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North Texas Personal Injury Law Firm

About Chandler | Ross

Chandler | Ross, PLLC is the North Texas personal injury law firm dedicated to winning.  Managing attorneys Brent Chandler and John Ross, Jr. have over 30 years of combined experience in personal injury and jury-trial representation.  Our attorneys are here to relentlessly pursue and obtain just compensation for those injured or killed as a result of the negligence or criminal behavior of others.  Protecting these rights and pursuing justice is our passion.  With offices in Denton, Tarrant and Dallas Counties, we are positioned to provide the most effective and highly-skilled representation possible.  

Don’t wait, and don’t compromise – contact us today to see how we can help you.  In most cases, you pay nothing unless you win.  

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Frequently Asked Questions

Do you off free consultation for all personal injury cases?

Yes we do offer Free Consultations! We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to take your call. We will review your case for free and give you our honest opinion. The team at Chandler Ross Law is here to help so contact us now at (940)-800-2500 or email us at Support@chandlerrosslaw.com

Where are your offices located?

With offices in Denton, Tarrant and Dallas Counties, we are positioned to provide the most effective and highly-skilled representation possible. Contact us today set up a free consultation at one our offices!

What if I've already taken steps independently on my case?

More often than not, our new clients have begun the claims process themselves and find it stressful and burdensome, or simply cannot afford to pay out of pocket for the medical treatment they need, and for that reason they seek our assistance. Once we are retained by a client, we immediately begin gathering the requisite information and immediately inform the insurance carriers to direct all communication to our office. It is our goal to alleviate as much stress as we can from our clients so they can concentrate on getting healthy again, both mentally and physically.

Will the information about my case I share with you be confidential?

Yes. The information you share with us is protected by the attorney-client privilege and will remain confidential. This protection will apply even when our legal representation terminates or if you do not retain our firm. Because your communications with us are privileged, it is important that you make full disclosure of all pertinent facts with respect to your personal injury claim (such as prior injuries) so that we can fully access your case. This is further important so the defense does not catch us by surprise in the middle of representation, which could be detrimental to your case.

What things should I bring to my personal injury case free consultation?

You should bring all documents in your possession that are related to your injury. For example, with respect to auto accidents, you should bring a copy of the police or incident report, a copy of your automobile insurance declaration page, photographs of your automobile, photographs of your injuries, copies of medical records for treatment related to the accident, correspondence from the insurance companies, estimates and repair records and receipts for your automobile, receipts for towing and car rental, and any wage loss information. During your meeting, we will make photocopies of all of your documents so that you can retain a copy for your records. We will also provide you with checklists for any other information that we may need from you.

What happens if a person dies before bringing a personal injury lawsuit?

This type of loss is referred to as a wrongful death. Spouses, domestic partners, parents, children, siblings, and grandparents can have a claim for wrongful death against the responsible parties. The relationship with the decedent will dictate the priority of the claim. The types of damages that can be sought depending on that relationship are: Financial support that the survivor(s) would have received, Value of household services that would have been provided by the decedent, Loss of companionship, affection, love, care, comfort, society, Loss of consortium (sexual relations) for the surviving spouse, Funeral and burial expenses. Because the loss of a loved one can completely alter the life of the surviving family, it is important to retain an experienced personal injury attorney to recover the just compensation you deserve. We have handled wrongful death cases with great success and compensation for our clients.