Determined Advocates Seeking Compensation for Injured Children
When your child falls down or gets hurt while playing with friends, you do everything in your power to make things better quickly. But what can you do when your child is involved in a more severe accident? What steps can you take when you are facing large medical bills and long-term recovery for your child?
Our lawyers are skilled personal injury litigators who know how to handle the special aspects that arise in claims for accidents involving children. With over a decade of experience, attorneys have the knowledge and skill required to aggressively advocate on your child’s behalf.
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Special Considerations for Accidents Involving Children Due to Negligence
Personal injury accident claims involving children are handled differently than when an adult is injured. The biggest difference is that certain laws do not apply to children. For instance, contributory negligence laws state that children under the age of seven do not have the ability to meet the standard of contributory negligence, while children between the ages of seven and 14 can potentially be held liable for their actions that contributed to the accident.
We understand which laws apply to which situations and will work to fully prepare a case to support your child’s claims based on those laws.
Skillfully Preparing Your Child’s Claim for Settlement and Trial
Our attorneys prepare every case for trial. This focused preparation allows us to be ready for any potential resolution of your child’s personal injury claim, ranging from negotiations and settlement to trial. We will compile all medical records, speak to any witnesses, and use experts such as pediatric physicians to obtain an opinion on how or if this injury will affect your child in the future. We will then bring this information to your insurance company to seek maximum compensation for your child.
Often, insurance companies will seek settlement of accident claims involving children. However, settlement of these cases always requires approval of a judge. Before signing a release of the settlement, a judge must conduct a pro AMI hearing where the court inquires into the facts of the case, the extent of the injuries, and the proposed settlement. The judge will then only approve the settlement if he or she believes it is in the best interests of your child.
Contact Our Firm To Seek Financial Compensation for Your Child’s Injuries
If your child has been injured in an accident caused by someone else’s negligence in Texas, contact our firm. We offer free initial consultations.
Dog attacks are vicious and can cause serious or even fatal injuries. Often, these attacks cause terror in their victim, resulting in emotional and physical scarring.
Dog attacks can be particularly scary for children and the cosmetic damage caused can be particularly damaging to their self-esteem. All dog owners have a duty to protect the public from their animals, even if the animal is not considered vicious.
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At our law firm, we hold negligent dog owners liable for injuries caused by their pets. We aggressively pursue full compensation for our clients to help them recover for medical expenses, reconstructive surgery, scar removal or revision, mental health counseling, lost wages, pain and suffering and other forms of available compensation.
If you have been injured by a dog bite, contact an experienced personal injury attorney by send us an e-mail.
Dog Bites in Texas
In Texas, you must prove specific enumerated facts to recover for a dog bite. When a defendant owns a dog that is classified as a “dangerous breed,” it is easier to recover damages. However, if the dog that attacked you is not defined as a “dangerous breed,” you must prove evidence establishing that the owner knew or should have known of their dog’s dangerous propensity.
Our attorneys know the requirements necessary to prove liability for dog attacks and have helped many clients recover for the injuries they sustained. If you or a loved one has suffered injuries from a dog bite, we encourage you to contact our law office for assistance.
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If you have been injured while on the property of another person or business, you may have a basis for financial recovery. Property owners have a legal duty to supervise their property and maintain it in a safe condition for others.
When people are injured as a result of slip and fall accidents, dog attacks, electrocution, falling objects or other dangerous property condition, they have a right to recover for their injuries if a property owner has been negligent. Such claims are called premises liability clams, because the owner of the property is held liable for any unsafe conditions on their property.
If you have been injured and need to speak with an Texas personal injury attorney about a slip and fall accident or other premises liability claim, our attorneys can help. Our firm represents clients throughout Texas who have been injured by the negligence and wrongdoing of others.
If retained to handle your case, we will fully investigate the facts of your case to determine if you have grounds for financial recovery. We will aggressively seek the compensation you need and deserve.
We will ask the tough questions to prove your premises liability claim. Our inquiry includes such topics as:
- Did the property owner look for hazards?
- How long did the hazard exist?
- Was regular maintenance performed on the property?
- Did the owner have a policy to protect the public?
- Was adequate lighting provided in hallways and stairwells?
- Were spills timely cleaned?
- Were repairs made quickly after discovery?
- What steps did they take to prevent accidents?
To Contact with a personal injury lawyer at our firm about a slip and fall accident or other premises liability claim, contact us by e-mail.