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Were You Injured in a Traffic Collision in Williamson County?

Being injured in a car accident can be a deeply traumatic experience, both physically and emotionally. Beyond the immediate pain and suffering, there are often significant financial burdens, including medical bills, lost wages, and rehabilitation costs. Our team of skilled attorneys can guide you through every step of the process, from gathering evidence and negotiating with insurance companies to representing you in court if necessary.

At Smith & Vinson Law Firm, we understand the challenges that arise from being injured in a car accident. With our extensive legal experience and dedication to our clients' well-being, we are committed to helping you pursue the compensation you deserve. We can fight tirelessly on your behalf to ensure that your rights are protected and that you receive fair and just compensation for your injuries and losses. 

With our car accident attorneys in Austin by your side, you can focus on your recovery with the confidence that your case is in capable hands.

For more information or to request a consultation, call (512) 359-3743 now.

Common Car Accident Injuries 

In 2023, car accidents in Austin killed 36 motorists and seriously injured 284 others. Many of the most serious collisions occur on or near I-35 and state highways that snake through the city, but anyone can be involved in a serious car accident pretty much anywhere.

Car accidents can result in a wide range of injuries, varying from minor bruises to severe, life-altering conditions. The force and impact of a collision can cause the body to sustain injuries in various ways, depending on factors such as speed, vehicle size, and the use of safety features. Some injuries may be immediately apparent, while others might manifest days or even weeks after the accident. 

Common car accident injuries include:

  • Whiplash
  • Head and brain injuries
  • Back and spinal cord injuries
  • Broken bones and fractures
  • Soft tissue injuries (such as strains, sprains, and contusions)
  • Internal injuries (including organ damage and internal bleeding)
  • Psychological trauma (such as post-traumatic stress disorder) 

These injuries can not only cause physical pain and discomfort but also lead to emotional distress and financial hardship. Seeking immediate medical attention following a car accident is crucial, even if injuries seem minor at first. 

What Should I Do After a Car Accident 

In the aftermath of a car accident, it's crucial to remain calm and focused on the necessary steps to ensure your safety and protect your rights. Knowing what to do in the immediate aftermath can make a significant difference in the outcome of the situation. 

These are some essential steps to take after a car accident:

  • Check for injuries: Assess yourself and others involved in the accident for any injuries. If anyone is injured, call emergency services immediately.
  • Move to safety: If possible, move vehicles to a safe location to prevent further accidents or hazards. Turn on hazard lights and use warning triangles or flares if available.
  • Call the police: Even in minor accidents, it's important to report the incident to law enforcement. They can document the scene, gather information, and create an official report.
  • Exchange information: Exchange contact and insurance information with the other parties involved in the accident. Be sure to collect names, phone numbers, license plate numbers, and insurance policy details.
  • Document the scene: Take photos of the accident scene, including vehicle damage, road conditions, traffic signs, and any visible injuries. This documentation can be valuable for insurance claims and legal proceedings.
  • Seek medical attention: Even if you don't feel seriously injured, it's important to seek medical evaluation promptly. Some injuries may not be immediately apparent but could worsen over time. 
  • Contact a lawyer: Schedule a consultation with a personal injury lawyer who can handle car accident claims. This legal professional can help you assess your potential for recovering damages.
  • Notify your insurance company: Report the accident to your insurance company as soon as possible. Provide them with accurate information and cooperate fully with their investigation.

By following these steps, you can protect your well-being and lay the groundwork for a smoother resolution to the aftermath of the accident. Remember to also consult with a qualified attorney who can provide guidance and support in navigating any legal issues that may arise.

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  • Passionate About Helping People Get What They Deserve
  • Highly Communicative & Responsive
  • Team Approach to Your Injury Case
  • Highly Personalized Representation
  • Honest & Straightforward Legal Guidance
  • Former Prosecutors on the Team

Contact Us for Legal Assistance 

If you were injured in a car accident, you can always reach out to Smith & Vinson Law Firm for help. If we think we can help you recover compensation for your injuries and other losses, our car accident lawyers in Austin can provide you with legal options to take the next step. 

You only have a limited time to file your claim, so don’t wait. Reach out to us as soon as possible to get started. 

Get in touch with our legal team today by contacting us online.

A Proven Track Record

Check Out Our Recent Case Results
  • Allowed to Remain on Parole Parole Revocation Hearing

    Our client had been released on parole and was a model parolee, when one day he fell asleep and his nephew tampered with his ankle monitor. The client’s parole officer was furious and applied for a warrant for his arrest on a parole violation. The parole officer made a big show of his belief that our client was a danger to society and was attempting to cut his ankle monitor and run.

  • Case Dismissed DWI

    Our client was stopped by a police officer for driving the wrong way down a one-way street. A Blood Warrant was issued, and the test came back .09. Our client was new to the area and attempting to get a job. Pleading guilty to a DWI was not an option. After negotiating with the prosecutor, our firm was able to get the DWI charge dismissed after successful completion of 18 months deferred prosecution.

  • NOT GUILTY Sexual Abuse

    ONE COUNT OF CONTINUOUS SEXUAL ABUSE OF A MINOR; THREE COUNTS OF AGGRAVATED SEXUAL ASSAULT OF A MINOR; TWO COUNTS OF INDECENCY OF A MINOR BY CONTACT/EXPOSURE

  • Pre-Trial Diversion DWI Voluntary Blood Draw

    Our Client was pulled over and investigated for DWI. He was asked to perform Standard Field Sobriety Tests and subjected to an eye movement test. He also voluntarily provided a blood sample to be tested. The results were twice the legal limit.

  • Not Guilty 2nd DWI

    911 caller reported a major rollover, single car accident. EMS and fire arrived on scene. They had to break the window to get our client out of the car. He said he had swerved to miss a deer and had been up close to 18 hours before the crash. Police later arrived on scene, spoke to our client and he admitted to coming from a bar and drinking 2 martinis.

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Combined Years of Experience