Hopkins County, Texas
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 Hopkins County injury 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 Hopkins County injury lawyer Earl Drott has developed considerable expertise in a broad range of personal injury case types. Injury victims in need of a Hopkins County accident lawyer should contact us today.
Hopkins County sits in northeast Texas and is split by Interstate 30 which runs east/west through the middle of the county. The north border runs through Cooper Lake and the southern border takes in part of Lake Fork Reservoir. The county is bordered on the west by Hunt County, on the southwest by Rains County, on the south by Wood County, on the east by Franklin County, and on the north by Delta County. The county seat is Sulphur Springs. Hopkins County covers 793 square miles. The southeastern corner is in the Post Oak Belt with the balance of the county in the Blackland Prairie region. The south Sulphur River runs along the northern border of the county. As of 1992 Hopkins County had only 4 incorporated towns: Sulphur Springs, Como, Cumby, and Tiry. Sulphur Springs, with a population of 14,062, was the only incorporated town with a population in excess of 600. Tourism resulting from travelers passing along Interstate 30 has become an important source of revenue in the county. The Hopkins County courthouse is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Hopkins County includes 12,000 households with a median household income of $32,136.
Hopkins County residents traveling to Tyler travel along Highway 154 through Yantis, across Lake Fork, and into Quitman on the first leg of their journey. From Quitman travel south on State Highway 37 to Mineola where Highway 30 merges together with U.S. Highway 69. Proceed through Mineola on Highway 69, through Lindale, and onto Tyler. Turn right on Loop 323 in Tyler and continue around Loop 323 passing through the intersections with Highway 110, Highway 64, Highway 31, Spur 364, Highway 155, and U.S. Highway 69 South. At the intersection of State Highway 110 and Southeast Loop 323 turn left. At the intersection of Golden Road turn left. Earl Drott Law, is located in the Bank of America building on the right.