The Lassiter Law Firm is a Personal Injury Law Firm in Houston, Texas that represents clients throughout the state of Texas, including the Houston Metroplex, DFW Metroplex, Galveston, Corpus Christi, Austin, & San Antonio.
Over the last twenty plus years The Lassiter Law Firm has helped thousands of clients injured due to not fault of their own seek proper compensation for injuries sustained during an accident. The experienced legal team of James Lassiter and Timothy McHale offer Free Consultations, plus home and hospital visits seven days a week.
Below is a quick outline of the types of personal injury cases the law firm accepts. For a complete list click here.
Car Accident: It happens in an instant, but recovery can take a long time and may never be complete. If you have been injured in a motor vehicle accident including a rollover accident, drunk driving accident, motorcycle accident or uninsured motorist accident, we can help.
18 Wheeler/Truck Accidents: Insurance liability and federal and state regulations for an 18-wheeler/truck accident can be complex and require extensive investigation. Our Lawyers have the experience to help you recover money for your injuries or for the wrongful death of a loved one.
Industrial Accidents: In industrial and construction accidents, including explosions, there may be third-party (subcontractor or equipment manufacturer, for example) liability that can compensate you for injuries.
Premises Liability/Products Liability: When dangerous premises or dangerous products cause an accident with injuries, you may have a claim against the owner of the premises or the manufacturer of the product. We also represent those with pharmaceutical liability claims.
Wrongful Death: If you lost a loved one in a fatal accident caused by someone else’s negligence, we can help you and your family through the wrongful death claims process.
Catastrophic Injuries: The greater the extent of your injuries, including brain and spinal cord injuries, the more you need legal representation that understands catastrophic injuries, current and future medical needs and the art of accident investigation.