The firm represents clients injured in car wrecks, truck wrecks and other motor vehicle wrecks; slip-and-fall mishaps; animal attacks; and a range of other personal injury accident claims.
Stephen G. Nagle & Associates also represents clients in a variety of insurance and ERISA disability insurance claims. The firm helps clients understand ERISA eligibility, helps clients meet ERISA deadlines and walks clients through the entire ERISA process, including ERISA appeals.
An important thing about Stephen G. Nagle & Associates is the personalized service the firm provides. After the initial phone screening, attorney Nagle meets with each and every prospective client personally in a free initial consultation. This type of service carries through the entire representation. This helps clients feel at ease and confident, knowing that their attorney is committed to them and will remain available throughout the duration of their legal matters.
To schedule a free initial consultation with an experienced lawyer, call 512-480-0505 or contact the firm online.
Personal injury claims arise when someone suffers a serious injury due to someone else’s negligence. In the vast majority of cases, someone is responsible. If you or someone you love has been seriously injured in an accident, that person should be held responsible and you should be compensated for your losses.
Insurance claims, disability insurance claims and ERISA claims involve complex legal processes. The fact is that most people do not understand how these legal processes work.
Austin lawyer Stephen G. Nagle handles claims involving the Employees Retirement System (ERS) and all types of insurance claims in Texas. With over 35 years of legal experience, attorney Nagle can help you through the claims, appeals and other legal processes to help you obtain the benefits you deserve.
Austin personal injury attorney Stephen G. Nagle fights for clients who have suffered a traumatic brain injury as a result of an accident caused by someone else’s negligence. There does not need to be malicious intent on the part of the responsible party; simple negligence is enough to hold them responsible for what could be life-changing physical, emotional, and mental wounds caused by the accident. Attorney Nagle fights to hold negligent parties accountable.