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Texas Hill Country Personal Injury Attorney

Texas Hill Country is one of the most ruggedly beautiful areas in the United States. It is made up of 25 counties in Central and South Texas and intersects with portions of Austin and San Antonio. Texas Hill Country features numerous caverns, aquifers, rivers, boulders, and an abundance of wildlife and native vegetation. This area is also well known for its unique mixture of Spanish and German cultures that has influenced the area’s music, architecture, food, and even beer. Texas Hill Country has also recently become the heart of the Texas wine industry.

Texas Hill Country remains a popular tourist destination, and more people are choosing to reside in the Hill Country area full time than ever before. However, while it is a place of great wonder and beauty, it is important that those visiting and living in Texas Hill Country remember to have a healthy respect for nature. The region has very hot summers, and it can be very dry and prone to flash flooding. This makes it extremely important to take appropriate safety measures to prevent accidents and injuries while enjoying the beauty and wildlife of Texas Hill Country.

Unfortunately sometimes accidents and injuries can occur despite our best efforts. If you have suffered an injury in a boating or rafting accident, a bicycle accident, a motorcycle accident, a pedestrian accident, a hiking accident, or any other type of personal injury, be sure to contact Shefman Law. This is especially important if the accident was the result of someone else’s negligence. Shefman Law also represents those injured by DUI/DWI drivers.

For Lenore Shefman, the Texas Hill Country holds a special place in her heart. If you have suffered an injury while living or visiting in Texas Hill Country, contact her for a free consultation. As always, Shefman Law operates on a contingency fee basis, so you do not have to pay anything unless we recover for your injury.

 

 

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