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Fort Worth Personal Injury Lawyers

Injured? You Deserve a Winning Advocate.

At the Law Office of James M. Stanley, our Fort Worth personal injury attorneys have had the privilege of representing the wrongfully injured throughout the state of Texas for decades. With years of experience, countless accolades, and proven results to our firm’s name, we truly understand what our clients are looking for: justice.

The Law Office of James M. Stanley was created with one mission in mind: to protect, safeguard, and advocate for the injured. We’ve been doing so since 1976.

We make it our duty, honor, and privilege to represent the rights of each of our clients. Even with some of the most complex of issues, we treat our clients with the utmost respect, professionalism, and discretion they deserve. Most importantly, we have a long history of results and satisfied clients to prove it.

If you need help with your personal injury case, contact The Law Office of James M. Stanley today for help from an experienced Fort Worth injury attorney!

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Why Choose the Law Office of James M. Stanley?

Your choice in legal representation could mean the difference between securing financial compensation for your losses - or taking a financial loss. So, why should you choose our firm? The answer is easy: we truly care about you.

  • We provide confidential consultations that are free-of-charge.
  • We have proudly served Texans since 1976.
  • We offer free home and hospital visits, at request.
  • We stay available to help around-the-clock; 24/7.

Our Case Results

The following is a sampling of some of the many cases we have had the privilege to handle on behalf of our clients. Each case is unique and must be evaluated on its own merits. Past results do not predict future results.

  • NET TO CLIENT $3,018,051.78 Catastrophic Brain Injury/Motor Vehicle Accident
  • NET TO CLIENT $3,069,546.66 Catastrophic High Pressure Water Injury Resulting in Ruptured Colon, Infections, Multiple Surgeries Required
  • NET TO CLIENT $714,000.00 Catastrophic Injury caused by Defective Product.
  • NET TO CLIENT $2,491,510.87 Electrocution involving Defective Product
  • NET TO CLIENT $977,516.95 Grandmother seriously injured when rear-ended by 18-wheeler oil
  • NET TO CLIENT $284,156.68 Medical negligence by hospital

How Long Do You Have to File a Claim?

If you have been injured through no fault of your own, you need to act fast to preserve your right to seek compensation. Under the statute of limitations established in the Texas Civil Practice & Remedies code section 16.003, you only have two years from the date of your accident to file a personal injury lawsuit. If this deadline expires, you will likely lose your right to sue and will be permanently prevented from recovering damages.

The sooner you get in touch with our attorneys, the sooner we can get started building your case. Since memories fade and key evidence can be lost as time passes, it is crucial you contact our team of attorneys as soon as possible to maximize your chances of securing the compensation you deserve.

What Damages Can I Recover in a Personal Injury Case?

Generally speaking, there are two types of damages injury victims can pursue compensation for; compensatory damages and punitive damages. Compensatory damages can be broken up into two categories, economic and non-economic. As the name suggests economic damages compensate for financial losses associated with suffering an injury such as missed days at work and medical expenses. Non-economic damages, on the other hand, compensate for more abstract losses such as pain and suffering and mental anguish. The main purpose of compensatory damages is to compensate the injured party for as many losses as possible.

This is the main difference between compensatory and punitive damages. Compensatory damages compensate the injured party while punitive damages serve as a way to punish the negligent party. Since punitive damages can be quite severe they are often reserved for cases where the defendant knew their actions would cause harm but did them anyway.​​

Fort Worth Personal Injury Lawyer Start with a Free Case Consultation Today

The first step is easy. Tell us your story and we will give you a free evaluation.

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