Consumer law can be viewed as you having bought or leased goods or services that you are not satisfied with. Whether it is a car you bought, an insurance policy you are trying to exercise or you being subjected to illegal debt collection tactics, you should seek the help of a consumer lawyer. Such causes of action can include but are not limited to:

  • Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act (DTPA)
  • Texas Insurance Code
  • Manufactured Housing Standards Act
  • Texas and Federal Debt Collection Act
  • Express and Implied Warranty Claims
  • Common Law claims like Wrongful Handling of a Corpse
  • Various other state and federal consumer protection statutes, including Magnuson-Moss


Personal Injury is an area of practice that can be summed up as those causes of action arising out of personal injuries or death suffered as the result of the fault of another. Such causes of action can include but are not limited to: 

  • Negligence
  • Negligence Per Se
  • Negligent Entrustment
  • Gross Negligence
  • Jones Act
  • Medical Malpractice
  • Premises Liability
  • Products Liability
  • Wrongful Death
  • Assault Battery

Examples of personal injury:

  • Auto, Boat, ATV Crashes
  • 18 Wheeler / Commercial Carrier Crashes
  • Railroad Crashes
  • Airplane and Helicopter Crashes
  • Maritime Injuries
  • On-the-job injuries
  • Dangerous Products including Pharmaceuticals and Medical Devices
  • Medical Mistakes
  • Dangerous Premises
  • Animal Attacks  

If you have been injured by someone else or injured by a product you believe to have been defective, it is important to start pursuing your matter early. Evidence needs to be preserved. Legal deadlines usually start when damage occurs. Simply, it is imperative to file your lawsuit on time.

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Employment Law

We are available to anyone who feels they have suffered illegal treatment from their employer. We will take the time to learn about your specific situation and advise accordingly. We will stand by your side to right your employer's wrongs.   

We handle cases involving but not limited to the following:

Examples of possible illegal acts by an employer:

  • Not paying you overtime
  • Asking you to perform an illegal act or be fired
  • Sexually harassing you
  • Discriminating against you because of your gender, race, religion, disability or age
  • Firing and failing to rehire you for serving on a jury
  • Not allowing you time off when you are sick or a family member is sick