Rusk, 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 Rusk 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 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 Rusk injury lawyer Earl Drott has developed considerable expertise in a broad range of personal injury case types. Injury victims in need of a Rusk injury lawyer should contact us today.
Rusk, Texas, is the county seat of Cherokee County and had a population of 5,085 persons in the 2000 Census. Rusk is named after Thomas Jefferson Rusk who was a signer of the Texas Declaration of Independence. The youth of Rusk as well of those of the surrounding rural areas attend the Rusk Independent School District. It is the home to the Texas State Railroad, one of the last remaining fully operational steam engines, which continues to travel the 25 mile distance between Rusk and Palestine, Texas. Approximately ¼ of the city’s residents are inmates in one of the two state prison units in the city and the State of Texas is one of the largest employers. As of the last Census the median household income was $27,370.
From downtown Rusk proceed north on FM 752/Main Avenue toward West Second Street. Take the third right onto East Fifth Street. Take the first left onto Henderson Avenue. Continue onto East Johnson Drive. Turn left onto Texas Highway 110 North. Proceed on Texas Highway 110 North for approximately 25 miles to Troup, Texas. Texas Highway 110 North/West Duvall Street turns left in Troup. Stay on Highway 110 North for approximately 16 miles to the intersection of Golden Road in Tyler. At the intersection of Highway 110 North and Golden Road is the Bank of America building. Earl Drott Law is on the fourth floor of the Bank of America building.