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Brain Damage / Premise Liability

While casually shopping for her husband, a young wife and mother was struck on the head by a store display frame that fell from an overhead shelf. The retail store tried to blame her for the incident and denied all liability…..The impact caused permanent brain damage and a severe neck injury that required a fusion surgery. A lawsuit was filed and on the eve of trial the store agreed to pay. The settlement provided financial security for the family and a college fund for the victim’s daughter.

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Brain Damage Construction Accident

A construction worker was on a job site installing wiring for a new dialysis clinic. Workers from another company had left construction debris resting against a wall, including an old heavy door. The wind blew the door over striking the worker on the head causing permanent brain damage….A lawsuit was filed against the general contractor who denied responsibility and who blamed the injured worker for causing the incident. We were able to prove the general contractor violated its own safety policies and procedures which was the true cause of the injury. The settlement provided needed financial security to the worker

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Wrongful Death 18-Wheeler Collision

Heading home after a long day at work, a hard-working single mother of three children was killed when her car was struck by a commercial truck. The Texas DPS Officer investigating the accident placed complete blame on the deceased mother…..Though both drivers were killed and there were no eyewitnesses, we were able to reconstruct the accident from scene photographs and vehicle crash damage analysis to determine the truck driver was at fault by traveling at a high rate of speed and for failing to have his headlights on. And, though the truck driver’s blood content had been altered by blood

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Cervical Spine Injury/ Auto-Truck Collision

Waste disposal truck failed to yield right-of-way to oncoming vehicle, turning in front of vehicle causing a near head-on collision. Vehicle driver suffered a severe neck injury which prevented him from working for the remainder of his life.

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Brain Damage (Quadriplegic) Premises Case

While playing with his dad in a city park in Dallas, a young boy wandered off and fell into a water-filled drainage ditch and nearly drowned. Though rescuers were able to revive him, the boy suffered massive brain damage. The City of Dallas denied responsibility, blamed the father and swore there were no prior similar incidences in the park. The family had been represented by another law firm, but that firm chose to withdrew from the case. After turning to us, we subpoenaed long-archived documents, put people under oath and discovered 3 other small children had previously drowned in the

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Brain Damage / Premise Liability

While casually shopping for her husband, a young wife and mother was struck on the head by a store display frame that fell from an overhead shelf. The retail store tried to blame her for the incident and denied all liability…..The impact caused permanent brain damage and a severe neck injury that required a fusion surgery. A lawsuit was filed and on the eve of trial the store agreed to pay. The settlement provided financial security for the family and a college fund for the victim’s daughter.

Read More »

Brain Damage Construction Accident

A construction worker was on a job site installing wiring for a new dialysis clinic. Workers from another company had left construction debris resting against a wall, including an old heavy door. The wind blew the door over striking the worker on the head causing permanent brain damage….A lawsuit was filed against the general contractor who denied responsibility and who blamed the injured worker for causing the incident. We were able to prove the general contractor violated its own safety policies and procedures which was the true cause of the injury. The settlement provided needed financial security to the worker

Read More »

Wrongful Death 18-Wheeler Collision

Heading home after a long day at work, a hard-working single mother of three children was killed when her car was struck by a commercial truck. The Texas DPS Officer investigating the accident placed complete blame on the deceased mother…..Though both drivers were killed and there were no eyewitnesses, we were able to reconstruct the accident from scene photographs and vehicle crash damage analysis to determine the truck driver was at fault by traveling at a high rate of speed and for failing to have his headlights on. And, though the truck driver’s blood content had been altered by blood

Read More »

Cervical Spine Injury/ Auto-Truck Collision

Waste disposal truck failed to yield right-of-way to oncoming vehicle, turning in front of vehicle causing a near head-on collision. Vehicle driver suffered a severe neck injury which prevented him from working for the remainder of his life.

Read More »

Brain Damage (Quadriplegic) Premises Case

While playing with his dad in a city park in Dallas, a young boy wandered off and fell into a water-filled drainage ditch and nearly drowned. Though rescuers were able to revive him, the boy suffered massive brain damage. The City of Dallas denied responsibility, blamed the father and swore there were no prior similar incidences in the park. The family had been represented by another law firm, but that firm chose to withdrew from the case. After turning to us, we subpoenaed long-archived documents, put people under oath and discovered 3 other small children had previously drowned in the

Read More »

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