a loved one to negligence.

We can provide the same legal knowledge and skills for your case, starting with a free consultation. Contact us now to speak with our dedicated Sugar Land personal injury attorneys about your legal rights and options today.  

Local Medical and Emergency Resources for Sugar Land, Texas Accident & Injury Victims

If you experience an emergency in Sugar Land, you should have access to emergency services that can provide solutions for your unique needs.

To follow is a list of local medical and emergency resources to help provide the help you need.

Healthcare Resources in Sugar Land, Texas

Emergency Services in Sugar Land, Texas

Contact Our Skilled Personal Injury Attorneys in Sugar Land, Texas Today

If you or someone you love has been injured or lost their life to negligence, contact our dedicated Sugar Land personal injury lawyers at the Hollingsworth Law Firm today by calling 713-637-4560 or contact us online for a free case evaluation.

Our skilled bilingual personal injury lawyers and support staff represent clients throughout the state of Texas on a contingency basis, so you never pay any legal fees unless we win your case.

If you are ready to fight for the compensation you deserve, so are we. Let us take the lead.

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Frequently Asked Questions for Sugar Land Personal Injury Lawyers

What should I bring to a consultation with a Sugar Land attorney?

Bring any relevant documents that pertain to your case. Write down important dates, facts, and events that are pertinent to your case. Bring a list of questions you have for the attorney. These may be questions about their experience, fees, or how they would approach your case.

What is negligence?

Negligence is a legal concept that refers to a failure to exercise reasonable care, which results in harm or injury to another person.

What should I do if I’m injured in an accident?

If you are injured in an accident, seek medical attention immediately. You should also document the accident by taking pictures, getting witness statements, and contacting a Sugar Land personal injury attorney.

What damages can I recover in a personal injury case?

You may be able to recover damages for medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, and more.

Do I have to go to court for a personal injury case?

Not necessarily. Many personal injury cases are settled outside of court through negotiations with insurance companies.

What if the other party doesn’t have insurance?

If the other party doesn’t have insurance, you may be able to recover damages from your own insurance company under your uninsured/underinsured motorist coverage.

Can I still file a personal injury claim if I was partially at fault for the accident?

Yes, Texas follows a modified comparative negligence rule, which means you can still recover damages as long as you were not more than 50% at fault for the accident.

What if the accident was caused by a defective product?

If the accident was caused by a defective product, you may be able to file a product liability claim against the manufacturer or seller of the product.

What if I was injured while on someone else’s property?

If you were injured while on someone else’s property, you may be able to file a premises liability claim against the property owner or occupier.

What if the person who caused the accident was a government employee?

If the person who caused the accident was a government employee, you may be able to file a claim against the government under the Texas Tort Claims Act.


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