Personal Injury Lawyer

Your Car Accident Defense Attorney in Dallas, TX

Filing Court Lawsuits

If a fair settlement can’t be reached, personal injury attorneys are prepared to take the case to court

Insurance Negotiating

Personal injury lawyers handle all communication with the insurance companies involved, aiming to achieve the best possible settlement

Tort Law Specialization

Personal injury attorneys specialize in tort law, which covers all civil litigation for injuries or wrongdoings resulting from negligence

Legal Representation

Personal injury lawyers represent individuals who have been injured in an accident, providing them with legal advice and representation in court

Medical Malpractice

Dedicated to advocating for victims of medical malpractice and committed to securing the compensation you deserve

Securing Medical Treatment

We help clients ensure the cost of their medical care is factored into the overall claim for compensation

Why You Need Personal Injury Defense

No matter where you live or work, you always face potential dangers that could result in personal injury.

If your injury was caused by someone else’s negligence, then you may have a valid claim. Negligence is most generally described as acting carelessly, such that another individual or party is harmed as a result. We all owe a duty of care, meaning that we should act in safe and reasonably careful ways. A breach of this duty is considered to be negligence.

At the Law Office of Ify Ononogbu, your safety and well-being are our primary concern, so we’ll come to you if your injuries prevent you from coming to our office. We can refer you to medical specialists, along with other professional advisors, and recommend additional services that can help you while your case is being prepared.

Car, Truck, & Motorcycle Wrecks

If you’ve been involved in a motor vehicle accident and suffered injuries due to someone else’s negligence, our dedicated personal injury attorney is here to stand up for your rights. We are committed to pursuing the maximum compensation you deserve for medical expenses, lost income, property damage, and pain and suffering.

Construction Site, Slip & Fall, Workers Comp

Accidents at construction sites, particularly slips and falls, can result in serious injuries. If you’ve been injured due to a slip or fall at a construction site, you may be entitled to workers’ compensation. This can cover your medical expenses, lost wages, and other related costs. 

Wrongful Death, Catastrophic Injuries

Experiencing a wrongful death or catastrophic injury due to someone else’s negligence can be deeply traumatic. These incidents can result in life-altering conditions, significant medical expenses, and emotional distress. A wrongful death may leave families grappling with loss, grief, and financial hardship. In these challenging times, a personal injury attorney can be your staunch advocate.

The Three Torts


Negligence Torts

Negligence torts occur when a person’s actions are careless and cause harm to others. The person does not need to intend to cause harm, but their negligent action, or lack thereof, results in damage or injury. Examples include car accidents due to reckless driving or medical malpractice.


Intentional Torts

Intentional torts occur when a person intentionally acts in a certain way that leads to another person’s harm. This includes situations where the harm is done on purpose, such as assault and battery, false imprisonment, or trespassing.


Strict Liability Torts

Strict liability torts apply when a defendant is in possession of a dangerous substance that could potentially harm others or engages in potentially harmful activities, like keeping wild animals as pets. Regardless of intent or negligence, the defendant will be held liable for any damages caused.

Torts are civil wrongs recognized by law as grounds for a lawsuit. These wrongs result in an injury or harm constituting the basis for a claim by the injured party.

Personal Injury Settlement & Litigation

Personal Injury Settlements

A personal injury settlement is a private agreement reached between the parties involved in a personal injury claim. In most cases, the defendant or their insurer agrees to pay the plaintiff a specified amount of money to drop the case and forego any further legal action related to the incident. The vast majority of personal injury cases end in settlements, typically because they are less risky and more cost-effective than going to trial.

There are various types of settlements. A lump-sum settlement provides the entire compensation amount all at once, while a structured settlement pays out the compensation over time.

Personal Injury Litigation

If a settlement cannot be reached, the case may proceed to litigation, which involves taking the dispute to court. A judge or jury will then decide the outcome of the case.

Do You Need an Attorney?

If you or a loved one has suffered a personal injury due to the negligence of another person or company, a defective product, or hazardous property conditions, please contact us for a legal consultation. Let Attorney Ify protect you during the time when you need it most. For a CONSULTATION, please call our office immediately at 972-454-9426.

Recoverable Damages

Medical Expenses: This includes costs for hospital stays, doctor visits, physical therapy, prescription medications, medical devices, and any future medical expenses related to the injury.

Lost Wages: If the injury caused you to miss work, you could be entitled to compensation for the money you would have earned had you been able to work.

Loss of Earning Capacity: If your ability to work and earn a living has been impaired by the injury, you may be compensated for future income lost as a result.

Pain and Suffering: This includes compensation for physical pain and psychological distress that you’ve suffered due to the injury. It can also include compensation for any future pain and suffering that you’re expected to endure.

Loss of Enjoyment: If the injury prevents you from enjoying day-to-day activities, hobbies, exercise, and other recreational activities, you may be entitled to “loss of enjoyment” damages.

Loss of Consortium: These damages compensate a spouse for the loss of companionship, affection, comfort, or sexual relations that occurs when a partner is injured.

Property Damage: If any of your property was damaged as a result of the incident that caused your injury, you may be able to receive compensation for repair or replacement of that property.

Punitive Damages: These are awarded in cases where the defendant’s actions were particularly egregious or reckless. They are meant to punish the defendant and deter similar behavior in the future.

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