McKinney Personal Injury, Wrongful Death, & Accident Attorney
Personal Injury Law Firm Serving All of Collin County Area and Across North Texas
– Also Serving Idaho, The Valley, and Jackson Hole, Wyoming
Every Personal Injury Case is a Big Case
Joe Lucé maintains an active litigation practice focusing on wrongful death, personal injury, insurance, collections, and business litigation. He accepts a wide variety of cases from Collin County (Plano, Frisco, McKinney, Allen), North Texas, Dallas-Fort Worth, and across the state of Texas. Joe is proud to also serve the people of Idaho, The Valley, and Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
Every case is a “big deal” to the people involved, and Joe fights hard to see clients compensated for every accident, injury, claim, loss, etc. that impedes their lives and causes undue suffering. We serve clients, not “case files.” Every client deserves and receives respectful, courteous, and attentive professional services from all members of Joe’s team. Joe and the team at Lucé Law are ready to take a stand against the injustice you, your family, or your business have suffered by asserting your rights in the appropriate legal venue.
Advanced Technology is a Key to Personal Injury Cases
Joe Lucé and his team use sophisticated technologies to advance personal injury and wrongful death cases during the research, investigation and presentation phases. Joe and his law firm partner with award-winning technicians, programmers, and artists to produce innovative and compelling multimedia programs for the majority of our personal injury or wrongful death cases. These presentations can be a persuasive and powerful exposition of the evidence, and are a vital tool for depositions, courtroom trials, and press conferences. The objective remains to provide the highest quality legal services to deliver what clients need: faith, dedication, commitment to excellence, and results.
What is negligence and how does it affect my personal injury case?
Negligence occurs when someone fails to take reasonable care, which results in damage to someone else. As a member of society, we are expected to act responsibly in all areas of our lives. When someone breaches their duty by acting recklessly or negligently and causes injury or damage, they must be held accountable. When you have been injured or a loved one has been killed, your attorney will pursue the responsible party(ies) based on the civil tort of negligence, gross negligence, and other causes of action that apply. Negligence can become quite complicated, so if you have any questions, it is recommended you talk to Attorney Joe Lucé.
How long will it take for my claim to settle or be resolved?
Just like with every client, every case is different. While we strive to recover for our clients what they need as soon as possible, claims can take some time. And we won’t cut corners. It’s about doing things right. And many times, to do things right takes time. Sometimes a settlement can be reached rather quickly but achieving a fair resolution sometimes requires investigation, research, litigation, discovery, mediation, and trial. We work for you and will always do our best to explain your options throughout the process. Attorney Joe Lucé will always advise you with options that suit your best interest. Our objective remains to ensure our clients are treated fairly and respectfully. Whatever it takes. Knowledge of the law, extensive litigating experience, skillful negotiations, and respect by judges, attorneys, businesses, and insurance companies add to Joe’s credibility to help in advancing cases for the benefit of clients.
Are there time limits for when I can file a personal injury or wrongful death claim?
Yes. The time limits that are in place are called statutes of limitations. There are narrow exceptions, but they are few and far between. This is why it is so crucial that you talk to an attorney immediately after you sustain your injury. There are very important steps that can be taken to preserve evidence, interview witnesses, and help advance the claim properly and cost-efficiently.
Is there a minimum personal injury settlement amount?
The amount you may receive will depend on the extent of your physical injuries, causation, any future medical treatment, physical pain and suffering, mental anguish, and numerous other elements of damages are determined by dependents(in event of death), impact of injuries on ability to work, and many other considerations. If you can no longer work due to disability that occurred because of your injury, your settlement may be more extensive. An experienced and well versed personal injury attorney will be able to inform you about the applicable law and various considerations to help determine the proper value.
Are there different considerations for minor children in relation to personal injury and wrongful death cases?
In the event of minor children (under age 18), there are a different set of rules and procedures that apply that Joe can discuss in detail with you and your family.
What if a person dies before bringing a personal injury or wrongful death lawsuit?
If an individual passes away before they are able to bring a personal injury or wrongful death lawsuit, a representative of their estate can bring a wrongful death claim on their behalf. Family members such as spouses, parents, or children may also file a wrongful death lawsuit against the negligent party. You will still be able to request compensation for medical bills, funeral costs, loss of companionship, and other damages related to their death. You will need the assistance of a knowledgeable attorney like Joe Lucé to file and pursue your wrongful death lawsuit.
Contact Joe Lucé
Joe Lucé Attorney
5900 S. Lake Forest Dr, Suite 200
McKinney, TX 75070
Phone: (972) 562-9700
Joe Lucé Attorney
1770 Cherry Grove Ln.
Victor, ID 83455
Phone: (972) 632-1312