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Dangerous Elevators – a Premises Liability Case

We helped a lady who tripped and fell out of a garage elevator.  This was a premises liability case. The elevator stopped below the garage floor causing a tripping hazard.  This is an unreasonably dangerous condition on the premises which we were able to show that the elevator owner and building management company knew or […]

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Dental Malpractice and Negligence

We helped an elderly lady who went in to have a dental implant and ended up having part of her jaw bone ripped out along with a hole opened up to her sinus cavity. This was a dental malpractice case where the dentist negligently recommended our client have her molar taken out to make room […]

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The Case of Wal*Mart Against The Little Guy

I represented a man who had a cart of merchandise pushed into him by a Walmart employee.  I sued Wal-Mart for negligence and for destruction of evidence when the surveillance video and two pictures disappeared.  It was epic war where I deposed Wal-Mart’s lead counsel on the case pursuant to Texas Rules of Evidence 503 […]

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The Case of the Nursing Home Abuse

I represented a family whose father’s care was negligently carried out by a nursing home in East Texas.  The gentleman was allowed to develop bed sores.  He was allowed to become malnourished and dehydrated.  I was able to show that the nursing home took no action to stop these developing conditions until irreparable harm had […]

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The Case of the Semi-Truck Collision in I-10

I represented a family who crashed into an 18 wheeler which had overturned on Interstate 10 and was blocking the freeway in the middle of the night.  I was able to show that the plaintiff had no time to stop or avoid the collision because there were no lights in the area.  I was able […]

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The Case of the Crane Collapse

I represented a crane operator who was 70 feet in the air when the crane column broke.  I brought a lawsuit against the company who rebuilt the crane and who had the contractual responsibility to inspect the crane monthly.  I found through intense discovery battles that the defendant had failed to carry out its work […]

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A Case of a Family Tragedy and the Negligent Landlord

Negligence, Landlord-tenant, Fire and Smoke Alarms, Smoke Detectors, Premises Liability, Manufactured Homes We represented two families who lost their children due to smoke inhalation. Our clients lived in a rented trailer house (manufactured house) in a trailer park. When our clients moved in they informed the manager that the trailer house was missing smoke detectors/ […]

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