Personal Injury – 8/12/21 – Medical Malpractice-Nursing Home Abuse-Pedestrian Accidents-Premises Accidents-Train Accident Attorney-Spinal Cord Injury Attorney

Medical Malpractice

Medical doctors, nurses, and other hospital staff usually provide competent, correct medical care and treatment. Unfortunately, there are times when the care provided falls below the standard of care and a patient suffers devastating injury or death as a result. The injury may leave the patient unable to return to work and facing further medical treatment and bills or their death may leave their family without an important wage earner.

Unfortunately, given the powerful lobbying and media efforts of the insurance industry and medical providers many people have been led to believe that medical malpractice cases simply benefit “greedy trial lawyers”. They forget that the primary beneficiary is the injured person or their family. If the insurance industry had its way, good people who undergo tragic consequences to them or a loved one due to medical errors would be left without an adequate remedy. That is why, despite the efforts of the insurance companies and medical interests, the law provides that victims of medical malpractice are entitled to bring their case to a jury to seek full and fair compensation from those responsible for their injuries. The alternative is to leave permanently injured or disabled people to become a burden on the state and its taxpayers. Medical malpractice cases not only provide critically needed compensation but also serve to encourage hospitals and other providers to improve their treatment and avoid future mistakes.

When we put our trust in a medical professional, clinic, or hospital, we expect them to provide the appropriate level of care required by our medical condition. We certainly do not expect them to allow or make the problem worse or for a new problem to be caused by the medical provider.

Examples of Medical Malpractice include:

Giving a Patient the Wrong Drug and other Medication Errors
Failure to Diagnose a Medical Disease or Condition
Birth Injury
Surgical Errors
Failing to Conduct Necessary Tests
Studies have shown that as many as 100,000 people a year die from medication errors made by medical providers. Deaths from surgical and other negligence add even further to that total. If you feel your condition or that of a family member was created or worsened due to the actions of a medical professional, it is important to speak with our medical malpractice lawyers in Cleveland.

Have you been injured or has a loved one suffered injury or death as the result of medical malpractice? Our lawyers can help! Call our office to schedule a free consultation.



Nursing Home Negligence & Abuse

When loved ones get older, they may need someone to take care of them. While they may not need hospital care, home care may be unaffordable. Moreover, with the pressures and obligations that come with everyday life, it may be difficult for their family to personally give them the care they need. Because of this, a nursing home is often the only option. When a family member is entrusted to a nursing home, the family is putting their faith in the nursing home and the professionals working there. They assume that the home will take good care of their loved ones. While most of the time this is the case, it is not always so, and sometimes elderly individuals in nursing homes are neglected or abused.

Nursing Home Negligence or Other Abuse Can Lead to:

Failure To Diagnose Medical Conditions
Prescription Drug Errors
Falls or Other Injuries
Eating Complications
Poor Hygiene

Unfortunately, nursing home patients may be subjected to negligent care. While this may not be intentional abuse, it is careless, below the standard of care for what is required of the nursing home, and can result in injury or death to the patient. However, other forms of nursing home abuse exist as well and can include physical abuse, mental abuse, and financial abuse. If you feel your loved one has suffered from any type of nursing home abuse, contact a lawyer for advice.

Are you unsure if your loved one is being abused in their nursing home? In many cases, an abused patient may be too afraid to say anything to their family due to threats from staff or just due to the fact they have experienced a great amount of trauma. There are signs to look for. If unexplained rashes, abrasions, bruises, cuts, or other marks start to appear on their body, personal belongings are missing, or there is a sudden change in their emotions, there may be a reason to investigate further. Contact a nursing home negligence lawyer if you suspect your loved one is being abused in a nursing home.

Do you believe your loved one is being abused or suffering due to staff negligence in a nursing home? A lawyer can help! Contact our Nursing Home Negligence Lawyers today to schedule a free consultation.


Pedestrian Accidents

People walk for many different reasons. Some people walk to work. Others walk for recreational purposes or to get exercise. Others take young children out for walks or walk their dogs. Unfortunately, a simple walk outside can result in serious injury or death when a negligent driver makes a wrong decision and strikes a pedestrian. Contact a lawyer if you or a loved one were injured by a negligent driver as a pedestrian.

A pedestrian accident can result in:

Bone Fractures
Brain Injury

Every year in the United States, motor vehicles kill approximately 6,000 pedestrians. This means that every day 16 people are killed in a pedestrian accident. The number of pedestrian injuries is even more alarming. There are approximately 110,000 pedestrian injuries each year in the United States!

Due to the fact that pedestrians are more vulnerable compared to those in a car, bus, or truck, the results are much more devastating for the pedestrian. Drivers must be aware of pedestrians while they are driving and avoid negligently injuring them. A pedestrian accident lawyer can help if someone close to you was struck by a vehicle and injured or killed.

Have you or a loved one been injured as a pedestrian? A lawyer can help! Contact our Law Firm today for a free consultation.


Premises Accidents

Whether you are at work, on vacation, or just running everyday errands, property owners have certain duties that vary according to the factual circumstances to make sure that your visit is safe and you leave uninjured. When the property owner fails to meet their duty and a serious injury occurs, the property owner may be held accountable and the injured person obtain fair and just compensation for their injuries. It is imperative to contact our premises liability lawyers if you feel a property owner’s negligence was the cause of your injury.

The following are situations that may give rise to a premises liability case:

Lack of Security
Dangerous Property Conditions
Lack of Maintenance
Negligent Staff
Most business owners know about their legal duties and responsible owners take out adequate liability insurance to cover any such injury. Damages may include medical costs, pain and suffering, loss of wages, and permanent injury.

Unfortunately, to try and protect their profits, insurance companies often deny responsibility that the company they insure is responsible for these damages. Sophisticated insurance adjusters try to minimize the amount of compensation a seriously injured person may be lawfully entitled to receive. Contact our Premises Liability Lawyers if you feel your injury should have been prevented by the property owner.

Have you or a loved one been injured on someone else’s property or business premises? Our lawyers can help you determine if you have a claim and then pursue that claim on your behalf! Contact our Premises Liability Lawyers today to schedule a free consultation.


Railroad Accidents

Railroad accidents happen more frequently than people think. These types of accidents can be catastrophic and produce deadly results. railroad accidents can occur for a number of different reasons. Many times, however, it is the fault of someone other than the injured person. If you feel your railroad accident was the fault of another, contact our lawyers.

Throughout the country, including Texas, the most common types of railroad accidents are:

Lack of Security
Dangerous Property Conditions
Lack of Maintenance
Lack of Adequate Inspections

According to 2020 statistical data, Texas ranks as number 1 for railroad collisions in the United States with 186 collisions, 11 deaths, and 67 injuries. Unfortunately, many railroad workers are hurt and killed every year in Texas due to the carelessness of others.

The cause of a railroad accident can be the result of numerous things. In some cases, the railroad company may be at fault. For example, lack of training, failing to properly maintain the train and/or the tracks can result in accidents such as derailments. Finally, failing to have properly working lights, gates, and other warnings at railroad crossings can result in a terrible railroad accident.

Have you been injured or a loved one been injured or killed in a railroad accident? Our lawyers can help! Contact our Railroad Accident Lawyers today to schedule a free consultation.

Train Accident Attorneys

Did you know that a train accident occurs in the United States every 90 minutes? It is a true and alarming fact. Many of these train accidents are the fault of the railroad and not the motorist.

However, a railroad claims representative will attempt to persuade you into believing a motorist is always at fault without providing the underlying facts such as the train black box which shows the speed of the train and whether the horn was being blown, the employee time reports, and daily track inspection reports. Even if you were provided with this information, you must seek INDEPENDENT legal advice to evaluate the information in a fair and unbiased form. Some of these train accidents result in injuries that range from mild to severe, while others result in severe brain damage or other catastrophic injuries, or death. Letting the railroad get off the hook by not taking them to task when they are at fault will allow the railroad to continue to operate unsafely and lead to other injuries and deaths.

It is well-established law that railroad companies owe a duty of reasonable care to provide for the safety of the public and its employees. Railroads must also comply with state and federal laws, rules, and regulations concerning employee and public safety. Contrary to what the railroad would have you believe (for example, “train accidents are always caused by the motorist” or “the motorist failed to yield” or “the railroad employee caused their own injury”), courts and juries have many times found railroads responsible for causing injuries and death to the public and their employees.

Some of the factors that lead to injuries and deaths at railroad crossings are solely under the railroad’s control. These factors that place the public in danger include failing to install lights and gates at the crossing, failing to remove vegetation and trees that block the view of an oncoming train, overworking train crews, faulty railroad crossing signals, and insufficient employees to properly maintain the track and equipment.

Most crossings in the United States are not protected with flashing lights and gates. Instead, these railroad crossings are protected only by signs and are known as “passive” railroad crossings. Proper warning devices such as lights and gates are readily available and can be easily installed by railroads. Hazardous conditions such as multiple high-speed tracks, view obstructions, a history of multiple accidents, heavy school bus traffic, and hump or high profile crossings exist throughout the country. We believe railroads should be protecting these crossings with lights and gates in order to meet their duty to protect the public and their employees.

Railroads that choose to turn a blind eye to unsafe conditions must be held accountable for the sometimes tragic consequences of their choice. Otherwise, they will continue to disregard their duty to protect the public and their employees.

Train accident statistics reported by the Federal Railroad Administration (“FRA”) include the following:

In one year there were approximately 1,381 reported deaths and injuries at highway-rail railroad crossings;
On average a total of 4 people per day are either killed or injured at highway-rail railroad crossings in this country ;
In one year there were approximately 150,000 public highway-rail railroad crossings in the United States;
In one year only about one out of four (26%) of the 150,000 public highway railroad crossings in the United States were protected by gates.
In one year about 54% of the 150,000 public highway railroad crossings in the United States were protected only with a sign.
A driver is 30 times more likely to die in an accident that involves a railroad train rather than another motor vehicle.

Whether you or a loved one was injured in a railroad crossing injury, derailment, or another type of train accident, or if you lost someone close to you in a railroad accident due to the negligence of another, call our train accident attorneys. We are here to help and answer your questions.


Spinal Cord Injury Attorneys

Every year throughout the United States, many individuals are involved in accidents that result in a spinal cord injury. In fact, annual statistics show that there are approximately 11,000 spinal cord injuries each year in the United States. A spinal cord injury is a severe, life-altering injury that can leave someone physically unable to do things they were once able to do. In many cases, the spinal cord injury results from the negligence of another individual.

The most common cause of spinal cord injury is car accidents. Aside from car accidents, spinal cord injury can also result from:

Slip and Fall
Acts of Violence
Recreational Activities

Loss of movement (paralysis) over some part of the lower and/or upper body and permanent disability is the usual result of a severe spinal cord injury. Our attorneys are here to help if you or your loved one suffered a spinal cord injury in an accident due to the negligence of another. Even when the spinal cord injury does not result in paralysis, other severe results such as cracked, damaged vertebrae, separated discs, and pinched nerves, can accompany such an injury.

In some cases, a spinal cord injury may seem somewhat trivial, only causing mild pain. However, it is still important to get the necessary medical attention because more severe repercussions may surface later on, resulting in more pain, greater injury, and more costly medical bills. Medical care, nursing costs, tests, equipment, and medications are all some of the things our attorneys can help you get compensation for, as well as pain and suffering. Speak with our attorneys today if a careless person or company caused your spinal cord injury.

Have you or a loved one suffered a spinal cord injury as the result of someone else’s negligence? Our lawyers can help evaluate your claim and obtain critically needed compensation for your injury. Contact our Spinal Cord Injury Attorneys to schedule a free consultation.




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Here is a list of all the information included in traffic tickets.

A charge that you violated traffic laws, including the part that is being alleged as infringed.
Name of the traffic law or the reason for which the ticket was issued, if applicable.
Details of the event of that specific hour and in that particular place on that particular day.
Name and address of the person to whom the citation will be sent.
Identification information about the vehicle, including make, model, and license plate
Information about how to contest or dispute the accusation. This includes the name and address where the location is located.

Each state has its own traffic laws. It is important that you are familiar with the traffic laws in the state where you reside or were cited for the crime.

The Most Common Moving Violations

A moving violation is when a vehicle in motion violates traffic law. These are the most common moving violations:

Driving at speeds higher than the allowed speed
Speeding through stop signs or red lights
Failure to stop for a school bus or on approaching a pedestrian
Taking a u-turn in the wrong direction.
Unlawful taking over of another vehicle
Driving in a carpool lane without permission
Neglecting to give the right-of-way

A driver’s license may be suspended or revoked depending on the severity and frequency of the violation. License suspensions can be applied for a range of periods, from a few weeks to several years. Here are some examples of serious violations in moving:

Driving a vehicle even after your license has been suspended
Driving recklessly or in dangerous ways
DUI (driving under the influence of vehicle)
Highway intimidation
Racing on the street.
Motor vehicle murder

The penalties could include imprisonment and a significant fine, depending on whether the driving offense is a misdemeanor or a felony. The person could be charged additional insurance premiums that can reach hundreds of dollars.

The Non – Moving Violations :

A non-moving violation is, in most cases, illegally parking your car, getting a “fix-it” ticket to repair defective equipment, or making illegal modifications to your vehicle. They are not on your driving record and are assessed at a lower rate than a moving violation.

The most common offenses in non-moving violations are:

Parking in front of a fire hydrant.
Parking in a prohibited zone
Parking in front of a meter that is not functional
Parking and blocking the walkway.
Parking on two levels
Parking in an accessible spot without a placard or disability plate issued by the Department of Motor Vehicles

A parking ticket is issued to the vehicle and not the driver. This is different from a moving violation. If you fail to respond to a parking ticket within a specified time, a notification will go to the registered owner of your vehicle asking for payment.

Your vehicle could be towed and then seized if you fail to pay your parking fines. Drivers with six or more outstanding fines may not be eligible to renew their licenses in certain states. Your driver’s license and your vehicle registration may both show a non-renewable status.

Each state and city has its own laws regarding the correction of a non-moving offense. Some states will require proof of correction. Others may allow you to send your signed ticket and correction proof along with your dismissal fee to avoid appearing in court. You should consult the local laws to determine the corrective actions to take. The directions are usually written on the reverse side of the ticket.

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Personal Injury – 8/5/21 – Bicycle Accident-Dog Bite-Wrong Way Accident-Choosing Attorney-Personal Injury Attorney-Auto Accident-Personal Injury FAQs-Brain Injury-Burn Injury-Bus Accident-Our Firm Philosophy – gtg

How Bicycle accident lawyers can help

Representative cases

Our Law Firm is one of the oldest and most respected plaintiff’s personal injury firms in Texas. For over 20 years, our bicycle accident lawyers have dealt with cases involving serious injury and fatalities involving bicycles, and have secured judgments for their clients that have enabled them to live with security and dignity. Some of these individuals had suffered serious physical injuries including brain damage and spinal cord injury. Other clients have been families in which a loved one suffered a wrongful death in a bicycle crash.

Bicycle accident by the roadside
Our accident lawyers have successfully represented persons who have suffered bicycle injuries and families who have lost loved ones in bicycle crashes throughout Texas.

As bicycle accident lawyers, we seek to relieve clients of anxiety and uncertainty about their cases. We work closely with each client to make sure we understand their needs and concerns, and to see that those issues are addressed so that the client can be completely focused on his recovery and his family. Because we have handled so many bicycle injury cases, we are able to lay out a course of action that will take a client to the conclusion of their case with minimal anxiety and stress. The most helpful service our accident lawyers can render their clients is to prosecute their case aggressively, helping them achieve the fairest monetary result we can obtain. At the same time, we try to help our clients return to the life they enjoyed before the collision.

When our Law Firm takes on a bicycle injury case, a senior bicycle injury attorney assumes responsibility for the case and assembles a legal team of attorneys, investigators, paralegals, and other staff to investigate and research the case. We strive to understand all that occurred in the crash, to carefully assess the evidence, the site of the crash and surrounding area, and all relevant circumstances. We evaluate the quality and functioning of the bicycle and of safety equipment, especially helmets. We review medical records to determine the full extent of the injury. We will look first at your medical needs, to assure that you are getting the appropriate medical care and the rehabilitation you need.

Competitive bike rider
Our bicycle accident lawyers are committed to a thorough and accurate investigation for any client on whose behalf we undertake representation. Unlike most personal injury firms, we have a full-time investigative staff that we can deploy to thoroughly investigate every reasonable claim. In cases involving bicycle injury, gathering the facts and evidence as soon as possible can be critical to the success of a case. We offer prospective clients unparalleled resources to accomplish the necessary investigation.

We recommend these important actions after a bicycle crash to protect your rights:

Get the information you need whether or not police are present, you’ll need to get names and contact information for any witnesses, and secure driver’s license and insurance information with all drivers involved.
Notify your insurance carrier. As soon as you can, contact your insurance carrier and tell them about the collision. Be sure to cooperate fully with your insurance company.
Know the Statutes of Limitation These laws limit the time by when one must file a claim or a lawsuit. It is important to know which statutes apply to your particular circumstance. It is wise to contact a bicycle accident lawyer very soon after the crash in order to make sure that your rights are not forfeited, and that you can pursue your civil remedies.

Start the Investigation. It is crucially important for the investigation of the crash to begin while memories are fresh, and before critical evidence at the collision scene has been removed, washed away, or otherwise eliminated.
Our bicycle accident lawyers employ three full-time accident investigators who will travel throughout Texas to help find vital evidence for our lawyers and secure it for your case. While you are receiving medical care and recovering, you may not feel ready to have your case resolved, yet evidence collection needs to be underway. Our investigative staff can obtain factual statements, scene photographs, accurate measurements, and collision photographs, leaving you to focus on your recovery and return to the quality of life you enjoyed before your injuries.




The US Center for Disease Control reports that every year more than 4.7 million Americans suffer a dog bite injury. Of these, nearly 800,000 require medical attention, and about one percent of dog attack victims require hospitalization for their care.

About half of all children in the US will be bitten by a dog before they are 18. Seventy percent of the victims of serious dog bites and dog attack injuries who require hospitalization are children, and about 70 percent of those who die from dog bites are children.

The elderly have a higher rate of dog attacks, as do service workers such as mail carriers, other delivery persons, meter readers, home health aides, and others who make house calls, and are therefore more exposed to dogs.

Dog bites are increasing faster than dog ownership. Between 1986 and the present, dog ownership increased 2 percent, and dog bites requiring medical treatment increased 36 percent.

More than half of all documented serious dog attacks in the US involve Rottweilers or pit bulls.

Do not approach dogs you don’t know well, nor those unaccompanied by an owner. Avoid packs of dogs. Do not provoke or tease any dog, whether you know it well or not.

Children 14 and under are the most frequent victims of dog attacks. Seventy percent of fatal dog attacks and
more than half of bite wounds requiring medical attention involve children. Among children, the group suffering the highest incidence of dog attacks is 5 to 9-year-old boys. Dog bite injuries are the third leading cause of emergency admission of children to hospitals.

The emotional trauma resulting from being attacked by a dog is a central element in many dog bite cases. People often suffer from post-traumatic distress disorder, with symptoms of sleep disturbance, flashbacks of the attack, severe anxiety and irritability, impaired concentration, and persistent fear of dogs.

Under Texas law, dog owners are liable when their dog bites someone, and the attack victim does not have to prove fault or negligence. This law does not apply to a person who is bitten while trespassing.

The Insurance Information Institute, an insurance industry group, states that homeowners’ and renters’ insurance policies typically cover dog bite liability. Most policies provide $100,000 to $300,000 in liability coverage. If the claim exceeds the limit, the dog owner is responsible for all damages above that amount, including legal expenses. However, some carriers are now excluding certain breeds from coverage.

A support group of other dog attack survivors can be invaluable. People who have experienced what the new survivor is experiencing can help a dog attack survivor deal with persistent psychological symptoms. Other survivors can help a new dog attack victim find a way to live with scarring and come to believe that that the future is worth working towards. Many dog bite and dog attack survivors also make use of psychotherapy to help them deal with the challenges of this period.








How to Choose a Personal Injury Attorney

When choosing a personal injury attorney, there are several points to keep in mind. Your lawyer must always have your best interests at heart and work hard to get you the compensation you deserve. At our Law Firm, the personal injury lawyers work hard to provide you with a feeling of comfort and family surroundings, while offering you the security of representation with the skill and aggressive style to win both large and small awards. No case is too large; no case is too small.

We understand how important the health and well-being of your family are, and we will work very hard to see that you and your family are seen by medical specialists and that your condition and/or injuries are well-documented throughout the process. If you are unable to come to us, we will come to you at your doctor’s office, the hospital, or your home.

You Are the Reason We are in Business
You must be able to trust your attorneys completely. If you are worried about how much you will be charged for their representation, or how well they will handle the circumstances of your case, then they are not the right attorneys for you. We are proud of our level of commitment and the community support we receive. We work hard to get fair settlements from which we never take excessive and unfair commissions.

You need a personal injury attorney who genuinely cares about your welfare and will do anything possible to help you maintain order in your life during your difficult time. We represent each of our clients equally whether they are from a poor background or are used to the finer things in life. We treat each client like a member of our own family.

We want you to know that regardless of whether or not you are a legal United States citizen and employed, you are entitled to be heard in a court of law if you have been injured in an accident.

We also insist on maintaining a realistic client load at all times so that we can give each client the individual attention and care that they deserve. When you call us, you will always speak with or receive a return call back from one of the attorneys.

What You Should Look For in a Personal Injury Attorney
When choosing the right personal injury attorney. You should expect the following:

A good referral from the American Bar Association
Good references from your family and friends
Professional referrals
Experience in dealing with your situation and good results from those cases
Details of legal fees and how and when they are charged
A good relationship between you and your lawyer
Be patient, but expect regular case updates
Establish the option of finding another lawyer if you are dissatisfied
Choosing the right personal injury attorney should be the most important initial factor in your case. The wrong lawyer will not represent you well and will cheat you out of the money you deserve. Please contact our personal injury lawyers today to find out how we can meet your needs.


Personal Injury Lawyer

When a person has been injured due to the carelessness of another, they have the right to file a case against that person and to be reimbursed for medical expenses, loss of wages, and other damages that result from that injury. We are a personal injury Law Firm that devotes the majority of our law practice to representing clients who have suffered a personal injury caused by someone else’s negligence. Many of their cases are motor vehicle accidents that have resulted in serious injury.

They have successfully represented clients in cases that range in settlement value from a few hundred dollars to a few million dollars, with equal dedication and commitment. No case is too small or too large for them to devote their time and resources.

Causes of Personal Injury
A personal injury, depending on the severity of the victim’s injuries, can result in ongoing rehabilitation, permanent disability and much unnecessary suffering. The most common types of personal injury cases result from:

Car accidents
Drunk driving accidents
Truck accidents
Motorcycle accidents
Pedestrian accidents
Construction accidents
Dog bite injuries
Evidence and Witnesses
In order for a personal injury lawyer to effectively represent your case, they must be able to obtain and present valid evidence of the cause and result of your injuries. This material is discovered by the exceptional, professional, and exhaustive resources that our Law Firm employs for the investigation of each of their cases.

They also locate and interview any witnesses who can testify to the events leading up to and including the client’s injuries. Expert witnesses are also called to testify as to the validity of the circumstances and evidence presented in each case.

Accurate Records
Our Law Firm will also employ the use of professionals to review and clarify the accuracy of any records relating to a personal injury case. These may involve victim records, medical records, eye witness accounts, and any other relevant material that will aid in building a successful case representing their client.

If you are the victim of a personal injury, it is very important that you record daily events, thoughts, feelings, and conversations relating to your injury so that you can supply this information to your personal injury lawyer. These items document how your injury has affected you physically and mentally. They will also aid your lawyer in representing you accurately, even if the case lasts for several months or longer.

We are well known in the community for providing exceptional and aggressive representation to all clients, no matter what their financial, employment, or citizenship status may be. If you have been injured in the United States as a result of someone else’s carelessness, you are entitled to legal representation and compensation. Please contact our dedicated and caring personal injury attorneys today to schedule a free case evaluation. We will arrange a meeting in a place convenient to you if you are unable to come to us.


Motor Vehicle Accident Attorney

Motor vehicle accidents account for more personal injury claims than any other type of accident. Our Law Firm of auto accident lawyers dedicates the majority of their legal practice to representing victims who have been involved in some type of motor vehicle accident. We know and appreciate how important the health and happiness of your family are, and we will work hard to get you the compensation you deserve following a serious injury.

We want you to know that regardless of whether or not you are a legal United States citizen and employed, you are entitled to be heard in a court of law if you have been injured in an accident. We are passionate about working exhaustively to get you doctors’ appointments, to keep everything related to your injury documented, and to ensure you get a fair settlement for your injuries.

We are known in the community and have a network of professionals who work with us to make sure you get timely medical appointments and are well taken care of following the trauma of being injured in a vehicle accident. Let our family help your family during this time. No case is too large; no case is too small.

Types of Motor Vehicle Accidents
The three major types of motor vehicle accidents include:

Auto accidents
Truck accidents
Motorcycle accidents
The cause, severity, and legal liability of a motor vehicle accident can all vary greatly depending on the specific circumstances surrounding each accident. While most accidents are the result of another person’s negligence, the severity of that negligence must be determined in a court of law in order to obtain a fair settlement for the injured party. It is in your best interests to retain legal representation as soon as you are able to do so.

Motor Vehicle Accident Expenses
Mounting medical bills combined with the loss of income, legal fees, and the cost of renting a temporary vehicle can grow into a massive burden that we make sure you do not face alone. Our cases are taken on a contingency basis, which means you don’t owe us a penny until we have won your case for you.

In the meantime, we will help you obtain a rental car if needed, pay your medical expenses and meet you at your convenience if you cannot come to our office. Our focus is on your health and healing and we will work tirelessly to obtain the justice and settlement you are entitled to.

Your Rights Following a Motor Vehicle Accident
It is very important that you file your accident report and any claims with the proper authorities and insurance carriers as soon as possible. Most states have a short deadline, after which you cannot file your claim.

If you or someone you love has been injured or killed in a motor vehicle accident, it is your legal right to seek justice and to be compensated for your injuries. We understand the difficulties you face as a result of your accident, and we will make sure that the responsible party or parties are held accountable. Please contact the auto accident attorneys at our Law Firm today to schedule a consultation.


Bicycle Accident Lawyers

Many people own a bicycle. While some people bicycle for recreational purposes or for exercise, others depend on their bicycles as a form of transportation. Others cycle on a regular basis for competition. Additionally, many children enjoy bike riding. Most bicyclists understand the rules of the road and ride safely. Unfortunately, even when cyclists are safe and careful, drivers around them may not be. If a driver is negligent and hits a cyclist the resulting injuries can be devastating. If this happened to you or someone you know, contact our Bicycle Accident lawyers today. As with many accidents, it is important for the evidence, witness statements, photographs, and other investigative information to be obtained as soon as possible after the accident.

Have you or a loved one been injured in a bicycle accident? Our lawyers can help!

A bicycle accident can result in death or a number of different injuries, including but not limited to:

Bone Fractures
Spinal Cord Injury
Brain Injury

Bicycling should be a fun, enjoyable activity with no worries. Sadly, because other people may make poor choices while driving, a deadly bicycle accident may result. The Texas Department of Transportation reports that in 2019 there were 2,554 bicycle accidents in Texas. Our lawyers are here to help if you feel your bicycle accident resulted from the actions of a negligent or reckless driver.

Many times, when a bicycle accident occurs, it is the fault of the driver in the vehicle. When drivers fail to properly yield, run red lights or stop signs, drive while intoxicated or drowsy, speed, or simply drive in a careless manner and don’t properly follow the rules of the road, it can lead to a devastating accident. If this type of driving caused you injury or led to the injury or death of a loved one you should obtain appropriate legal advice before entering into any discussions or giving any statements to the driver’s insurance adjusters. No matter what they say, the insurance adjuster for the driver has no duty to represent your interests and is probably trying to paint a picture that minimizes the carelessness of the insured driver. Our attorneys can assist you through this challenging and stressful process. Having a lawyer allows you to concentrate on other important matters such as obtaining the proper medical care or supporting others directly impacted by the serious injury or death.

Have you or a loved one been injured in a bicycle accident? Our lawyers can help! Contact our Texas Bicycle Accident Lawyers today for a free consultation.


Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How much does an attorney charge in a personal injury case?
A: Although this depends on the attorney, in most cases, personal injury cases are charged on a contingency fee basis, which means that the attorney does not receive any fee unless a recovery is obtained. It is important to know up front whether you will be responsible for any of the direct costs of investigating and pursuing your claim if the claim is not successful for some reason. Our Law Firm does not charge the client for any of the costs of the case unless the case is successful.

Q: Either myself or a loved one has been seriously hurt, or worse, and now I am being directed to a specific attorney to represent my legal interests. What should I do?
A: The decision to retain a particular attorney is an extremely important one. If you are the family member of a loved one that has been lost, there may be many legal issues to handle including setting up a probate estate so that a claim can be pursued.

Regardless of what you are told, the choice of an attorney is YOURS AND YOURS ALONE. You should not allow others to pressure you into choosing a particular law firm to represent you. If you do feel undue pressure it may be worth asking why the person feels so strongly about the law firm he is recommending. Is he or she recommending a particular firm because they have had a favorable and real first-hand experience with that firms’ representation or is it because he plays golf with a particular lawyer?

You should feel comfortable with the lawyer you choose to represent you. It is always reasonable to ask questions of prospective attorneys. Good attorneys will not be offended by this and in fact, should welcome the opportunity to discuss their previous experience and successes. Some questions worth asking are:
If I hire you, will you be the lawyer personally handling my case from start to finish or will you assign my case to someone else?
When was the last time you personally tried a case before a jury?
What are the strengths and weaknesses of my case? (You should question lawyers making promises of guaranteed outcomes).
Will you provide me with your personal cell phone number so that I can contact you outside of your office hours?
Will you have enough time to dedicate the necessary personal attention to my case? (You want to have a lawyer with a balanced caseload that allows him or her the necessary time to fully prepare for your case).
What is your experience with your firms’ advertising such as television, back of phonebooks, and/or billboards being used by opposing counsel to influence jurors at trial?

Q: How do I know if I have a potential lawsuit?
A: The best way to figure this out is by contacting a lawyer. Even if you think you may not have a case, it is very possible that you actually do.

Q: How is the value of my injury determined?
A: This depends on a variety of factors such as lost wages, pain and suffering, medical bills, emotional trauma, property damage, and more. Ultimately, if the parties cannot reach a fair settlement then a jury may decide what is required to fairly compensate you for your injuries.

Q: When should I file a lawsuit?
A: You should contact an attorney as soon as possible to determine this! There is a time limit on these types of cases, so you do not want to lose your legal right to recover damages.

Q: What is the procedure during a standard personal injury lawsuit?
A: In most cases, your participation is minimal. Pre-trial court appearances are usually not necessary. Often cases will settle without the need for a trial. Our lawyers explain what to expect to all of our clients and pride ourselves on our availability and keeping our clients fully informed.


Injury Attorneys

Having a baby is usually one of the most exciting and joyous occasions that someone can experience. Unfortunately, medical professionals sometimes fail to do something they should have, or they do something wrong and things don’t go the way they should have. When this happens, a birth injury may occur. A birth injury can result in numerous problems for the baby, including life-altering disabilities, and even death. A lawyer can help if your baby was injured during the birthing process because of a negligent doctor or nurse.

Has your baby suffered from a birth injury or birth defect due to the negligence of a medical professional in Texas? A lawyer can help! Contact the Injury Attorneys at our Law Firm today for a free consultation.

A birth injury can result from:

Disease misdiagnosis
Inducing labor too late
Failing to perform a necessary c-section
Mishandling the infant, causing shoulder dystocia
Failing to properly recognize fetal distress
Although many birth injury cases involve the baby being physically injured during the birthing process, other cases involve babies being born with birth defects. How can a baby’s birth defect be the fault of a medical professional? In many ways. While some birth defects are out of a doctor’s hands, others could have been prevented or may have never occurred if it wasn’t for a doctor’s actions. For example, certain prescription drugs can result in birth defects. It is the doctor’s obligation to make sure that any drugs they are prescribing to their patient won’t complicate the pregnancy or put the baby at risk.

Two of the most common birth injuries are Erb’s Palsy and Cerebral Palsy. Cerebral palsy is often caused by brain damage and can result in learning problems, speech difficulties, and poor coordination. Erb’s palsy is a condition that affects any or all of the primary nerves in the arm and affects arm movement and results in partial or complete paralysis.

Has your baby suffered from a birth injury or birth defect due to the negligence of a medical professional? A lawyer can help! Contact the Injury Attorneys at our Law Firm today for a free consultation.


Brain Injury Lawyers

We all know that a brain injury is a serious injury that may result in lifelong complications or death. There are many different types of brain injuries that can result from a wide variety of accidents. A brain injury can occur without an accident involving a high rate of speed or any direct contact with the head. In some cases, brain injuries result from an accident that was caused by the negligence of another. If you or a loved one suffered a brain injury because of someone else’s negligence, and you would like to have a no-cost, no-obligation discussion with lawyers who will listen to your concerns and treat you with respect, the brain injury lawyers at our Law Firm are available to talk with you.

Have you or a loved one suffered a brain injury as the result of the negligence of someone? Our lawyers can help! Contact the Brain Injury Lawyers at our Law Firm.

Examples of different brain injuries include:

Cerebral Palsy
Traumatic Brain Injury
Anoxic Brain Injury
Acquired Brain Injury
Diffuse Axonal Injury
Brain Swelling Injury

Depending on the level of severity of the brain injury, a number of different consequences can result, such as:

Communication difficulties
Motor difficulties
Muscle paralysis
Memory lapses
Verbal difficulties
Mood swings
Anger Management difficulty
Personality change
In the most severe cases of brain injury, death can result.
Unfortunately, a brain injury can truly affect the victim’s entire family and can require a huge adjustment, not only for the injured person but their loved ones also. In addition to the obvious strain of the direct consequences of the injury, there is the added stress of financial uncertainty due to the inability to work and perhaps the need for future long-term care.

A brain injury that results from the negligence of another can occur through many different mechanisms. Some examples include car accidents, medical malpractice, birth injuries, fall injuries, sports injuries, playground accidents, and acts of violence.

Have you or a loved one suffered a brain injury as the result of the negligence of someone? Our lawyers can help! Contact the Brain Injury Lawyers at our Law Firm to schedule a free consultation.


Burn Injury Attorneys

An explosion, fire, or another incident can make someone a victim of a burn injury. Burn injuries can result in relentless, unbearable pain and permanent reminders of the event. In very severe cases, burn injuries can result in death. Even when the person does not die immediately from a burn injury, serious complications such as infection can develop and cause their death. If you suffered a burn injury or lost a loved one as the result of someone else’s negligence, contact our burn injury attorneys for help with your claim. We can handle your burn injury claim and promptly investigate the circumstances surrounding the injury.

Have you or a loved one sustained a burn injury due to the negligence of another? The attorneys of our Law Firm can help!

Types of Burn Injuries Include:

Chemical Burns
Scalding Burns
Electrical Burns
Thermal Burns

A burn injury can occur in a number of different situations. Explosions, work-related accidents, building fires, and electrocution are some of the many incidents in which a burn injury may result. A negligent individual may cause an explosion or fire that can wind up causing harm to another person. What is even more alarming is the fact that children are fire victims 2-3 times more often than other age groups, according to statistics. If someone else was careless and it caused your child to suffer from a burn injury, contact our Law Firm. Any type of burn can be painful. The main three types of burns are first-degree, second-degree, and third-degree. First-degree burns only affect the skin’s outer layer. Second-degree burns, on the other hand, affect both the first layer and the layer under it. The most severe type of burns are third-degree burns. This affects all underlying tissues in the skin. Permanent disfigurement and scars are usually the results of third-degree burns, and skin grafting is often necessary.

Have you or a loved one sustained a burn injury due to the negligence of another? The attorneys of our Law Firm can help!


Bus Accident Lawyers

Many people rely on buses for transportation. Whether it’s for school, work, or just running everyday errands, buses help get people from one place to another. While most bus drivers are properly trained and are skilled in their bus driving abilities, sometimes a driver is negligent and an accident occurs. Not only can passengers on the bus become victims of this type of accident, but passengers and drivers in other vehicles, as well as pedestrians, may also fall victim to a bus accident.

Have you or a loved one been injured in a bus accident? Our lawyers can help!

Common causes of bus accidents include but are not limited to:

Lack of bus driving experience/improper training
Impaired driving
Reckless driving
Time pressure, leading to rushing
Bus accidents can have tragic consequences, particularly when children are involved. If your child was injured or killed in a school bus accident, a lawyer at our Law Firm can help.

Depending on the severity of the accident, a number of different injuries can result. From minor cuts to more severe injuries such as brain injury and bone fractures, a bus accident can have life-altering effects, including the emotional distress that can arise from experiencing such a traumatic event. In some cases, the injuries are fatal. If you have been hurt in a bus accident, you may have a legal right to compensation to cover any wage losses, medical bills, and pain and suffering.

Have you or a loved one been injured in a bus accident? Our lawyers can help!


As attorneys concentrating on serious injury cases we see firsthand the devastating effect that disabling injuries and the resulting financial hardships can have on an individual or family. Although we hear a lot in the media about greedy trial lawyers – this is often an image portrayed by insurance companies and other large corporate interests who would prefer to have sole control over the rights of those injured by their negligence. The work we do provides important corporate accountability for unsafe practices and helps provide some degree of financial security to families whose quality of life has been robbed by an avoidable serious injury. The power to decide whether someone should be compensated lies with our citizen jurors and should not be entrusted to the profit concerns of insurance companies or other corporate entities. People who are injured by the carelessness of others should not be abandoned. We are proud to be advocates for injured individuals in our American civil justice system.