If you, your friend or a family member has suffered a serious personal injury, you should call our law firm. Ross Sears is board certified in Personal Injury law, by the Texas State Board of Legal Specialization. Less than 5% of all attorneys in the state of Texas are Board Certified. For 28 years, we have helped clients recover damages they have suffered as a result of personal injury. These claims include 18 wheeler collisions, car wrecks, on the job injuries, injuries sustained while on someone else’s property (apartment complexes, shopping malls, office buildings, etc), plan explosions, fires, defective products and other events causing serious personal injury and death. If you have suffered personal injury, or other injuries or damages, we will make sure you get the just compensation that you deserve.
In serious personal injury cases, clients often become overwhelmed by the loss of income and the ongoing pain and suffering they are enduring as a result of the injury causing incident. We help our clients recover their lost wages, their medical bills, and ensure that they are adequately compensated for their mental anguish as well as pain and suffering from a serious personal injury incident and need immediate help. We are here to help. We have represented clients who have suffered damages including: brain injuries, death, paralysis, burns, and all other forms of personal injury losses as a result of events caused by the negligence of someone else. If you or someone you know are suffering from any personal injury losses, we will help make sure that you are taken care of and that your needs are met. Call us immediately so that we can begin helping you in this process. Often times in cases like these, there is important evidence, like video footage, black box data, dashcam video recordings, chest cam recordings, etc. that require immediate attention to make sure that these forms of evidence are not deleted or destroyed. So, if you have suffered a significant personal injury, contact us immediately so that we can begin handling your case and preserve the critical evidence.