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4 Ways to Get In Touch
At Abbott, Clay & Bedoy, we understand that getting fast, accurate legal help and information is important to injured Texas workers. Our Team of Workers’ Comp Legal All-Stars are dedicated to being Easy to Reach, Friendly, Helpful, and No Pressure. If you need help getting answers to your Texas Workers’ Comp questions, or deciding whether or not you should hire a lawyer, here’s how to get in touch with us.
1. Call Our Office
We are here Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm. Your call will be answered by a live receptionist who will immediately transfer you to one of our workers’ comp attorneys. CALL 888-434-COMP.
2. Send Us An Email
We typically respond to emails right away during the workday, and quite often on weekends as well. Contact us at mail@theAbbottFirm.com.
3. Chat Live With A Workers’ Comp Attorney
It’s not always convenient to talk on the phone. Our workers’ comp professionals are standing by, waiting to chat with you using our in-house live-chat system. It’s easy. Try it!
4. Fill Out Our Online Contact Form
Our easy, 2-minute contact form is one of the best ways to contact us. Your message is delivered to us by email, immediately. To get started, simply complete the form below, and one of our attorneys will reply as soon as possible.
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Main Office: 713-223-1234
Fax Number: 713-910-9010
Toll Free: 888-434-2667
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Abbott, Clay & Bedoy attorneys are licensed only in the state of Texas unless otherwise indicated in the biographical section. Past performance is no guarantee of future results. We consider employment in another State only in association with co-counsel licensed in that State. References to laws are limited to federal and State of Texas law.