Category: Personal Injury Law

The cases described below are a representative list of past settlements and/or verdicts achieved since approximately 2000. All listed cases were resolved for a dollar amount of at least six figures and as high as eight figures. Past results include multiple cases resolved for over $1,000,000. Every case listed is an actual case. Details and specific settlement amounts are not included. In most cases, settlement agreements require that the details of the case and the settlement amount be kept confidential. Results in any case depend on the facts of the particular case.

Medical Malpractice

  • Failure to assess and diagnose post surgery respiratory depression; death
  • Failure to diagnose and treat TIA/stroke; paralysis
  • Failure to assess risk for and prevent fall; fractured hip, death
  • Failure to prevent and treat pressure/bed sore; death
  • Failure to treat complications of meningitis; stroke, blindness
  • Failure to prevent and treat heparin/blood thinner overdose; death
  • Failure to evaluate and treat chest pain and/or coronary artery disease; death
  • Failure to diagnose and treat pneumonia; death
  • Failure to assess, diagnose and treat hypertension; stroke, quadriparesis
  • Failure to assess, diagnose and treat brain bleed; death
  • Failure to diagnose and treat small bowel obstruction; death
  • Failure to diagnose and treat nicked bowel that resulted during surgery to remove gallbladder; peritonitis, death
  • Failure to diagnose and treat meningitis; brain damage
  • Failure to diagnose and treat meningitis; death
  • Failure to properly position valve in tracheotomy; suffocation, death
  • Failure to prevent and treat aspiration of quadriplegic patient; death

Throughout the years, we have handled auto / truck collisions, premises liability, and construction site incidents that have resulted in significant injury or death.

Personal Injury from Negligence

  • Truck driver failed to control speed coming up on a traffic jam; significant bone loss in leg with impending amputation
  • Truck driver, drunk, fell asleep while behind on a delivery suddenly jack-knifed on a bridge; multiple disfiguring and disabling injuries
  • Truck driver failed to control speed and load around a dangerous turn; death
  • Negligent bicycle repair; broken back and wrist

Our Dallas Law Offices specializes in complex personal injury and wrongful death litigation. We are board certified attorneys with over 30 years of experience specializing in personal injury trial law throughout Texas. The Firm carries the highest “AV Rating” for legal ability in Martindale-Hubbell, determined by their peers. Our firm frequently receives referrals from former clients and referring attorneys who were satisfied with their results.

  • We have 30 years of experience in Wrongful Death,
  • Auto/Trucking Accidents, Premises Liability, & Medical Malpractice.

What Does it mean to be a Board Certifed Attorney?

In Texas, a Board Certified Attorney is an attorney who has demonstrated special competence in a particular field in which the Texas Board of Legal Specialization has certified their competence beyond a general license to practice law. In order to qualify for certification in Personal Injury Trial Law, the Board requires, among other things, that the attorney have experience handling a wide variety of personal injury trial law matters, has been evaluated by fellow lawyers and judges, and has passed a day-long additional written examination. Our attorneys have been Board Certified since 1983, and has served as  preparers and graders of the Personal Injury Trial Law Exam for the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.