Lewisville Car Accident Lawyer


Given Lewisville’s variety of exciting events and places to explore, most residents and visitors rely on automobiles for transportation. Unfortunately, car accidents are a common occurrence and can result in severe injuries. The Texas Department of Transportation’s 2021 report states there were 4,489 fatalities due to motor vehicle accidents. When you suffer debilitating injuries and property damage in a car accident, you may be able to recover compensation from the party responsible for your accident. 

With over 28 years of experience advocating for Texas residents, Board-Certified Attorney Steve Kuzmich has the knowledge and resources to provide the best possible outcome for your claim. He understands the importance of recovering your losses and the financial burden a car accident may place on your shoulders. Our Kuzmich Law Firm, P.C. team will stay by your side every step of the way, so you may focus on recovering from your injuries. To learn more about how our firm can assist you, we invite you to call (972) 434-1555 and speak with a member of our team today.

Who Is Responsible for a Severe Car Accident?

Car accidents happen in an instant, making it challenging to determine who is responsible for the crash. When you work with an experienced attorney, they will use their knowledge and resources to evaluate the details of your accident and identify the responsible party. Some examples may include:

  • Other motor vehicle drivers (car, truck, and motorcycle)
  • Employers of negligent drivers
  • Vehicle distributors or dealerships
  • Government transit authorities
  • Manufacturers and designers
  • Other pedestrians or bicyclists

After you and your lawyer have reviewed your case and determined who is liable for the accident, your lawyer will need to provide proof of the following:

  • The liable party owed you a duty of care
  • The liable party breached their duty and acted negligently
  • The liable party’s negligence resulted in the accident and your damages

Determining fault is not always an easy process and depends on various factors, including the number of vehicles involved and the location of the accident. Speak with your lawyer about the types of documents or information vital for your claim.

What Types of Evidence Can Help Your Car Accident Claim?

If you do not have substantial evidence demonstrating the other party’s fault, recovering the compensation and justice you deserve may be challenging. However, an experienced lawyer will investigate and utilize their connections to gather crucial information for your claim. Some vital information they may obtain includes

Scene Or Accident Evidence

Physical evidence at the accident scene provides some of the most influential evidence for your claim. When you or someone else has the opportunity to collect evidence from the scene of the accident, the information gathered can play a vital role in reconstructing the sequence of events and determining fault. Here are a few examples of accident scene evidence:

  • Medical and injury documents
  • Dashcam or surveillance footage
  • Physical evidence from the accident
  • Eyewitness testimonials

Even if you were unable to gather evidence due to your injuries, your lawyer will have the time and resources to collect any information possible from the scene and surrounding area. 

Medical Documents And Expenses

Establishing a link between your injuries and the car accident is crucial in a car accident claim, and one effective method is retaining copies of medical documents and bills. These records not only serve as evidence but also provide a comprehensive account of the expenses incurred due to your injuries. At Kuzmich Law Firm, P.C., our dedicated lawyers will communicate with medical professionals on your behalf and gather all necessary medical documentation, alleviating you from the burden of handling the details and allowing you to concentrate solely on your recovery.

Photos And Video

Collecting footage from dashboard cameras, surveillance cameras, and even cell phones can significantly impact your claim. A notable advantage of advancing technology is sharing a reliable, viewable account of an accident. Pictures and videos will be able to show the judge a frame-by-frame of the accident and how the other person’s negligence resulted in the collision.

Waiting to file a car accident is inadvisable and places your compensation at risk. Under Texas law, the general statute of limitations for filing a car accident claim is two years from the accident date. However, the exact timeline depends on the circumstances of each case and may vary. It’s essential to speak with your lawyer about your specific timeline.

Speak With Board-Certified Attorney Steve Kuzmich Today

When dealing with the aftermath of a car accident, it’s crucial to have a skilled attorney by your side to ensure your rights are protected and no legal issues occur. At the Kuzmich Law Firm, P.C., our team of experienced lawyers has been advocating for the rights of Texas residents and working towards safer communities for over 28 years. We understand the obstacles you face and will utilize our extensive knowledge and professional network to achieve the best possible outcome for your claim. 

We have recovered millions of dollars in compensation for our clients, and we offer highly qualified and dedicated legal representation to prospective clients. To schedule a free consultation with Board-Certified Attorney Steve Kuzmich, please call (972) 434-1555 today.

You need an experienced team of advocates to be behind you from the very beginning, to protect your rights and your claim.

Let our knowledge and experience work for you.