Beaumont Injury Lawyer
- We handle Beaumont civil litigation cases involving Personal Injury, accident injury, workplace injury, Wrongful Death, and auto accident injury
- Beaumont injury lawyers from Ketterman Rowland & Westlund can help you seek the compensation the law entitles you to
- We offer a free consultation, so find out if you have a case from a professional Beaumont injury lawyer
Recovering from an accidental injury in Beaumont is difficult enough, but if you have expensive medical bills and lost wages, combined with pain and suffering, your ability to fully recover may depend on taking action right now.
Beaumont injury lawyers from Ketterman Rowland & Westlund can help you seek compensation via civil litigation for cases involving:
- Wrongful Death
- Personal Injury
- Auto Accident Injury
- Work-Related Injury
When someone else’s negligence causes you injury, you need help from an experienced Beaumont lawyer who understands the stakes, and will aggressively fight to ensure you are fairly compensated. Your Beaumont injury lawyer will help you determine if you qualify for:
- Compensation for medical bills
- Pain and suffering
- Lost wages
- A variety of other qualifying losses
Contact our Beaumont Injury Lawyers Today without Obligation
Do you have a Personal Injury case? The best way to find out is to speak with a qualified Beaumont lawyer about the specifics of your situation. At this crucial crossroads in your life, it is vital that you take action and refuse to let your injury immobilize your from taking action.
We offer a free case evaluation, so you can speak with a qualified Beaumont injury lawyer right now without any risk or obligation. If you choose to retain the services of a professional Beaumont lawyer from Ketterman Rowland & Westlund, they will do everything legally possible to maximize your settlement so that you can get your life back on track.
Call (210) 490-4357 for your free case evaluation with a qualified Beaumont injury lawyer.
About Beaumont TX
The Texas community of Beaumont is located approximately 85 miles east of Houston the west bank of the Neches River. The community is also located approximately 30 miles inland from the Gulf of Mexico and on the coastal plains of Texas. Together with the neighboring communities of Orange and Port Arthur it is comprises an area that is a primary industrial center on the Gulf Coast known as the Golden Triangle. It is also the county seat of Jefferson County. Beaumont is served by Texas state highways 124 and 12, US routes 96, 90, and 69, and by Interstate I-10.
In 1815, a New Orleans native by the name of Henry Millard. Mr. Millard was the married to a woman that was namesake of this new community, named Mary Beaumont and Mr. Millard established the new community in 1835. The name was in honor of Mr. Millard’s wife and their family. In 1838, it received its charter as a town and had established had itself as a prime lumber community that same year. The ten year quest to find oil on Spindletop Hill had finally come to fruition in 1901, when many the gushers of that time erupted with oil, which made production level at Spindletop much larger than the combined yield of the rest of the world. The result of this find resulted in an oil boom that made Beaumont the new community and home of many different oil companies.
Millions of dollars’ worth of oil contributed significantly to residential construction and the population boom. However, the years of the Great Depression as well as the effects of Mother Nature during the late 1800’s established itself as a prime lumber town. The community established itself as a prime lumber town, although the economic effects of these two events resulted some rough times for Beaumont and the prosperity soon waned. During the 1920’s and the 1930′ there were some rough times in Beaumont. However, in order to get things moving again, the industrial output required to support the effort for WW II war effort got those moving again. He Golden Triangle area had become a petrochemical complex in Southeastern Texas during the 1970’s. However. The economic fate of the area was not unlike the ups and downs of the petrochemical industry during the late 1900’s. 20th century. Although, the national leaders are correctly These days, the economy in Beaumont day continues to be dominated by the petrochemical industry, although regional leaders are successfully and wisely diversifying the economic base. There is a national trend towards more jobs that are oriented towards service, has resulted in new school buildings and housing, as well as an increase in the number of visitors to the region.
The home of the annual South Texas State Fair is in Beaumont. The kaleidoscope Arts and Crafts Festival as well as the Neches River Festival are some of the other annual events that take place in Beaumont. There are also several different unique attractions in Beaumont that depict the culture and history of the area. The Art Museum of Southeast Texas offered exciting exhibits that included photography, sculpture, and American paintings from the 1800’s through the 2000’s. The Babe Didrikson Zaharias Museum and visitor Center pays tribute to Beaumont legend of Mildred Babe Didrikson Zaharias who was born in 1911 and passed away in 1956, was widely considered the best woman athlete of all time and was a former Olympic gold medalist. The Beaumont Police Department Museum is home a collection of police paraphernalia, weaponry, and memorabilia that dates back to the late 1900’s and early 2000’s.
Originally constructed in 1845 by a merchant named John Jay French, The John Jay French Museum as the John Jay French tannery and trading post, this museum depicts the life of a prosperous 1850’s pioneer family living in Texas. There are many other points of interest in Beaumont, such as:
- The Jefferson Theatre
- The Julie Rogers Theater
- The Gladys City Boom Town Museum
- The Texas Energy Museum
- The McFaddin-Ward House
- The Dishman Art Museum
- The Clifton Steamboat Museum
- The Beaumont Botanical Gardens
- The Fire Museum of Texas, which is the home of one of the largest fire hydrant in the world
- The Edison Museum, which chronicles the innovations and inventions of Thomas Alva Edison
Texas Sports fans can take a 90 minute ride on Interstate I-10 to ride west to Houston where they can watch their favorite professional sports team play their favorite sport. These professional sports teams include:
- The Houston Dynamos, which are members of the MLS (Major League Soccer)
- The Houston Aeros, which are members of the AHL (American Hockey League)
- The Houston Texans, which are members of the WNBA (Women’s National Basketball Association)
- The Houston Rockets , which are members of the NBA (National Basketball Association)
- The Houston Astros, which are members of the MLB (Major League Baseball