Rusk 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 Rusk County 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 Rusk County 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 Rusk County injury lawyer Earl Drott has developed considerable expertise in a broad range of personal injury case types. Injury victims in need of a Rusk County accident lawyer should contact us today.
Rusk County, Texas, is located in deep East Texas just one county away from Louisiana. In 2000 it had a population of 47,372 residents. The county seat is Henderson. Rusk County is named for Thomas Jefferson Rusk who was the Secretary of War of the Republic of Texas and a signer of the Texas Declaration of Independence. Rusk County boasts of being one of the few remaining entirely dry counties in the State of Texas. Rusk County is bordered on the southeast by Shelby County, on the south by Nacogdoches County, on the southwest by Cherokee County, on the northwest by Smith County, on the north by Gregg County, on the northeast by Harrison County, and on the east by Panola County. The county is rich in oil and gas deposits and the oil and gas industry continues to be a major contributor to the county’s economy. The median family household income at the last Census was $32,898.00. The youth of Rusk County are well served by the county’s twelve independent school districts.
The primary travel route from Rusk County to Tyler is along State Highway 64. Proceed west on Highway 64 toward Tyler passing through Joinerville, Selman City, Arp, and Chapel Hill to the intersection with Spur 248. Turn left on Spur 248 and turn left again at the intersection with Loop 323 in Tyler. Turn right on State Highway 110. Turn left at the intersection with Golden Road. Earl Drott Law is located on the fourth floor of the Bank of America building at the intersection of State Highway 110 and Golden Road.