Minor Impact Can Equal Serious Injury

January 12, 2017

It takes a minimum amount of an impact in an accident to cause injury.  The insurance companies tell juries, “That lady cannot have a herniated disc because the impact was not that hard?”   Needless to say juries fall for this tactic.  It’s not the amount of damages to the vehicle or the fall, but how … Read More

Converting Your Serious Injuries to Money

January 9, 2017

When we evaluate a case, the first thing we look at is the injuries of our clients. Attorneys are not trained in law school to understand medicals. Law school is all about the law and legal procedures. The issue with this is that, as an attorney, if you do not understand injury medical you cannot … Read More

You Get What You Pay For….

November 19, 2016

As the saying goes, “You get what you pay for.”  This is never more true than when you try to represent yourself in an injury claim.  I always ask clients, “If you went into the neurosurgeon and he told you that you have a brain tumor that needs to be removed would you say I … Read More

10 Things You Need to Do Immediately Following a Car Accident

November 18, 2016

  Fortunately, most automobile accidents only result in property damage – damaged vehicle as opposed to an injured driver and/or passengers.  However, one in three accidents do result in a personal injury and out of that number, two out of every ten accidents lead to fatal injuries. If involved in an automobile accident, there are … Read More

Why You Really Need A Dedicated Injury Attorney

November 8, 2016

Insurance companies do two things really well. First, they take your money or cancel your policy if you don’t pay, and second, they don’t give your money back when you need it. Injured parties’ handling their own accident claims lose. Here is why….if insurance companies’ pay you back for an accident claim in a large … Read More

Sam Houston Electric Coop, Inc. Class Action Lawsuit

July 2, 2016

A group of Sam Houston Electric Cooperative, Inc. (SHEC) members have filed a class action lawsuit against SHEC, a non profit member owned electric coop, and its directors, advisory directors, advisory directors-at-large, and officers for failure to return profits to members of the electric membership corporation.  The members are represented by attorney Frederick L. McGuire … Read More

Suffering From an Untreated Automobile Accident Injury

January 31, 2014

Many people suffer from an automobile accident injury that has gone untreated.  One of the first injured people I helped was a lady that came into my office a year after a car accident.  She told me that the pain in her knee had become so severe with standing and functioning that she could no … Read More

Ice Weather Accidents in Houston – Am I at fault?

January 24, 2014

Auto Accident due to Icy Conditions Ice weather accidents in Houston are very common in our area since we are not accustomed to driving in icy conditions.  In an auto accident, the accident can be your fault or another drivers.  If you lose control of your car in icy conditions, it is likely your fault.  You … Read More

18 Wheeler Accidents

January 23, 2014

Have you been involved in an 18 Wheeler Accident in Houston? The key to any personal injury case or accident claim is to get help immediately.  You should know that the trucking company is going to put their investigator on the case immediately.  They may try to show that the driver of the big truck … Read More