Free Personal Injury Resources (Texas Residents)
Free legal information is available for you. The Texas personal injury attorneys at Roberts & Roberts Law Firm have free offers to help you make the right decisions in your case.
Need to Know If You Have a Case?
- Free One-Hour Personal Injury Case Audit – Let one of our board certified attorneys review your case and explain your options.
- Free Trial Offer – Try out our services for 30 days. If you are not completely satisfied with our services, just let us know. We will return your file to you and charge you nothing — no questions asked.
- Free House Calls and Hospital Visits – Unable to meet with us at our offices? No problem – we will come to you anywhere in the country.
We also offer the following free resources:
- Free Brochures – These brochures will help to answer some of the most common questions you may have on a variety of legal matters.
- Free Pharmacy Discount Card – Are you injured and without prescription insurance coverage? If so, request one of our free Pharmacy Discount cards that are good for over 50,000 prescriptions at more than 50,000 pharmacies.
- Free Books and legal answers – If you want to make sure your rights are protected after an accident, then request one of our complimentary books.
- Free Glove Box Organizer – Free glove box organizer available.
- Free Newsletter – Keep current on the latest consumer legal news and safety tips with our free quarterly newsletter, “Safety & The Law.”
Should you choose to hire us, we usually work on a percentage so that you are not obligated to pay us anything unless you are compensated. The attorney’s fee is a percentage of your recovery, and that percentage is based on the difficulty of the case. You will not be obligated to pay any attorney’s fees, court costs, or other legal expenses unless you are compensated.
To speak directly with one of our attorneys about your claim, call us now at 903-597-6000 . You can also contact us online. The call costs you nothing . . . it could mean everything. Only available for Texas residents.