Client, Terri Fulton Shares Her Experience Working With Parker Law Firm

I am a nurse of 20-some-odd years but I've worked exclusively in pediatrics. And that is where I met Amarissa. I met her when she was four. I was her nurse and her foster home was going to close down, so my husband and I went through the process to become foster parents and we brought her into our home. We had just gotten word that our specialized adoption had been approved when I had my accident. I was driving down the highway and another driver into my lane and sideswiped me. When we hit, my car kind of came up this way and I just remember looking out my passenger window and seeing sky. When the car came back down, I started to understand what had happened. At that time my injury hadn't shown its true colors yet. I can't reach above my head. I'm have no strength in this shoulder. So I knew at that point that I was in trouble.

I came in here a hot mess and I just remember taking all that and giving it to him and saying, I can't do this. And the one thing I remember is him saying, "I can — you go take care of you. You let me take care of this."

From that point forward, I have never had to worry about this at all. I needed that. I could not do one more thing at that point in my life. I just couldn't fight any more fights. No matter how much time or effort it took him, he had my best interest at heart.

I would tell anyone that needed that kind of assistance, I know where you need to go. Just walk in there, tell him what you've got going on and he's got your back.

W. Bradley Parker
Protecting the rights of North Texas personal injury victims since 1985.