About Robert Blocker, P.C.
Are you willing to take on the big guys? Yes. Our Dallas personal injury law firm has successfully handled claims – both pre-suit and in litigation – against some of the largest publicly traded companies. These companies include pharmaceutical, freight carrier and retail chain companies.
What kind of a win/loss record do you have?
An overwhelming majority of cases we take on result in a meaningful recovery to our client. Most cases are settled without trial and without a jury verdict.
Do I have to pay the attorneys up front?
No. We work on a contingent fee basis. This means we only get paid if we recover money on your behalf.
Do I have to pay the attorneys anything if we are unable to collect a recovery?
No. Under a contingent fee contract the attorneys assume all the risk. No recovery, no payment.
About Other Insurance
Should I use my health insurance?
Should I use my Workers Compensation coverage?
Yes. You are also entitled to allow us to make a claim on your behalf against the responsible third party.
What is Personal Injury Protection (PIP) coverage?
Personal Injury Protection coverage is no-fault insurance that can be used to pay for your medical bills regardless of who is at fault.
Should I use my Personal Injury Protection (PIP) coverage if the other driver is at fault?
The other driver has no insurance. Do I still have a case?
Yes. If you have uninsured motorist coverage, we can assert your claim under the uninsured motorist coverage of the policy.
About Your Bills And Your Car
Who is going to pay my medical bills?
Under Texas law, the responsible party is obligated to pay your medical bills in addition to the other damages you may be entitled to receive.
Who is going to pay for the damage to my vehicle?
The negligent driver is responsible for the property damage. Alternatively, if you have collision coverage, you can get your car fixed through your own insurance company and they will seek reimbursement from the other driver’s insurance company.
Does the other insurance company have to pay for my rental vehicle?
Yes. If your car is repairable, you are entitled to a rental while your vehicle is being repaired.
I do not yet have an attorney, should I give a recorded statement to the other insurance company?
No. The recorded statement is designed get information from you that may possibly hurt your case. Ask us about this…if we believe a recorded statement is necessary, an attorney representing your interests should be present.
What if I have no health insurance, can I still get medical treatment?
Yes. There are options we can present to you if this situation exists.