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Georgetown Personal Injury Attorney

Shefman Law is proud to represent the people living in Georgetown, Texas, who have suffered injuries due to motorcycle or bicycle accidents, pedestrian accidents, personal injury accidents, negligence, or other types of accidents or injuries.

Georgetown, the “Red Poppy” capital of Texas, is situated about 26 miles north of Austin’s Central Business District. Georgetown is famous for its annual Red Poppy Festival held every April, which attracts approximately 30,000 visitors to the city. The city is also well known for its Victorian architecture.

Over 47,000 people call Georgetown home, and it is also home to Southwestern University, the oldest university in Texas. Five different endangered species can also be found within the city’s limits. Additionally, the Middle and North forks of the San Gabriel River run right through Georgetown. While this offers residents and visitors alike the opportunity to make use of numerous parks, bike trails, hiking trails, and other recreational attractions, it also opens the door to potential accidents.

If you have been injured while hiking, riding a bicycle, walking, boating, or during any other activity in Georgetown, especially if the accident was the result of someone else’s carelessness or negligence, be sure to call Shefman Law. Shefman Law also handles cases involving motorcycle accidents, truck accidents, construction accidents, slip and fall accidents, personal injury accidents, and those injured in DUI/DWI accidents in Georgetown, Texas.

Contact Lenore Shefman for a free consultation. Shefman Law works on a contingency fee basis, so you don’t pay unless we can help you recover for your injury. Don’t wait until it’s too late. Let Lenore Shefman go to bat for you.

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