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Round Rock Personal Injury Attorney

Shefman Law proudly represents the citizens of Round Rock, Texas, who have been the victims of accidents and negligence.

Round Rock, Texas, located just 15 miles north of Austin, has a population of over 109,000 people. The city was named for the unique rock along the Brushy Creek that marked the best low-water crossing location for wagons and animals. In 2008, Money magazine deemed Round Rock, Texas, the seventh best small city in which to live in the United States. Round Rock is also known for being one of the Dell Corporation’s main headquarters.

This and the city’s location so near the state’s capital in Austin make Round Rock an extremely attractive place to visit and live. Unfortunately, with a city’s growth can also come an increase in accidents and injuries. If you live in Round Rock and have been injured due to someone else’s negligence while walking, driving, or biking, call Lenore Shefman of Shefman Law. Shefman Law also handles cases involving construction accidents, slip and fall accidents, swimming pool accidents, personal injury, and injuries caused by a DUI/DWI accident.

Shefman Law works on a contingency fee basis. This means that you don’t pay unless Shefman Law collects for money for your injury. Contact us now for a free consultation via phone, Skype, or in person. If you have been injured in Round Rock, Texas, contact us so that Lenore Shefman can put her legal skills to work for you.

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