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San Marcos Personal Injury Legal Representation

Lenore Shefman of Shefman Law proudly represents the people of San Marcos, Texas, and the surrounding areas who have been the victims of personal injury accidents, motorcycle or bicycle crashes, pedestrian accidents, or other types of accidents.

San Marcos, located between Austin and San Antonio, is a unique and diverse city. Though it was officially founded in 1851, San Marcos can trace its history back over 12,000 years to the Native Americans who first settled along the banks of the San Marcos River. This makes it one of the oldest areas in the United States to be inhabited uninterruptedly. San Marcos is also the home to Texas State University and boasts a population of over 54,000 people. It is the seat of Hays County.

The San Marcos River and areas parks provide excellent locations for locals and tourists alike to swim, boat, tube, or hike. Unfortunately, these types of fun activities can also lead to accidents. This is especially true if others around you are behaving in a way that is negligent or careless. If you have been injured due to someone else’s negligence while boating, hiking, or cycling, call Shefman Law. Shefman Law also handles cases involving automobile and truck accidents, motorcycle accidents, construction accidents, slip and fall accidents, swimming pool accidents, personal injury, and DUI/DWI in San Marcos, Texas.

Contact Shefman Law for a free consultation. This can be done in person, on the phone, or via Skype. We work on a contingency fee basis, so you don’t pay unless we recover for you.

Shefman Law is here to help the residents of San Marcos, Texas, in their time of need.

Contact us now so that Lenore Shefman can put her skills, compassion, and integrity to work for you.

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