Doctor & Medical Resource List

Arlington

At Tate Law Offices, P.C., our Arlington personal injury lawyers understand the tragic effects a personal injury or auto accident can have on victims and their families. We have represented numerous accident victims in Arlington and the surrounding Dallas-Fort Worth Area who have suffered injuries including car accidents, motorcycle wrecks, truck accidents, pedestrian accidents, job injuries, and construction accidents.

While no one likes to think about the possibility of a severe accident, tragedies often occur when we least expect them. We have created the following resource list to provide contact information for Arlington hospitals, medical specialists, and disability organizations should you ever need it. Obtaining proper medical attention immediately following a car wreck or other personal injury accident is vital and may even prevent permanent disabilities. We suggest that you print or bookmark this doctor and medical resource list for future reference.

Neurologists in Arlington

Orthopedic Surgeons in Arlington

Hospitals and Medical Centers in Arlington

Disability Groups in Arlington

Tarrant County Court House

About The City of Arlington, Texas

Arlington, Texas is situated inside the Dallas and Fort Worth metropolitan in Tarrant County.

With a population of 365,438 based upon 2010 census data, Arlington is the seventh largest city in the state of Texas. Located near the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, Arlington is just five miles from the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport. Home to Rangers Ballpark and Cowboys Stadium, Arlington is a recreation and sport lovers’ paradise. This Texas city is also home to the University of Texas in Arlington, General Motors, and National Semiconductor Wafer Plant.

Major highways and thoroughfares in and around Arlington include I-20 (Ronald Regan Memorial Highway), I-30 (Tom Landry Memorial Highway), U.S. Highway 287(Frontage Road), State Highway 303 (Pioneer Parkway) State Highway 180 (Division Street), and State Highway 360 (Watson Road). Other commonly travelled roads in Arlington, Texas include Main Street, Mayfield Road, Arkansas Lane, Cooper Street, and S.W. Green Oaks Boulevard. The suburb of Arlington is ideally located between Dallas and Fort Worth, making it a convenient place to live; however, due to the high volume of traffic travelling on I-20 and I-30 between Dallas and Fort Worth, Arlington is a common area for traffic accidents, especially during rush hour.

Arlington Accident Statistics

Unfortunately, auto accidents are unavoidable anywhere, including Arlington. According to 2009 statistics, there were 31 fatal car accidents in Arlington, 12 of which were the result of drunk drivers. The number of car wreck fatalities was up from the prior year. In the same year, Arlington Police Department recorded 6,857 reportable crashes. These statistics confirm the importance of driving safely and being prepared in the event of an accident.

Contact Us

If you or a loved one has been injured in Arlington, it is crucial that you contact an Arlington personal injury attorney as soon as possible. The lawyers at Tate Law Offices, P.C., are experienced in handling legal complications after a serious car accident or other personal injury. Our Arlington personal injury attorneys work hard to help our clients obtain fair compensation for their injuries. Please contact us to arrange a free evaluation of your personal injury case by calling 888-569-3903; 214-509-6995, Dallas; 817-479-9174, Ft. Worth; or 281-886-0375, Houston.

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Featured FAQ

How do I get the most money for my case?

Evidence is essential in order to get top dollar for an injury case. This means there must be proof of who was at fault for the accident and that the accident caused your injuries. Police reports and witness statements go a long way to proving fault while detailed medical records from qualified doctors (many times orthopedics or neurologists) are used to show the cause and extent of the injuries. We work to build a solid case in order to seek maximum compensation for our clients’ injuries.

Is there a benefit to being represented by a lawyer?

Most of the time in an accident injury situation, an insurance company will be your opponent. Insurance companies are very skilled at denying or minimizing injury claims – that’s how they make money. Insurance adjusters regularly deny claims that should be paid, or they offer only a small percent of the fair value of a claim. Our goal is the opposite. We develop a settlement package presenting our client’s case that often can result in our client receiving 10 to 20 times more compensation than what the insurance adjusters might offer for their injury claim. In such case, even after legal fees, our clients can net more money in their pocket. Even better, we work on a completely contingent basis, so there are no legal fees unless we are successful in collecting compensation for our clients.

Should I talk to the insurance company?

Do not talk to anyone at the insurance company. This includes their insurance adjusters and defense lawyers. Insurance companies frequently record phone conversations during which they ask leading questions designed to produce testimony that they can use to deny your case. If we are your lawyers, we will do the talking for you so you do not fall into the insurance company traps that are designed to decrease the value of your claim.

How do I pay my medical bills?

Medical bills can be paid through various manners such as health insurance, Medicare, Medicaid, Personal Injury Protection insurance funds, deferred billing, and letters of protection. Depending on all of the facts surrounding your case and the insurance companies involved, we produce a strategy that we believe will best benefit our clients. Also, even if our clients do not have access to health insurance, we can assist them with getting medical care that is paid at the end of the case – which means no upfront medical bills.

How do I collect my lost income?

Even if an injured person is not able to work after an accident, insurance company tactics are to disagree and assert that the person could work so the insurance companies can deny the claim for lost income. It is important to have a qualified doctor’s medical documentation that proves the inability to work for a certain period of time due to an injury. We work with our clients’ doctors and employers to prove the medical reason for not working and the calculation of lost earnings. This frequently results in a fight with the insurance company, but we believe that with solid evidence we are ultimately able to win the fight and collect our clients’ lost income.

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