Case Results

The following are brief results of some of the Houston personal injury cases our firm has taken on. Please keep in mind that these results are not meant to indicate a similar outcome for your situation, nor are they a complete listing of our results. We invite you to contact our firm with any questions you may have during a free, no-obligation consultation.


Auto Accident: Excessive Drinking – May 2012

The family of a woman killed in a drunken driving accident came to us for help after the woman’s death. The woman was a passenger in a car whose driver was served an excessive amount of alcohol at a bar. The driver became drunk and swerved into oncoming traffic, killing the young woman. We were able to obtain a $500,000 settlement for the family.


Auto Accident – January 2012

Our client, while driving his car, was hit by a cement truck which had run a red light. Our client was displeased with their original counsel since no work was done on his case for six months. We took over the case and obtained a settlement in the amount of $187,000 for our client and his son.


Defective Product Injury – December 2011

Our client suffered scarring to his face when the protective mask he was wearing during a softball game was struck by a softball and shattered. Even though the physical injury was not severe and the medical expenses were minimal, we were able to get our client a $27,000 settlement due to the mask being improperly constructed.


Auto Accident – November 2011

Our client was struck by another driver while driving his car. Although he sustained no broken bones, he suffered lingering pain to his neck, arms and back as a result. We were able to get our client a $30,000 settlement.


School Bus Accident – October 2010

Our client was rear ended by a school bus and suffered a number of injuries, including a head laceration and head trauma. We obtained a $40,000 settlement for our client.


Auto Accident and Resulting Heart Problems – May 2010

Our client was hit by another driver, causing the aggravation of our client’s preexisting heart condition which subsequently led to a heart attack. Although the defendant’s insurance company offered less than $1,000, we were able to get our client a settlement of over $52,000.