Galbreath Law Firm


Auto Accidents

Auto Accident Attorneys in Abilene. In 2008, over 41,000 individuals were killed and approximately 3.2 million people injured as a result of 6.3 million traffic accidents, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).

If you, or anyone you know, have been in an accident caused by another's negligence, you are entitled to seek compensation for your injury.

Texas requires every driver to exercise responsibility and caution when operating a motor vehicle, being legally obligated not to place any other passengers or motorists in danger. The negligence of another person can cause permanent harm and you are entitled to seek compensation.

The Auto Accident Attorneys at the Galbreath Law Firm know how grave the effects of injuries caused by an automobile accident can be. The damage done to your life can cause many challenges both emotional as well as, physical! The ensuing bills, loss of income, pain and suffering which may be long term, will necessitate legal assistance to protect your rights to compensation. The Auto Accident Lawyers at Galbreath Law Firm are ready to help! 

The Galbreath Law Firm serves clients throughout the State of Texas including but not limited to the cities of Abilene, Sweetwater, Brownwood, Coleman, and Eastland. Counties include but are not limited to Taylor County, Nolan County, Brown County, Coleman County, and Eastland County.

The Auto Accident Lawyers at the Galbreath Law Firm are located at 4542 Loop 322 #102, Abilene, TX 79602. Initial consultations are free. Give our offices a call at 325-437-7000 and start your recovery today!

Most personal injury cases accepted on a contingency fee basis which means you owe no attorney's fees unless you recover. Court costs, litigation expenses, and medical bills are paid from your share of the recovery. If there is no recovery, you will not be responsible for litigation expenses advanced by the Galbreath Law Firm. If no recovery, you will still be responsible for your medical bills. If no recovery, you may be responsible for court costs incurred by the other side taxable against you by the judge.Disclaimer