If you or someone you know were injured in a motor vehicle accident, we can help. Whether you were injured as a driver, passenger, on a motorcycle, bicycle, or as a pedestrian, we will fight for what you deserve.
Commercial drivers don’t always respect the responsibility that comes with driving a large vehicle. Even worse, companies may employ drivers that lack the qualifications to drive or have a bad driving record. Injured by a commercial vehicle? We can help.
Throughout Texas and the United States there are thousands of people injured by dangerous and defective products every year. Defective products can include medical devices, car parts, children’s toys, and firearms.
Were you or someone you know injured at work? If an injury occurred in the workplace as a result of the negligence of a third party, you are entitled to relief. Workplace injuries can include: slip and fall injuries, burn injuries, chemical exposure, and broken bones, as well as illness such as asbestos poisoning, carpal tunnel, or injuries caused by industrial machinery.
Have you or someone you know been exposed to dangerous substances such as benzene, radiation, asbestos, lead, silica, contaminated groundwater, or other toxic substance at home, work, or in other places? Has this exposure caused symptoms such as rashes, allergies, headaches, or more serious illnesses such as lung ailments or cancer?
Texas law protects consumers from false or misleading advertising, as well as other acts, such as unlawful debt collection techniques. The Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act (DTPA) prohibits individuals or businesses from using false, misleading, or deceptive acts or practices in transactions with other individuals and most businesses.
Have you or someone you know been injured during a slip and fall? A slip and fall occurs when a person slips, trips, or falls and is injured on another person’s property. This can occur while frequenting businesses because of someone else’s negligence.
Are you or a loved one a railroad worker that was injured on the job? The Federal Employees Liability Act (FELA), Federal Safety Appliance Act (FSSA), and the Federal Locomotive Inspection Act (LIA) provide for recovery when railroad workers are injured on the job.