Personal Injury Law – Dog Bite Lawyers


Did you know that over 4 million people are bitten by dogs every year? Sadly, the Humane Society says that, of those victims, anywhere between 10 and 20 will die as a result of a dog bite, most of them being children! This does not even account for the monetary losses suffered by dog bite victims that some studies show to be over $1 billion.

In many of those cases, the victim has a legal right to recover his/her damages from the animal’s owner. That’s why you need to call our Law Firm to help you with your dog or animal bite injury. At our Law Firm, we aggressively fight for our clients’ rights to secure the compensation they deserve for their injuries.

If you have been bitten and injured by a dog or another animal, call us immediately. We will investigate your situation and determine whether or not you may be entitled to compensation for your medical bills, future medical treatment if expected, and pain and suffering. When you call us, be sure to discuss your situation thoroughly; have information available about the name, address and phone number of the dog’s owner, any witnesses that saw what happened and the details and facts of the dog bite.

When you need help from someone who is tough and aggressive, call our Law Firm. Let us put our experience to work for you.


Millions of people are bitten by dogs and other animals every year. If you are one of the unfortunate victims of a dog or animal bite, the first thing you should do is seek medical help as soon as possible. Even a small or minor bite can result in a serious infection or, even worse, tissue damage that can cause a more complicated injury or even death if not treated properly.

After you have sought professional medical help with your injury, call us. We will investigate your situation and determine whether or not you may be entitled to compensation for your medical bills, future medical treatment if expected, and pain and suffering. When you call us, be sure to discuss your situation thoroughly; have information available about the name, address and phone number of the dog’s or animal’s owner, any witnesses that saw what happened and the details and facts of the dog bite.

We are tough and aggressive. Call us and let us put our experience to work for you.


In many cases, the dog’s owner will have an insurance policy (or multiple policies) that may protect them for damages caused by their dogs. There are 2 major types of policies that dog owners purchase: (1) Homeowners/Renters Insurance and (2) Animal Insurance.

Homeowner’s/Renter’s Insurance
If the dog owner has purchased a homeowner’s or a renter’s insurance policy, that policy will protect the dog owner’s liability for your dog bite if the bite occurs on the owner’s insured property or premises or while the dog is under its owner’s control.

Animal Insurance
Some dog owners also have special insurance that helps protect them for injuries and damages caused by their dogs (and other animals). This is particularly true when the dog owner has had prior incidents involving a particular pet.

In order to find out whether your dog bite injury may be compensated by a dog owner’s insurance company, it is important to find out the name, address and phone number of the dog’s owner. Sometimes, the dog owner is willing to give you his/her insurance company’s contact information (don’t count on this) and if so, please have it ready for us when you call. If it turns out that the dog owner does not have insurance, you may still have legal rights against the owner to recover your damages.

The best way for you to find out who will compensate you for your injury is to call our Law Firm. We are tough and aggressive, and we will fight for you. Call our office to schedule a consultation.
Dog Bite Attorneys

dog bite lawyers

Motorcycle Accident Attorneys: Have you been involved in a motorcycle accident?

Motorcycle Accident Attorneys: Have you been involved in a motorcycle accident?

Motorcycle accidents are quite common. The warm climate and multitude of favorable roadways make Texas a motorcycle owner’s dream come true. On the contrary, the unyielding traffic makes large cities national leaders in motorcycle accidents, rollover accidents, and car wrecks.motorcycle accident attorneys

While it’s no surprise that motorcycle accidents can result in more severe injuries than conventional car accidents, what is not exactly common knowledge is that motorcycle accidents victims must often face immense aggression from insurance adjusters when dealing with their motorcycle accident claim. The motorcycle accident lawyers of our law firm understand the sensitivity of these cases and are prepared to stand by your side throughout the process.

Motorcycle accidents are not treated the same as car accidents

As unfair as it may be, insurance adjusters often see motorcycle riders as a tremendous liability and they tend to possess great bias toward them. They generally approach each motorcycle accident claim with the belief that motorcyclist was likely speeding and, at the very least, contributory negligent in their accident.

Unfortunately, juries also share similar views that embolden insurance adjusters. The end result is that motorcycle accident victims can expect aggressive opposition from an insurance adjuster which results in a higher percentage of denied claims and low payouts for injuries. More info here @
The short answer to that question is that they are attempting to save money. An accident that would be considered somewhat routine in a passenger car can easily result in severe injuries for a motorcyclist. As a result, the average motorcycle injury claim costs an insurance company substantially more money than a car accident that results in injury. In an attempt to maximize profit, insurance companies try to pay out as little as possible in injury cases. Since the law is very vague in its explanations regarding the claims process, an adjuster can be extremely aggressive in order to force an accident victim to accept as little money as possible. They routinely use tricks such as a recorded statement or offering a payoff before you know the full extent of your medical expenses.

Practice Areas: Car Accidents, Trucking Accidents. On the Job Injuries. Wrongful Death. Construction Accidents, Boating Accidents, Premises Liability. Contact Us

Successes Legal Disclaimer

The personal injury attorneys of our Law Office have provided the information on this site to help inform the public about the potential application of civil law to certain situations. The information contained in this website is not intended to help an individual make important legal decisions. An individual should only make a decision related to a legal case after consulting with an experienced and licensed attorney. Do not make any legal decisions based on information found on this or any other website. Furthermore, laws and statutes change on a regular basis and information or results mentioned on this website may be based on laws or statutes that are no longer current. Additionally, every case is slightly different and will have its own subtleties and variations, and every case is subject to subtleties imparted by way of nuances imposed by the jurisdiction in which the case takes place and other outside factors such as preexisting agreements including binding arbitration, waivers, insurance coverage stipulations and policy terms, etc.

Contacting the personal injury attorneys of our Law Office through this website does not constitute an attorney-client relationship. It is the policy of our law Office that an attorney-client relationship can only be established after a formal written engagement letter is endorsed by both the client and an officer of our Law Office. Any information transmitted through this website by submission of a contact form or by way of electronic email is not guaranteed to be secure and is not done so on a confidential basis.

Certain hyperlinks contained on this site may link to other websites including websites that are owned or operated by third parties unassociated with our Law Office. These hyperlinks are provided as a convenience whereby they may link the site visitor to a source of additional information. Our Law Office is not responsible for any of the content on any such site and is not responsible for any actions that may result from visiting such sites.

This Website and its contents are provided “AS IS” without warranty of any kind, either expressed or implied, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, or non-infringement.

Our Law Office makes every effort to comply with the ethical rules of advertising for the State of Texas. However, due to the nature of the internet, this information may be viewed in states where some aspect of this website is in conflict with that state’s ethical codes. Our Law Office does not wish to attract any potential client from any such state.

Reproduction, distribution, republication, and/or retransmission of material contained within our Law Office Website is prohibited unless the prior written permission of our Law Office has been obtained. Click on this link @

Our Attorneys Discuss the Causes of 18-Wheeler Accidents

Our Attorneys Discuss the Causes of 18-Wheeler Accidents

Surprisingly, many people often don’t consider 18-wheeler drivers to be at fault for accidents they might cause because the truck drivers are thought of as professional drivers. With their many miles and countless hours logged on the road, they should be counted among the safest of drivers.Truck Accident Attorneys

In a perfect world this would be true, but, as the bleak realities of trucking accidents prove, this is not a perfect world. As such, there are many ways in which trucking companies tend to encourage profits over safety in the trucking industry. The Texas 18-wheeler accident attorneys at our Law Offices can help you understand the causes of 18-wheeler accidents and what you can do should you have experienced such a traumatic event. More information here @

Like any company that relies on time and speed, trucking companies make more money if they can increase the amount of goods they transport and decrease the amount of time it takes them to ship their products to their final destination. Additionally, truckers are paid per mile, so if they can cover more than the average number of miles in a given day, they stand to make more than the average amount of salary for that time period. Even casual observers can see that this need for speed and efficiency has the potential to lead to problematic issues for the trucking industry, often resulting in negligent driving or truck companies that put the safety of their employees and the public at large beneath their need for profits. While legislators have provided rules and regulations to ensure that trucking companies are safely operated, this does not always prevent these companies from risking the lives of their employees or other innocent bystanders in the name of the almighty dollar. 
Click here for more information @

What Are Some Causes of 18-Wheeler Accidents?

With 20 years of experience in working 18-wheeler accident cases, the attorneys at our Law Offices possess the knowledge of a wide variety of causes of 18-wheeler accidents. Because of the size and speed of these trucks, these accidents can be devastating. Some of the following issues allow for negligent behavior to occur:

Drivers who continually exceed the speed limit in hopes of increasing their paycheck. 
Drivers that drive for too many hours and go over the federal recommendations for the amount of time they should drive per day. 
Improperly or untrained drivers that should not be on the road. 
Drivers without valid trucking licenses or those with terrible driving records. 
As another example of past negligence in trucking companies failing to maintain proper safety standards on their trucks, a study conducted by the Texas Department of Transportation during two summers revealed that one-fourth of all trucks inspected at certain checkpoints failed to meet their state-regulated safety protocols. These trucks were then decommissioned until they were brought into compliance.

Other causes of 18-wheeler accidents can include the following instances:

Improperly secured cargo or a trailer that is overloaded with cargo. 
Faulty brakes or other faulty mechanical parts of the truck. 
Driving while too tired to maintain proper attention to the road. 
Driving while intoxicated or under the influence of medication. 
Inattentive driving. 
Bad tires causing loss of control.