Personal Injury Attorney in Spring, Texas
More Than $100 Million Recovered in Verdicts & SettlementsWhen it comes to finding the right personal injury attorney, you need someone with the skill, compassion, and dedication to truly help. At the Law Office of Daniel D. Horowitz, III PC, we provide legal advocacy back by $100 million in successful verdicts and settlements. Let us put this experience to work for your case! If you sustained an injury in a serious accident, we can help you fight for the compensation you deserve. We never settle for less than what our clients’ need, so contact us today to schedule your first consultation with a Spring personal injury lawyer from our law firm.
- Our firm has recovered more than $200 million in verdicts and settlements.
- Our founding lawyer is Board Certified in Personal Injury Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.
- Texas Super Lawyers honors.
- Top 40 under 40 from the National Trial Lawyers.
- Reich Chandler Outstanding Advocate Award.
Our Personal Injury Practice Areas
The term “personal injury” applies to any serious injury caused by no fault of the victim. Personal injuries can range from head injuries, to broken bones or debilitating paralysis injuries. It doesn’t matter what type of accident caused your injury; if your damages were the result of someone else’s carelessness or negligence, you may have a personal injury claim. Our firm is prepared to handle virtually any type of personal injury case.
Some common forms types of personal injury accidents are:
- Car Accidents
- Truck Accidents
- Catastrophic Injuries
- Oil & Gas Field Accidents
- Crane Operating Injuries
- Wrongful Death
Proving Fault in Your Personal Injury Case
Personal injury claims and lawsuits depend on one the legal concept of liability. In short, a person or entity is liable for your damages when their actions (or failure to act) causes your accident and subsequent injuries. Proving liability involves these three elements:
- Duty of Care – The defendant was responsible for your well-being in some capacity.
- Negligence – The defendant acted carelessly and neglected his / her duty of care.
- Proximate Cause – The defendant’s negligence is directly responsible for your damages.
Contact Our Spring Personal Injury Attorney Today
If you sustained an injury, speak with a member of our legal team today. We’re ready to put our knowledge and experience to work for your case, so contact our office now to set up a free consultation with us. During your risk-free case review, we can help you understand your legal options and rights, so you can make the best decision for the future of your case.