When you suffer a personal injury in an accident, it can change your life forever.
Not only do you have to deal with the pain and suffering from your injuries, but you may be left unable to work and struggling to pay for medical expenses.
If someone else was at fault for the injuries you sustained, you shouldn’t be left to suffer the financial consequences.
Our accident lawyers know how challenging this time can be for the injured victim and their loved ones and are here to help you understand your legal rights so you can focus on your recovery.
Some of the personal injury cases that we can help with include the following:
Children can sustain injuries when visiting someone else’s property, they can be injured or killed in a car accident, or they can be injured at the very hands of their child care provider.
If your son or daughter has been injured as a result of someone else’s negligence or otherwise from an intentional injury, we urge you to contact our firm immediately for help.
Every year thousands of defective pharmaceutical drugs, toys, infant items, and other hazardous products are released on the consumer market.
If you or someone you love was injured by a defective product, you may have grounds for compensation from the manufacturer.
Dog bites and attacks are no laughing matter, especially if the attack caused serious damage such as deep tissue damage, lacerations, broken bones, disfigurement, permanent scarring, or even death.
To learn more about your legal rights under Texas laws, contact our firm today.
Regardless of how “nice” the insurance adjuster seems to be, it’s important to realize that he or she is not your friend. Their business is to pay out as little as possible in personal injury claims, while on the other hand, it’s our business to do the opposite; our job is to help you get as much financial compensation as possible out of your claim.
When a physician, surgeon, nurse, dentist, chiropractor, or other medical professional provides a substandard level of care and in effect injures their patient, it is referred to as medical malpractice. Since medical malpractice claims have a statute of limitations, it’s critical that you contact our firm as soon as possible to find out if you have grounds to file a lawsuit for the injuries that you sustained.
Nursing home abuse happens nationwide, and at even some of the finest and most expensive private facilities. Abuse can occur in the forms of physical abuse, neglect, emotional abuse, sexual abuse, and financial exploitation. The problem is that not only are the elderly unable to fight but many of them suffer in silence at the hands of those that are supposed to care for them.
When people are injured on someone else’s property, whether it is residential or commercial, the property owner or leaseholder is often legally and financially responsible for any damages incurred. Under premises liability law, property owners are held responsible for keeping their property safe for lawful visitors, and for paying for any damages when such visitors are injured while visiting their property.
Slip and fall accidents can occur for a variety of reasons; however, when such injuries are a direct result of negligence on behalf of the property owner, then the victim can pursue financial compensation to cover the losses tied to their injuries. Slippery floors, cracked pavement, weak or broken stairs, and spills can all cause the victim to slip and fall and become injured on someone else’s property.
Spinal cord injuries can cause temporary to permanent paralysis below the injury site. Common causes of spinal cord injuries are car accidents, motorcycle accidents, falls from heights, and construction accidents. If you sustained a spinal cord injury in a preventable accident, we urge you to contact us immediately for legal assistance.
On the job injuries occur at an alarming rate and because of this, a large percentage of Texas employers are required to carry workers’ compensation insurance. If you were injured on the job, you may be entitled to this valuable coverage while you recover. We can help streamline the process for you and fight for maximum compensation from your employer’s insurance carrier.
Frequently Asked Questions
We have compiled a list of frequently asked questions for the visitors to this site. If you have more questions after reading the page, we encourage you to contact our firm directly to schedule a consultation with our attorney.
Contact us now for a free consultation and take the first steps towards getting the compensation you are entitled to.