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Millions of Texans suffer car accident injuries in crashes every year. Hundreds die. Some wrecks are unavoidable, but most crashes could be prevented. They are caused by someone’s careless acts.

If you have been in a motor vehicle accident, call Houston car accident lawyer Niles Sneed today. Niles has experience helping accident victims get the compensation they deserve after a devastating wreck. Insurance companies have a legal duty to fully compensate those harmed by the negligence of their insured. 

We specialize in complex claims involving multiple vehicles, trucks and 18 wheelers, pedestrians, and hit and runs accidents. In addition to personal injury and wrongful death attorney, and child-related accidents in Houston. As a result, we are uniquely prepared to address the needs of people injured in serious car accidents.

Why You Need A Houston Car Accident Lawyer

  • Our firm recovered over $10.5 million in auto accident verdicts and settlements for clients in 2020

  • Our Houston car accident attorneys will do their absolute best to obtain you the maximum compensation for your injured and damages

  • We never accept more than 15 cases at a time so that your injury claim receives personalized attention and high-quality resources. 

  • Our law firm knows how to negotiation and litigate all types of motor vehicle accidents, from head on collisions to rear-end, drunk driving (DUI) accidents to those that are fatal.  

  • Our firm aims to help families and auto accident survivors in every way possible – including by offering our services on a contingency fee basis.

  • We pride ourselves on being top-rated and unbeaten in the courtroom, when people ask, "Who is the best car accident lawyer near me?" Our prior clients and Google Reviews will tell you, we are. 

Attorney Niles Sneed and The Injury Team can assist you today with your car accident injuries. If you've suffered lawyers and are considering hiring an attorney, hire the best in Houston. Don't let the Insurance company end your claim without fully compensating your for your injuries and damages. Let us make the negligent driver is held liable. As always, consultations are FREE and you owe us nothing until we win.


When you or a loved one suffer injuries in a car accident, your recovery includes more than medical treatment. You may need assistance repairing or replacing your vehicle, securing a rental car, getting to physical therapy, obtaining lost wages, or negotiating medical and hospital bills. Additionally, the insurance adjuster will be attempting to settle your claim before your injuries have a chance to heal.



Our dedication and drive to succeed in your case is backed by our commitment to personal attention. You will find that we are attentive to your needs and accessible 24/hours a day. We are ready to hear all of your concerns and make certain all of your questions are addressed during our first conversation. We will do everything necessary to ensure you that you are not alone at any time throughout this process. 


Additionally, we make meeting with us convenient for you. From our fully staffed offices we help clients in Houston, Katy, Cypress, The Woodlands, Humble, Sugar land and throughout Harris County. We also represent clients in League City, Galveston, and across Texas. We want to meet your needs no matter where your car crash occurred.

Our auto accident attorneys focus solely on the needs of people like you and have been recognized as members and leaders of statewide and national organizations. Lawyers from our firm are also included among the best lawyers in Greater Houston, Texas, Top 40 Under 40 lists, and are nominated for inclusion in the Texas Super Lawyers list. 

What is a car accident lawyer?

A car accident lawyer is a lawyer who specializes in helping people who have been injured in car accidents. If you have been in a car accident, you may be able to get help from a car accident lawyer. A car accident lawyer can help you get compensation for your injuries, and can also help you with any other legal problems that you may have after the accident. If you are not sure whether or not you need a car accident lawyer, you should talk to one. A car accident lawyer can help you understand your rights and can help you make sure that you get the compensation that you deserve.

Do I need a Houston car accident lawyer?

Clients injured in motor vehicle accidents quickly understand the importance of having an accident attorney nearby. Automobile collisions often necessitate an extensive medical treatment and rehabilitation process, so it us important to have a law firm with a network of medical professionals close to your home or work location. When clients tell us of their injuries we are able to refer them to orthopedics, neurologists, psychologists, plastic surgeons, physical therapists, chiropractors, and more, all within ten minutes of their location. 

Our services also includes: 

  • Purchasing your police crash report.

  • Photographing the damaged vehicles.

  • Collecting eye-witness statements.

  • Securing information of the event data recorder or "black box"

  • Investigating the scene of the car accident.

  • Asset searching the at-fault driver for you.

  • Consulting with experts that include accident reconstruction companies, mechanical engineers, economists, and medical care and life-care planning experts.

  • Closely examining all applicable insurance policies.

  • Ensuring all claims are filed for you in a timely manner.

  • Aggressively negotiating with the at-fault's auto insurance company.

  • Presenting a persuasive case before a mediator.

  • Taking your case to trial when insurance adjuster's refuse to provide full compensation.

  • Resolving and negotiating any health care liens attached to your recovery.

Additionally, an accident attorney in close proximity to the you or the accident location understands the applicable local municipal rules and traffic control laws that may aid in determining liability in the accident. The lawyer would also be aware of dangerous road designs or construction efforts that could have contributed in causing the wreck.

Attorney Niles Sneed is a car accident lawyer and can assist you in determining who caused the accident, who should be help liable, and the maximum level of compensation you are entitled to. Contact attorney Niles Sneed today to determine your rights and remedies moving forward. And remember, consultations are always free. If you would like to learn more about protecting your claim even prior to speaking with an attorney, review our blog discussing the important do's and dont's after being involved in a crash. 

Do I need an attorney for a minor car accident?

The only time auto accidents victims should not hire an attorney is when they only plan to file a property damage claim against the at-fault party. If you were hurt in the accident, even if you're experiencing delayed injuries, contact an attorney as soon as possible. Insurance adjusters know that you’re tempted to accept the first few settlement offers. But without an attorney, the offer will not cover the amount of compensation adequate in relation to your pain and suffering, medical expenses, ongoing treatment needs, lost income, rental, and other damages. 

Let a qualified Houston personal injury attorney from Sneed|Mitchell LLP help you recover the full financial damages you deserve. No matter what type of auto accident your claim involves, you can trust us to fight for your best interests and greatest return. We will take care of your legal needs, so you can focus on what matters most, your healing. 

Common types of traffic collisions


We can take on auto accident cases involving:



In the unfortunate event you are in an accident, our lawyers will provide you the information of what to do after a car accident. We want to help clients through the process of recovery from a motor vehicle collision physically, mentally, emotionally, and financially, starting from the beginning and guiding you through, step by step. In the aftermath of a serious crash, trust a dedicated car accident lawyer  in Houston can help. We offer free initial consultations so you can get the answers you need at no cost, risk, or obligation.

Common Car Accident Injuries

Our car accident lawyers in Houston focus heavily on traffic laws due to the frequency and severity of these accidents. In the City of Houston alone, the most recent year data available from the Texas Department of Transportation, there were over 64,000 fatal and injury accidents. The NHTSA’s Fatality Analysis Reporting System also lists I-45, I-10, and US-59 amongst the Top 50 Most Dangerous Highways in the United States.


The Types Of Injuries We Handle


Our lawyers also help car accident clients fight for compensation for non-physical injuries. Under Texas law, non-physical injuries are called, “non-compensatory damages” and allow plaintiffs to demand compensation for the emotional, mental and psychological suffering in addition to their physical pain, disfigurement, and economic losses. Our lawyers understand that after you have been hit by a negligent driver, dealing with car accident injuries can be stressful for the victim. Our firm may be able to help you seek a fair amount for your pain and suffering, emotional damages, anguish, grief, distress, and post-traumatic stress disorder after a bad auto accident.

Common Causes of Car Crashes

There are many common causes of car accidents in Houston, with a large majority being the result of a driver’s inattention or distracted driving. 

Some examples are the following:

  • Texting while driving - Distracted driving is the leading cause of motor vehicle accidents in Houston. Distractions are classified as auditory, visual, manual, and cognitive. Certain actions, such as texting, involves all four categories of distractions. Other common distractions includes eating, programming or watching a GPS device, applying makeup, adjusting radio or air conditioning volume, applying makeup, or any form of physical or visual distraction a motorist can be engaged in. A recent study conducted in 2020 by Zendrive examined cell phone usage and determined that Houston has more distracted drives than any other city in the United States. In 2019, according to the Texas Department of Transportation, there were more than 97000 collisions caused by distracted driving. 

  • Drunk driving (DWI and DUI) accidents - Drunk driving is a leading cause of car accidents here in Houston. Under Texas Law, if a driver has an .08% or higher "Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) level, he or she is considered legally intoxicated and could be charged with a DWI. 

  • Speeding: Every year, approximately 13,000 people die in car accidents where speeding was a contributing factor. Trailing only Dallas, Houston ranks second in the United States for the number of fatal wrecks involving speeding. Speeding accidents often results in someone being read-ended into while stopped at a red light, or struck from behind in congested traffic on the freeway or access ramp.

  • Running a stop sign - Most accidents occur at intersections and stop signs. The structural damage to vehicles in accidents caused by stop sign violations usually ranges from moderate to total loss, depending on the 

  • Running red lights: Red light violations cause approximately 165,000 injuries a year and most commonly result in broadside or "T-bone" collisions. Broadside collisions often cause structural damage that results in the vehicles being determined a total loss. 

  • Unsafe lane changes

  • Aggressive driving: Aggressive driving is a growing public concern in Houston and across Harris County, often resulting in the aggressor also fleeing scene of the traffic accident. To avoid aggressive driving: 

    • Use your horn short and sparingly

    • Stay calm and avoid forms of retaliation

    • Plan ahead and anticipate a motorist's actions

    • Focus on your own driving. Be cautious and considerate

    • Give the angry driver additional room

    • Avoid eye contact with the driver

    • Use the left lane only when passing

    • Do not flash your bright when behind another car

    • If you're concerned for your safety, call 911.

  • Brake checking: Break checking is a form of road rage and illegal here in Texas. In accidents where aggressive forms of driving endangers people witness testimony or video surveillance in necessary to prove the liable party was engaged in these behaviors.  

  • Passing in no passing zone

  • Vehicle defects like recalls, tire blowouts, and airbag failures

  • Dangerous or poorly maintained roads

  • Road work site accidents

  • Window tint violations

  • Violating railroad riles

  • Failing to stop for pedestrians

More than 3,600 people die on Texas roadways every year, with the most common contributor being speed-related accidents. A speed-related collision can occur anywhere, but certain streets here in Houston have been recognized for having a higher rate of speed related traffic collisions, including South Post Oak Road, Airline Drive, Fry Road, Main Street, Beechnut and West Little York. 


In cases where a driver is not legally liable in causing the accident, the responsible party could be:


  • A bar or nightclub that over-served a driver 

  • Vehicle manufacturers

  • Car dealership or reseller

  • Vehicle repair shops

  • Construction companies

  • A police department

  • Local governmental authority

For complex auto accidents such as those involving the above responsible Defendant, you need to select the best car accident lawyer in Houston to handle your claim. Niles Sneed is considered by his peers to be among the premier trial lawyers in Texas. Many lawyers claim to be trial attorneys, Niles' work speaks for itself. 

Don't pick a Houston attorney based on an advertisement. You need an attorney respected by insurance carriers are well aware of our reputation. It is our earnest belief that the team of trial lawyers at our law firm is elite and among the very best in the state. State Farm, Farmers, USAA, Geico, Progressive, Root, and other insurance companies keep detailed notes on the firms that have won against them. Our verdicts speak for volumes. 

Forms of Traffic Collisions

On average, around 200 car accidents occur each day here in Harris County, and research indicates that most occur within five miles of the home. There are many types of car accidents, with the most common types being: 


Rear-end collisions


Causes of rear-end collisions include driver inattention, tailgating, and panic stops. One of the common scenarios our clients experience is when we stopped at a red light and rear ended by the at-fault.

T-bone collisions


 T-bone accidents, also called “side impact” or broadside collisions occur when the front end of one vehicle crashes into the side of another. Usually this happens when a driver fails to stop and a stop sign or traffic signal. These collisions often result in vehicles being declared a “total loss” and serious bodily injuries. 

Sideswipe collisions


Sideswipe collisions happen when cars traveling parallel or going opposite directions swipe the side of one another. One driver is normally making a lane change and doesn’t see the other driver in their blind spot. 

Vehicle rollovers

A rollover accident is when a vehicle flips, lands on its side or roof, or completes a full revolution. These accidents are amongst the most dangerous form of vehicular crash and account for more than 10,000 fatalities each year. Wearing a seat belt significantly increases the survival rate. The most common reasons for rollover car accidents include:

  • Unexpected road conditions

  • Increment weather 

  • Poor road conditions

  • Distracted driving

  • Drowsy driving

  • Driving under the influence

Rollover accident are often avoidable and the result of a driver's negligence.  


Head-on collisions

Head-on collisions are traffic collisions where the front ends hit each other when traveling opposite directions. Although the frequency of these accidents is low, they cause the most fatalities and tragic consequences each year in Houston. 

The most common head-on accident injuries include:

  • Traumatic brain injuries

  • Spinal cord injuries

  • Whiplash

  • Lacerations

  • Contusions

  • Broken bones

Multiple vehicle pileups


Usually called “pile up”, multi-car collision, or multi-vehicle collision, these road traffic accidents involve many vehicles and generally occur on high-capacity and high speed routs like freeways. 



Hit and run accidents are a daily occurrence in Houston and involve a driver causing an accident and fleeing the scene. The likelihood of being involved in a hit and run is 1 in 10 according to the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety.

Texas Car Insurance Law

Texas car insurance law requires motorists to provide proof of their financial responsibility after collisions occur on our state's roads and highways. Most vehicle owners choose to comply with this requirement by purchasing car insurance. The Texas Department of Insurance (TxDOT) requires a driver to have the following minimum amounts of liability car insurance coverage:


  • $30,000 for bodily injury liability per person injured in an accident you cause

  • $60,000 for total bodily injury liability when two or more people are injured in an accident you cause, and

  • $25,000 for property damage per accident you cause.

This basic coverage is known as a "30/60/25" coverage plan and covers the non-responsible party’s medical costs, vehicle damage, pain and suffering and all costs to other drivers, passengers, and pedestrians that suffered injuries as a result of the at-fault unsafe or negligent actions, up to coverage limits. 

Once policy limits are exhausted, the at-fault is then responsible for any additional sum necessitated by the victim’s damages from the car accident. 

Texas Auto Accident Laws

Texas has complex car accident laws that are important to understand as a non-liable party. Otherwise, you could make a mistake that negatively impacts your opportunity to secure fill compensation for your damages – or any compensation at all. After a crash in Houston, Cypress, Humble, Pasadena, Pearland, Spring, or elsewhere in Harris County, contact an experienced Houston auto accident lawyer as soon as you can for information about your accident. We will make it easy to navigate the laws pertaining to your case.

Statute of limitations


One key law to know is your statute of limitations, or the deadline for filing a lawsuit. In Texas, all crash victims have two (2) years from the date of their car accidents to file related to their bodily injuries and two (2) years for property-damage only claims. Judges in Harris County courts generally do not provide time extensions to these rules. The clock begins on the date of discovery is claims that only involve vehicular damage. 


Fault Based Insurance Coverage


Texas follows fault-based car insurance laws. The Texas Department of Insurance requires that all drivers maintain adequate liability insurance: bodily injury coverage ($30,000 per person, $60,000 per accident) and property damage liability ($25,000). After an accident, non-liable parties file claims with the at-fault party’s insurance company. Injury victims also have the right to bring a lawsuits instead of insurance claims, which is sometimes a better recovery option, depending on the situation. 

Modified Comparative Fault In Texas

The State of Texas does not prevent a victim from recovering financial compensation recovery accidents that partially caused to occur. Instead, the rules of modified comparative fault that reduce the victim’s recovery award by his or her portion (or percentage) of fault. Under this system, a victim can recover a compensation award as long as they are found less than 51% at fault. An attorney from our firm will assist you in standing up for your rights by asserting a comparative negligence defense.

One of the reasons clients hire Sneed|Mitchell LLP is for our immense knowledge and understanding of Texas car accident laws. We stay updated on the latest changes in the law – and we also push for positive changes through our litigation. We are often at the forefront of the laws in Texas. Our mission is not just to help you completely recovery, but to make a positive impact on on your life and future through our legal efforts.

What should I do in a hit and run accident?

A hit-and-run accident is one in which the at-fault driver does not remain at the scene of the accident to fulfil their legal duty of care, which includes exchanging contact information and insurance policy details. In a hit-and-run case, you might not know how to properly proceed with a property or bodily injury claim since the identity of the driver is unknown. Texas at-fault car insurance laws do not apply when the responsible driver is unknown, leaving the innocent party to utilize their own full coverage insurance benefits instead.  


Not all hope is lost. To protect your chance of recovery after a hit and run accident, call the police as soon as possible. The police can investigate the crash site, license plate information, and surveillance cameras, which may help track down the at-fault driver. If the police are successful, you can proceed with a car accident claim like in any other claim. If the at-fault driver cannot be located, however, you will have to seek compensation through use of your own auto insurance coverage. The Texas Transportation Code provides that the operator of a motor vehicle that does not remain at the scene has committed a criminal offense can be fined up to $5,000, and face imprisonment up to five years. 


In Texas, drivers are not required to obtain uninsured/underinsured motorist insurance. If you have this insurance benefit, your insurer will pay for your property damage repairs and medical bills related to the hit-and-run accident damages. A Houston auto accident attorney from our firm can help ensure that you receive a settlement that each form of damage that you suffered. If negotiations are unsuccessful, our attorney will file the lawsuit in Harris County and have a Texas jury decide the claim. 

I Was Hit By A Commercial Vehicle

If you were hit by a driver that you believe was operating a commercial motor vehicle, you need to speak with an experienced attorney. A commercial motor vehicle is one that operates for a commercial, or business purpose, and therefore includes all semi tractor tractors, those carrying products such as Amazon and FedEx, ridesharing vehicles like Uber and Lyft, and even those used for visual advertising. 


Insurance companies issue commercial general liability policies often aggressively defend these claims because coverage limits are often much larger. Our firm often sees policies range from $250,000 to $1,000,000, which provides a large benefit to clients that suffered extensive injuries or economic impact.  

What Types Of Damages Can A Houston Car Accident Lawyers Help Me Obtain?

If you want to file a claim for damages, we will help you understand what types of damages are obtainable in Texas and to list in your demand letter against the at-fault driver. Every car accident case is different, with unique types of damages and impacts suffered by the survivors. Seeking the right type and amount of damages increased your chances of obtaining a successful insurance settlement. 


A Houston auto accident lawyer from Sneed|Mitchell LLP will review your case and calculate a fair amount to claim. Then, we can fight to secure this amount or more from an insurance company or another liable defendant here in Harris County.


  • Existing medical debts

  • Future treatment costs 

  • Temporary or permanent disfigurement

  • Past lost wages

  • Future lost wage

  • Car damage repairs 

  • Pain and suffering damages

  • Emotional distress

  • Mental anguish

  • Lost enjoyment of life

  • Loss of use

  • Wrongful death damages

  • Punitive damages


If you suffered catastrophic injuries or a loved one died in a car accident in Houston or Harris County, your case could be worth a significant amount. Don’t settle for less than the true potential value of your claim. Hire an attorney from our firm to help fight for the recovery you needed to restore your life and more forward in comfort and confidence. We can also estimate the settlement based on prior car accident case settlements and verdicts during a free consultation right now.

Can I Choose The Automobile Repair Shop?

The Texas Department of Insurance provides that by law, you have the right to select where you motor vehicle is repaired and the parts used for your vehicle. Therefore, do not let an insurance adjuster strong-arm you into selecting a repair shop on their "qualified" list. The insurance company is liable to pay reasonable repair costs for the vehicle's structural damages. The insurance adjuster can only use one estimate to determine the amount of damage. 

The Most Dangerous Intersections in Houston

Our personal injury lawyers worked to determine which intersections in Houston are the most dangerous to our clients by researching which crossroads had more than 40 collisions the previous three years. 

The following roads are most threatening to the safety of local motorists: 

  1. Long Point at Gessner

  2. Sam Houston Parkway at Westheimer Road

  3. Main Street at South Loop

  4. St. Joseph Parkway at Pierce Street 

  5. Spring Branch at Sam Houston Parkway

  6. Sam Houston Parkway at Highway 6

  7. I-45 at Sam Houston Parkway

Not only does Houston have some of the dangerous intersections in Texas, but each year the 100 miles portion of Interstate 45 (I-45) running through Houston ranks as the most deadly stretch of freeway in the United States. Data from the Texas Department of Transportation provides that the most common contributing factor in these accidents is speeding, followed by alcoholic and drug-related aggravating factors. When driving on any busy intersection or roadway, always be aware of the vehicles nearby to help detect the unsafe actions of others. 

How Much Is My Auto Accident Claim Worth?

The value of your Houston car accident case will depend on several factors, including:

  • The extent and severity of your physical injuries.

  • The cost of your current and future medical treatment.

  • The extent of damage to your car.

  • The level of your pain and suffering, including the mental and emotional anguished caused by the car crash.

  • The amount of lost wages, including any future economic impacts. 

Our personal injury lawyers believe that motor vehicle accident victims shouldn’t have to worry about paying their rent or mortgage, putting food on the table, or buying Christmas presents for their children. Our experienced car accident attorneys fight tirelessly to get you the largest settlement or verdict possible, so that your can overcome the experience as soon as possible. 

If you would like an estimate as to the value of your car accident claim, we can help. Our attorneys routinely inform potential clients of their settlement potential, whether you were struck by a standard vehicle or commercial truck

What Happens During A Car Accident Lawsuit?

If you or a loved one were injured in an auto accident, you may need to file a lawsuit to recover your medical costs, lost income, pain and suffering, property damage, and other damages. Filing the personal injury claim can involve the following steps and stages:

  • Contact an the best car accident lawyer: An experienced car accident lawyer will ensure the proper evidence is preserved, refer you to the best doctors, evaluate all of your injuries to determine the level of compensation you are entitled to recover, and do all possible to ensure you secure the maximum level of compensation made possible under Texas Law. 

  • Issue a Demand Letter: After you have reached your maximum medical recovery, our attorneys will collect your medical treatment records and bills, calculate your lost wages, and submit a Demand Letter to the at-fault motorist's insurance carrier. That letter will detail the amount of damages that the insurance adjuster must pay you resolve your case before trial.

  • Settlement Negotiations and Trial Preparation: Given our reputation for recovering award-winning verdicts in the courtroom, insurance companies and their adjusters know our Car Accident Attorneys will never accept an inadequate settlement and won’t hesitate to go to trial if they refuse to pay maximum compensation for all of your injuries and losses. As a result, many car accident claims that we handle settle for more than average. 

  • Discovery: If your claim is within the 3% of our auto accident cases that do not initially settle, then our attorneys file the lawsuit and the "Discovery Phase" begins. During this phase, we request the at-fault driver's driving history, text messaging records, and insurance claim file from the insurance company’s litigation attorneys. Once we receive responses, even if we have to compel through filing motions with the court, we’ll then take the deposition of the driver and any witnesses to the crash, your doctors, and anyone else with information relevant to how and why the crash occurred. The amount of damages we’ll seek on your behalf at trial is also effected by the helpful evidence obtained through the Discovery Phase.

  • Mediation: Many judges here in Harris County require both parties to participate in alternative dispute resolution efforts before trial. In this mediation the neutral third-party mediator attempts to help the parties negotiate to avoid the claim being placed before the jury in the courtroom.

  • Trial: If the Defendant refuses to pay the full level of compensation owed before the date of trail, then the lawsuit will go to court. Depending on the complexity of the case and the number of witnesses involved, trials typically last 1 to 3 days. Before opening statements, and even during trial, insurance adjusters and their lawyers often approach our attorneys to settle the case before the jury returns a verdict in favor of our client. If the cases reaches a settlement, the judge information the jury that the case as been successfully resolved and the Defendant is absolved of liability. 

How do I obtain missed wages after a car accident?

If your injuries prevent you from returning to work after a car accident in Texas, you are entitled to collect compensation any current and future lost wages you experience. Even when victims continue to receive wages through utilization of sick time or paid time off (PTO), the at-fault driver responsible for repaying the income lost, if you can prove they operated their vehicle negligently and caused your injuries. 

Sometime, due to an employer's strict work absence policy, a person may be terminated for requiring additional time off, or after remaining off work from an extended time while recovering from their injuries. Losing income can have a devastating impact on a family's finances and well being. 

If you are unable to return to work or are permanently disabled from a car accident, a personal injury attorney can include your economic damages in the claim for legal compensation. Here at Sneed|Mitchell LLP, we work with Texas most experienced economic damages expert that calculate and define the various economic losses a plaintiff suffers as a result of an injury. Oftentimes, income tax records are used. If a person is a business owner, balance sheets, profit and loss statements, or accounts receivable and payable are also analyzed to define the loss experienced. 


Economic damage experts play an irreplaceable role in personal injury lawsuits. This is why consulting with a professional and experienced car accident attorney is important when seeking loss wages related to a traffic accident. 

How much does it cost to hire Niles Sneed?

At Sneed|Mitchell LLP, we understand how stressful car accidents are for the victim and their families, which is why we pride ourselves in always offering free consultations handling each claim on a contingency fee basis, meaning you don't get paid until you do!

Clients appreciate that payment does not come out of their own pocket. Instead, the attorneys fee is proportioned from the check the insurance company remits related solely to a client's bodily injuries. If our attorneys are unable to obtain a recovery for you, you pay us nothing for our services.

The American Bar Association defines this form of agreement as a “contingency” or “contingent” fee. The legal fee paid to the attorney is contingent, or depends upon, the law firm obtaining an amount for your recovery. 

You should note that Sneed|Mitchell LLP has a record of obtaining results for our clients in a wide range of motor vehicle and commercial accident cases, including many cases that provided our clients awards of $1 million or more.

When clients contact our car accident attorneys, we start each case with a free and confidential consultation. During this no obligation consult, we answer all of the questions you may have about your legal rights and recovery options. This discussion also allows us to review the facts of your case and help you to decide whether or not to pursue a car accident claim with an attorney.

Houston Car Accident Lawyer

If you were hurt in a motor vehicle collision and need an attorney, call Houston car accident lawyer Niles Sneed. Niles has helped thousands of victims secure full compensation for their injuries and damages. Texas law requires insurance companies fully compensate those injured by the unsafe and negligent actions of their drivers. We will fight to ensure your settlement includes each benefit your are entitled to. 

Your claim could rightfully have multiple defendants and liable entities. Contact our Houston car accident attorneys today to set up a free consultation and discuss your claim with an experienced personal injury lawyer.

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My family experienced a near-death auto accident after being hit head-on in South West Houston. Niles and Brit handled the case with perfection at all times and were magnificent. I consider them close friends now. Thanks for all your time, compassion, professionalism and care!

– Ellis G.




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