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Personal Injury

Personal Injury Services

  • Property Damage
  • Wrongful Death
  • Medical Malpractice
  • Spinal Injuries
  • Brain Injuries
  • Automobile Accidents
  • 18 Wheeler Accidents
  • Heavy Truck Accidents
  • Drunk Driver Accidents
  • Hit and Run Accidents
  • Commercial Vehicle Accidents
  • Motorcycle Accidents
  • Construction Accidents
  • Oilfield Accidents
  • Burn Injuries
  • Bicycle Accidents
  • Pedestrian Accidents
  • Boat Accidents
  • Dog Bites
  • Slip and Fall

Personal Injury Lawyers

Everyday lives change instantly caused by the negligence or recklessness of others. Money for medical care, missed work and damages, including property repair or replacement and pain and suffering can be expected when another party is responsible for your loss, injury or the injury or death of a loved one.

Aggressive Attorneys

Protect your rights with aggressive personal injury attorneys. We are here to help you get you back to life and are ready to pursue your cause to the fullest, while you see to yourself and your loved ones.

Insurance Claims

Would it surprise you to know that insurance companies do not want to pay? Their hired professionals are skilled at talking victims into settling for less than what they have the right to — full and fair compensation for all of your losses due to the irresponsible actions of others — and they will even work hard to find a reason to pay you nothing at all.

Know your Options

As your personal injury lawyers we will fight for you and deal with the insurance companies to make sure you get what you are entitled to. We take the time to get a full understanding of what happened and provide straightforward recommendations and options so you can make better-informed decisions.

Making Your Case

As an injured victim seeking damages we will work to prove the party or parties that caused your injuries and damages did not act with reasonable care. To prove this, we will show the court these three things are true:

  • Duty
  • Breach of Duty
  • Causation


Duty is the responsibility we all have to not injure someone or put them in harm’s way. For example, all drivers have a duty to pay attention to the road, so others will not be put in danger or injured.

Breach of Duty

Once duty has been established, the court must decide if the defendant did not act the way a reasonable person would. With the example above, the defendant’s driving was impaired because he was texting behind the wheel.


Next, we must prove the defendant’s breach of duty led to the your injury and damages. In other words, you would not have been in the accident if the irresponsible driver was not texting and that a reasonable person would not text and drive.


After duty, breach of duty and causation are proven, we will be given an opportunity to prove the other person’s negligence led to your damages.

Continuing with the same example, the breach of duty led to your losses. This might include the death of a loved one, physical injuries, property damage, lost wages, and pain and suffering. Keep in mind, that the defendant might say our damages were avoidable all together or to some extent.

Claim Process

Here is how a typical personal injury claim moves forward:

  • We File a Claim on Your Behalf With the Parties Involved and Put Them on Notice That You Are Seeking Compensation
  • Attempt a Favorable Settlement Offer With the Negligent Party or Parties Including Negotiations
  • File a Lawsuit if Negotiations Are Unsuccessful — Not Favorable to You
  • Litigate in Court. You Deserve to Have Your Damages Covered by the Defendant
  • Take Your Case to Trial or Find an Alternate Resolution if an Insurance Company Won’t Accept a Reasonable Offer


Based on the direction you want to take, we will develop a strategy to best ensure the outcome you want and you deserve for yourself and your family. You will not pay any fees until you win — if you don’t get paid, we don’t get paid.

Representing the people of the Greater Houston area & surrounding counties, including Brazoria County, Fort Bend County, Galveston County, Harris County and Wharton County. And southern gulf-coast counties on a case-by-case basis.