Injured in Houston?"Personal injury" refers to the area of law that seeks to protect victims who sustain bodily injury due to the negligence of another person or entity. Selecting which attorney will handle your personal injury case is an important decision. An incompetent personal injury attorney representing your case can lead either to missed settlement opportunities, acceptance of less than what the case is worth, or a defeat at trial.
Our law firm consists of experienced trial lawyers who are fully qualified to provide you with a realistic evaluation of your claim. In fact, Haroen Calehr was recognized as the “Peoples’ Lawyer” in the area of Personal Injury in the March 2005 edition of “H Texas Magazine” for his zealous representation of the underdog and is assigned to work on each and every case that is filed, including taking the case all the way to Jury Trial. You do not have to worry about incompetent attorneys at CALEHR & ASSOCIATES.
Types of Personal Injury Cases We HandleThe types of personal injury cases we handle include: automobile accidents, motorcycle accidents, drunk driving accidents, auto-pedestrian accidents, electrocution, premises liability, trucking accidents, train accidents, aviation/airplane disasters, catastrophic accidents, boating accidents, bicycle accidents, bus accidents, construction accidents, defective products, toxic torts, work related injuries, limb amputations, paraplegia, brain injury cases, serious dog attacks, spinal cord injury, traumatic brain injury, burn injuries, amputation injuries, sexual molestation, sexual abuse, and any other serious personal injury.
CALEHR & ASSOCIATES handles almost the entire gamut of personal injury law. Our attorneys have experience representing insurance companies and their insured’s. Accordingly, we have insider knowledge of the litigation tactics used by insurance companies and their lawyers, and we use this knowledge to our advantage in obtaining maximum recoveries for our clients.
We handle all plaintiffs’ personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis. In other words, if there is no recovery, there is no fee.