Personal Injury Practice Areas

Wrongful Death

A plaintiff must prove the injury inflicted by the defendant caused the plaintiff's death.  Damages can include mental anguish, pain/suffering (survival action), monetary loss, and other damages.  

Automobile/Trucking Accidents

Once you have proven negligence, you may be entitled to damages including, medical bills, pain suffering , lost wages, mental anguish, and property damage.  Its important to contact an attorney as soon as possible after an accident.  

General Negligence

If someone has breached a standard of care resulting in an injury to you, you may be able to recover damages. Examples of general negligence includes slip and fall, work injuries, daycare abuse, and sexual abuse.

Medical and Dental Malpractice

Medical malpractice cases can be challenging to prove especially given certain tort reform laws in the State of Texas.  Make sure you have an attorney who has handled these cases in the past.  

Nursing Home Negligence

Injuries from a nursing home can include bed soars or ulcers, dehydration, slip and falls, malnutrition, and failure to diagnose or treat a medical condition.  

Product Liability

Product liability is an  area of law in which manufacturers and others who make products available to the public are held responsible for the injuries those products cause.