With most personal injury cases, the negligent party has insurance to pay for all injuries and damages. However, the goal of insurance companies is to pay you as little as possible. After all, that’s how they make their money. Insurance companies have highly trained insurance adjusters to advance their goal of paying out as little as possible. You need someone on your side with knowledge of the law, and the skill and experience to go toe to toe with these trained professionals.
Injured? Your recovery starts with us.
If you have been injured, or if a family member has been killed as a result of the negligence of another person or corporation, look no further than Todd E. Tkach, P.C. With 25 years of experience, we’ve earned a reputation for integrity, trust, expertise, tenacity, and client satisfaction. Our never-ending goal is to protect your rights and hold the negligent person or corporation accountable for full compensation to you for your injuries and damages.
Our law practice includes representation for all types of serious personal injuries and wrongful death, including car wrecks, truck wrecks, premises liability (slip and falls and other defective conditions on property causing injury), construction accidents, work place injuries, dog bites, electrocutions and many others.
After an injury or the death of a loved one, it’s difficult to figure out what to do and what course of action to take. Especially when timely investigation and evidence gathering are essential. All cases are different and each case requires pain staking investigation and individual legal analysis with a rich knowledge of the law and the experience to make the right decisions. Complex cases require sophisticated legal representation. With proven results, trust your case to the attorneys and staff of Todd E. Tkach, P.C.
We’re licensed to represent injured people in any court in the State of Texas and have litigated cases throughout the state. We offer a free consultation and evaluation for all cases. Hiring Todd E. Tkach, P.C. means that you pay no attorneys’ fees, court costs or expenses, unless and until we get a money recovery for you. If you’ve been injured or a loved one has been killed, call us now. We’ll meet you at home, work, our office or any location of your choice for your free consultation and case evaluation.
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First and foremost, we will meet with you in person.
We can do this at our office, your home or place of business, or any other location you choose. Our first meeting is extremely important. At this meeting, we will discuss with you a number of things, including ... More
We will represent you based on a contingency fee agreement.
That means that you do not have to pay us any attorneys’ fees, unless and until we get a money recovery for you. Our fees are a percentage of the total recovery on the case, the amount of which determined by ... More
Your medical and billing records will be important documents.
And likely to be the most important documents we will need in order to get full compensation for your injuries. Therefore, at our initial meeting, we will also have you sign a medical authorization, providing ... More
If you have not seen a physician for your injuries, we will refer one.
If you have not yet seen a physician for your injuries, or if you would like to see a specialist or a different physician, we will refer you to a physician who specializes in the treatment of the injuries that you ... More
We will notify the insurance company.
After receiving your authorizations for representation and securing your medical treatment, we will immediately notify the insurance company insuring the person or company that injured you. Part of this notice ... More
We will fully investigate your case.
This may involve photographs of multiple things, including your injuries, the scene of the accident, automobiles, products or other objects, and/or the person who caused your injuries. The investigation may also ... More
We will gather all of your injury and damage information for submission.
After you have completed your medical treatment, or at least the amount of medical treatment to be physically stable, we will gather all of your injury and damage information for submission to the insurance adjuster ... More
The insurance company will likely extend an offer of settlement.
After the insurance adjuster has had sufficient time to review all of the damage information, they will likely extend an offer of settlement. At this point, we will try to negotiate a settlement of the claims ... More
If a settlement cannot be reached, we will file a lawsuit.
we will file a lawsuit and proceed with litigation. Frequently, after a sufficient amount of civil discovery has been completed the case will settle at a mediation. However, if the case does not settle ... More
Winning any personal injury case begins by establishing who is liable for your injuries and damages. In other words: Who is at fault? This question is made more complex by Texas law, which allows juries to apportion liability on a percentage basis. For example, in a given case, it’s quite possible that a jury could conclude that the Defendant was only 75% liable and that you are 25% liable. In that case, the Defendant would only be responsible for 75% of your injuries and damages. If there were 3 parties involved, a jury could apportion liability to 3 different people. The attorneys with Todd E. Tkach, P.C. have a clear understanding of the law and know how to present evidence to establish 100% liability on the negligent person.
After liability is established, a jury may award monetary compensation for injuries and damages. But, injuries and damages must be proved. Proof of damages requires the knowledge of what types of damages are recognized in Texas law and how to acquire and present the evidence so that it will be admissible in a court of law. Some of the more common types of damages include, past medical expenses, future medical expenses, pain and suffering, mental anguish, disfigurement, lost wages, loss of earning capacity, past and future impairment and loss of consortium. The attorneys with Todd E. Tkach, P.C. fully know and understand that a demonstration of damages is critical to a recovery on a personal injury case.
Frequently Asked Questions about our Personal Injury Practice
Why should I hire an attorney for my injury case?
How much will an attorney cost me?
We represent you based on a contingency fee agreement. That means that you don’t have to pay us anything unless and until we get a money recovery for you. That includes attorneys’ fees, court costs and expenses. We pay all costs and expenses necessary to pursue your case out of our own pocket. Reimbursement for our attorneys’ fees, costs and expenses, if any, will only come from an agreed upon money settlement or a jury award of money compensation. If we don’t receive any money on your case, you don’t owe us anything. No matter how much money we spent to pursue your case.
Do you charge for office consultations?
No. We never charge for any consultation on personal injury cases. Moreover, your consultation will include a full case analysis and evaluation.
Do I have to come to your office for a consultation?
No. We will meet you at your home, place of business, or any location of your choosing for your free consultation and case evaluation.
Should I accept the insurance company’s offer of settlement?
Generally, the answer is NO. In many cases, skilled insurance adjusters will immediately contact injured victims and will offer them a relatively small amount of money to quickly settle. Although the immediate cash is enticing and may even seem fair, it usually isn’t. It usually takes considerable time to fully realize all injuries and damages. Accepting a quick cash settlement prevents full understanding of injuries and damages, and cuts off any further pursuit of your claim.
Can I see any doctor for my injuries?
Yes. However, it’s important to see physicians who are specialized in the type of injury that you have. Only then can we understand the full extent of the injury, including the degree of recovery, the time period for recovery and the immediate and future costs of the necessary medical care.
Can you refer me to doctors for treatment?
Yes. We work with many physicians and can refer you to the doctor most appropriate for the injuries that you have. Additionally, the doctors we refer you to will treat you based on a Letter of Protection from us. That means that you don’t have to pay them out of your pocket for the medical care they provide. Instead, they will wait until your cases settles and will accept funds from your settlement to satisfy their bill.
People just like you trust Todd Tkach with their personal injury cases.
He is an excellent personal injury lawyer with vast experience as it relates to serious car, truck and on the job injuries. Call them today if you want an excellent lawyer!
Mr. Tkach is extremely knowledgeable, ethical and responsive! He knows the law and does not back down or put up with nonsense from opposing attorneys.