Kaufman County, Texas
Earl Drott is board certified in personal injury trial law and for more than 36 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 Kaufman 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 36 years of experience as a Kaufman County injury lawyer Earl Drott has developed considerable expertise in a broad range of personal injury case types. Injury victims in need of a Kaufman County accident lawyer should contact us today.
Kaufman County is located on the east side of Dallas and is considered part of the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. The county seat is Kaufman. The population was 103,350 in the 2010 census. Kaufman County takes in 806 square miles of the north Blackland Prairie and lies on the divide between the Trinity River and Sabine River drainages. It is bordered on the northwest by Rockwall County, on the west by Dallas County, on the southwest by Ellis County, on the south by Henderson County, on the east by Van Zandt County, and on the north by Hunt County. Interstate 20 runs through the north part of the county as does U.S. Highway 80 and U.S. Highway 175. The 2000 census reported that the 24,367 households had a median household income of $44,783 and the county had a per capita income of $18,827. The northwest corner of Kaufman County touches Lake Ray Hubbard and the southeast corner includes a portion of Cedar Creek Reservoir. The county’s major crops of corn, wheat, and cotton peaked in the 1920s and 1930s.
By 2000 approximately 75% of the residents older than age 25 had graduated from high school and approximately 12% of the residents had graduated from college. Many of the residents commuted to Dallas to work. Manufacturing, agribusiness and tourism dominated the area’s economy.
The two major travel routes from Kaufman County to Tyler are Interstate 20 and State Highway 64. From the northern part of Kaufman County proceed eastward onto Interstate 20 to the Intersection with U.S. Highway 69 in Lindale. Exit Interstate 20 and turn right onto Highway 69 and head south toward Tyler. U.S. Highway 69 intersects with Northwest Loop 323 in Tyler. Turn left on Loop 323 and go to the intersection with Highway 271. Highway 271 turns into Beckham Avenue which in turn becomes State Highway 110 South. Earl Drott Law, is in the Bank of America building at the intersection of Texas State Highway 110 South and Golden Road. From the south central part of Kaufman County head east on Highway 64. Highway 64 passes through Canton and then continues on into Tyler. At the intersection of West Loop 323 in Tyler turn right and proceed around Loop 323 to the intersection with State Highway 110 South on the Southeast corner of Loop 323. Turn left and proceed north on Highway 110 South to the intersection of Golden Road where Earl Drott Law,, is located in the Bank of America building.