Villarreal Law Firm, a Leading Team of Brownsville Personal Injury Lawyers, Announces New Spanish Language Content

Many residents in Brownsville, Texas, speak both English and Spanish. Accordingly, the law firm is announcing content in Spanish for searches for personal injury lawyers.



BROWNSVILLE, Texas - November 21, 2020 - (Newswire.com)

The Villarreal Law Firm a team of motivated trucking accident lawyers working in Brownsville, Texas, and surrounding areas in Cameron County, is proud to announce new content focused on the Spanish language. Many Brownsville residents use Spanish as their first language, and often search Google for terms such as 'abogado de accidente' or 'abogado de lesiones personales' when seeking an attorney in Brownsville who focuses on car and truck accidents. The new content is part of the law firm's extended outreach to the Spanish-speaking community.

"At the end of the day, our top goal is to find the best match for the legal needs of our clients, whether they speak Spanish or English," explained attorney Javier Villarreal, a managing partner at the Villarreal law firm. "Our staff is fully bilingual in Spanish and English, and thus we can deal with any incoming request whether it's for an 'abogado de lesiones personales' or an 'abogado de accidente.' We speak in whatever language the client feels best."

The latest post can be found at https://jvlawfirm.net/necesita-un-especialista-que-luche-por-usted-si-ha-sufrido-lesiones-personales/ and is entitled, "Necesita Un Especialista Que Luche Por Usted Si Ha Sufrido Lesiones Personales." The post explains how the search for a best-in-class personal injury lawyer in Brownsville means one who puts the needs of clients first and that includes one who speaks Spanish or English as requested. In addition, the post explains how insurance companies do not always cooperate and legal representation is one way to work for better results. Indeed, having a Spanish-speaking personal injury attorney is a big plus when fighting an insurance company here in Cameron County, Texas. Interested persons who speak Spanish are also encouraged to visit the firm's information page on 'abogado de lesiones personales' at https://jvlawfirm.net/practice-areas/abogado-lesiones-personales/, which explains issues regarding finding the best personal injury lawyer for one's needs.

ABOUT THE VILLARREAL LAW FIRM

The law firm of Javier Villarreal offers a team of attorneys, considered among the best personal injury attorneys near Harlingen, Texas, and surrounding cities in Cameron County. Whether a person is looking for an auto or car accident attorney, a lawyer with broad experience in trucking accidents and litigation (including 18 wheelers), or a lawyer for injuries that resulted from a motorcycle, boating, or other forms of accidents (including slip and fall), the Villarreal team of attorneys can help. The attorneys fight for client rights throughout Cameron County - and are known as the top personal injury lawyers in Brownsville and Harlingen, from Los Fresnos to San Benito, and in all of South Padre Island.

Tel. 956-544-4444


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