Practice Areas

Car Wrecks

Car wrecks are one of the most common types of personal injury lawsuit. If you’ve been injured in a car accident that was not your fault, you may have a case.

Trucking Wrecks

With more trucks on the road, trucking accidents are becoming more common. We can help you fight the big trucking companies and win the settlement you deserve.

Drunk Driving Injuries

Sadly, injuries caused by drunk drivers are common in the state of Texas. If a drunk driver has injured you or your family, the law is on your side.

Slip and Fall

Businesses are required by law to follow strong safety practices to keep the public safe. If you’ve been injured on corporate propepty for any reason, you may be entitled to compensation.

Bus Accidents

From school buses to public transportation, all bus companies must follow strict safety regulations. Our law firm will fight for your rights.

Train Wrecks

Train wrecks are rare, but their consequences can be disastrous. Our personal injury attorneys can tackle these complex cases and win your settlement.

On the job injuries

Your employers are required to protect your safety and adhere to extensive safety regulations. Our firm has a proven record of winning workplace injury lawsuits.

Dog Bite Lawyer

Texas dog owners are responsible for ensuring their pets are trained, well-behaved, and leashed in public in order to prevent any type of incident.

Wrongful Death
Lawyer

Wrongful death claims are some of the most complicated and emotionally challenging there are. A relatively new addition to the United States legal system

Pedestrian Accident
Attorneys

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), Texas is ranked as the 10th most dangerous state in the United States for pedestrians.

Workplace Accident
Attorneys

Sadly, more and more workers are injured on-the-job than ever before. While many companies have specific programs and safety protocols in place in order to keep their workers safe.

Premises Liability
Attorneys

Property owners – whether residential or commercial – have an obligation to ensure the space is safe and free of hazards. Under local, state, and federal laws