Texas Law FAQs
How much does Hill Law Firm charge?
The attorney at Hill Law Firm do not get paid unless our clients recover from a settlement or judgment. When hiring Hill Law Firm, clients enter into a contingency fee contract. The clients pay no money up front. Hill Law Firm pays all the expenses and if there is a recovery, Hill Law Firm is paid a percentage of total recovery as attorney’s fees.
How long does it take for a lawsuit to resolve?
People often ask, “how long will I have to wait for any sort of recovery or trial?” The Texas Lawyer at Hill Law Firm can not give a client a hard and fast answer to that question because variables such as the Court’s docket, other trials, potential appeals, and other legal hurdles can stall the process for a long time. On average, cases at Hill Law Firm either settle or get to trial within sixteen (16) months.
What is the statute of limitation for a claim in Texas?
Statutes of limitations are laws that create time limits on how long someone has to file their lawsuit. The time limitations are different by the type of claim and the state. Generally, the following are the Texas statutes of limitations for these different types of cases:
- Personal Injury-2 years;
- Medical Malpractice-2 years;
- Libel-1 year;
- Product Liability-2 years; and
- Wrongful death-2 years.
The facts of each case are different and if you have a potential claim, speak to an attorney as soon as possible.
How can I speak to an Experienced Texas Attorney at Hill Law Firm?
You can e-mail us, call us, or submit your question in the “Contact Us Now” form on the side of the page. Consultations are always free.