Daingerfield, Texas Injury
Earl Drott is board certified in personal injury trial law and for more than 37 years has handled personal injury and wrongful death claims in Tyler and the surrounding East Texas area. With a philosophy of helping all injured people the firm may find itself working on a car wreck claim involving soft tissue injuries one day and a wrongful death case the next day. As a Daingerfield accident attorney Earl Drott has successfully tried a substantial number of personal injury cases to verdict. The vast majority of the firm’s injury cases are referred to the firm by past personal injury clients or area lawyers who choose to trust their personal injury clients to the firm.
While many of the firm’s clients have been involved in 18-wheeler, motorcycle, or auto accidents , with over 37 years of experience as a Daingerfield injury lawyer Earl Drott has developed considerable expertise in a broad range of personal injury case types. Injury victims in need of a Daingerfield accident lawyer should contact us today.
Daingerfield, Texas, is the county seat of Morris County. It is at the junction of U.S. 259 and Texas Highway 11 and Highway 49. The town was named after Captain London Daingerfield who was killed in an Indian battle at the location. According to the census of 2000 Daingerfield takes in 2.4 square miles and has population of 2,517. The city has 957 households with a median household income of $28,333 and 694 families with a median family income of $31,625. The per capita income is $13,689. The Daingerfield-Lone Star Independent School District provides public education to the students of the area. The Texas Education Association recently ranked the school district as Academically Acceptable. Lone Star Steel is located in Daingerfield. The town’s economy benefits from tourism dollars associated with Daingerfield State Recreational Area, Ellison Creek Reservoir, Lake O’ The Pines, Monticello Lake, Welsh Lake, Texarkana Lake, and Caddo Lake.
To travel from Daingerfield to Tyler head west on Tiger Drive toward Linda Drive and turn left onto U.S. 259 South/Linda Drive. Continue to follow U.S. 259 South and turn right onto Texas 154 West. Continue onto FM Road 726 South and turn right onto FM Road 726 South/FM Road 1650. Take the first left onto FM Road 726 South and turn onto U.S. 271 South. Bear right onto U.S. 271 South/Tyler Street and continue to follow U.S. 271 South. Bear left onto North Beckham and continue onto Texas Highway 110 South. Turn right onto Golden Road and turn right into the parking lot of the Bank of America building.