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Personal Injury

Accidents can happen when you least expect them to. Whether they are roadway traffic accidents, medical negligence, medical malpractice, or occupational incidents, medical bills, costs of future medical treatment, and lost wages are some of the things that may be faced after an injury. Our firm will strive to ensure that you are treated fairly after sustaining an injury. If you or a loved one has sustained a personal injury and are need guidance on the next step to get you through this though time, give us a call today.

Wrongful Death

Losing a loved one can be one of the most difficult experiences in life. We understand that it can be emotional time and that it can be even more difficult when the death is a result of a negligent or reckless action of another. There are a number circumstances in which a Wrongful Death action may be brought under Chapter 71 of the Texas Civil Practice and Remedies Code. If you are struggling with the death of a loved one and are looking for further guidance we are here to help.

Trucking Accidents

Trucking accidents are a more specific subset of Personal Injury cases. Collisions with commercial trucking vehicles can often result in catastrophic damage to the smaller consumer vehicle. If you or a loved one has been involved in an accident involving a large commercial truck, semi-truck, or tractor-trailer, give us a call us today for a free legal consultation. 

Deceptive Trade Practices (DTPA)

The Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act (DTPA) protects consumers who have been deceived, mislead, or defrauded by a business. The act, in Chapter 17 of the Texas Business and Commerce Code, extends further protection to consumers who are victims of certain unsavory insurance practices as well as certain breaches of warranty and other unconscionable actions. Our firm strives to protect consumers from deceptive business practices under the Texas DTPA.

Class Action / Mass Tort

Sometimes a company makes a mistake or even makes a conscious intentional decision that causes damages to a large number of people. Often times when this happens, litigation ensues. Rule 42 of the Texas Rules of Civil Procedure governs the instances when a class action is applicable. When a class action is applicable, a class may be certified in order to consolidate and streamline the litigation. When a class action is not possible the numerous separate cases that ensue are considered mass tort. Examples of mass tort include the asbestos litigation of the 20th century, the Vioxx and the transvaginal mesh litigation of the early 2000s, and most recently the talcum powder litigation with Johnson & Johnson. When it comes to these sorts of high volume, technically specific cases, you want an experienced plaintiff's attorney. Call our office and schedule a consultation today.

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