I can't remember much about my Austin construction accident. Do I still have a case?

 

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Memory loss after a traumatic accident is more common than you would think. Many people who are severely injured have a hard time remembering specific details about what actually happened, and sometimes, they have no idea what happened at all. 

If you were hurt in a construction accident, you need an experienced Texas attorney. Your attorney will work to uncover as many details as possible about what led up to and caused your accident. They will find and interview witnesses who may have some insight into what happened. In some cases, there may even be surveillance tapes that they will be able to look back on that may have caught the moment you were hurt. Your attorney will know who to talk to, what your rights are, and what your next steps should be. 

If your lawyer believes that you were not at fault in your accident, it does not matter that you are not able to remember what happened. Your attorney will find the evidence and build the case to prove that this injury was not your fault. In fact, you may even receive more compensation for the fact that you lost part of your memory. Your doctor will be able to determine if the construction accident caused any kind of short- or long-term memory loss, in addition to the physical injuries. 

Don't avoid a construction accident case simply because you can't remember everything that happened. Let an experienced Austin attorney represent you to make sure that you get the compensation and justice that you deserve. If you would like a completely free, no obligation consultation, contact attorney Earl Straight at 512-454-1331.