Our personal injury lawyers will fight for justice for you
You've suffered a personal injury or loss and it's someone else's fault. You're in pain and are now faced with mounting medical bills and other expenses. What can you do? You can call us. The attorneys at Tracey & Fox are experienced in all types of personal injury claims and can help you seek financial compensation.
Someone else was negligent, but you paid the price for it. That's not right. So we do something about it. Some of the personal injury cases we handle include:
- Assault Cases
- Premises Liability
- Daycare Facility Injuries
- Catastrophic Injury
- Wrongful Death
- Security Negligence
- Hunting Accidents
- E-Cigarette Injuries
People can suffer a wide range of injuries, some more serious than others. They can include cuts and bruises, concussions and broken bones. Or injuries to the neck or spine, or traumatic brain injury. But if they were caused by someone else's negligence, that person should be held responsible.
How we take action
Each case is different, and the amount of compensation you can receive will depend on the details of what happened to you. We'll consider past and future medical bills related to your injury. We'll also factor in any lost wages and loss of earning capacity. You may also be able to seek damages for pain and suffering, as well as punitive damages. Our goal is simple. It's to get you the maximum compensation possible.
We take a deliberate approach to cases and leave no stone unturned. We'll learn all the details of what happened to you and review all the evidence. We'll talk to witnesses. If necessary, we'll bring in experts. We take this approach because it gets results. We've recovered hundreds of millions of dollars for injury victims and their families.
And you don't owe us a penny unless we win. Our firm will pay the expenses of moving your case forward. We focus on holding the negligent parties responsible so you can focus on getting better.
Trust us to tackle your case
Our detailed, hands-on approach to cases has earned us a reputation among insurance companies and commercial defendants. They know we know how to build a strong case. They know we'll be prepared to fight it in court and that we'll have a good chance of winning. Many times, they agree to a settlement that's right for our clients.
The legal process can be challenging and overwhelming. But we can help you successfully navigate it to reach a successful resolution. Our managing partner, Sean Tracey, is a specialist in personal injury and civil trial law. And our firm has a team of attorneys that are highly qualified and experienced with personal injury cases.
If someone physically attacks you, that is a crime. But you may also be able to pursue a personal injury claim against the person who attacked you. An assault is basically a threat. A person expresses an intention to harm you. When the person actually harms you, it is called battery.
In assault cases where there was battery, you may have suffered an injury that required medical attention. You may be able to file a civil action to recover medical expenses, loss of wages and other damages. Assault cases also include incidents of sexual assault.
Nobody has the right to assault you and cause you harm. These cases can be complicated. An experience attorney can review your case and explain your options to you.
When you enter someone else's property as a guest or a customer, the property owner or operator has a responsibility to make sure the premises are safe. If you are injured on the property because this responsibility was not met, you may be able to seek financial compensation.
Some examples of premises liability claims include slipping and falling on a wet floor, getting injured on an amusement park ride and tripping on a damaged sidewalk. There are many other examples. The injuries can range from cuts and bruises to broken bones to a traumatic brain injury.
It must be established that the property owner or operator was at fault for the hazard that led to your accident. This can be challenging, but our experienced personal injury attorneys are skilled at proving negligence.
When parents leave a child at a daycare facility, they trust staff members to keep their child safe. It is frightening to hear their child has been hurt in an accident. And it makes them angry when they learn the accident could have been prevented.
The leading cause of daycare accidents is negligence. Staff members and teachers fail to properly care or supervise the children in their facility. Children are naturally curious, and when left unsupervised will explore. But they have no concept of what is safe and what isn't. Their curiosity can lead to an accident that results in cuts, broken bones, choking, a spinal cord injury or traumatic brain injury.
The attorneys at Tracey & Fox can help establish that the daycare facility and its staff were negligent and help you take action against them.
Some accidents result in very serious, or catastrophic injuries. In short, a catastrophic injury is one that affects your daily life permanently. Your ability to work and take care of your family is not the same. The medical care you require is extremely expensive.
There are different types of catastrophic injuries. Injuries to the spinal cord affect movement and can lead to paralysis. Traumatic brain injury can affect a person's memory, speech, cognitive ability, movement and sensation. Other examples include amputated limbs and severe burns.
We will work to hold negligent parties responsible. Our attorneys will seek the maximum compensation possible. This can include medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, emotional distress and loss of enjoyment in life.
The sudden or unexpected loss of a loved one is a very painful experience. If your loved one's death was caused by someone else's negligent, reckless or careless actions, you may be able to seek financial compensation for your loss.
Common accidents that result in wrongful death include car accidents, construction accidents, boating accidents and oil rig accidents. In Texas, surviving spouses, children and parents of the deceased have grounds to file a wrongful death claim. Compensation can be sought for burial/funeral expenses, medical expenses, mental anguish, loss of consortium and punitive damages.
Money won't bring your loved one back. But it can help you seek justice and hold the negligent person responsible. And it can give you the financial means to move forward as you adjust to your loss.
Under Texas law, owners of buildings and properties have certain legal responsibilities with regard to the safety of their premises. One of the responsibilities of all landlords is to provide adequate security measures to prevent any foreseeable intrusions or criminal activity. When these measures aren't taken, people can be attacked and injured.
A negligent security lawsuit can be brought if a person is attacked at an apartment complex, parking garage or shopping mall, as well as other residential and public properties. There may have been unsecured entrances, poor lighting or a lack of trained security personnel.
An experienced personal injury attorney can establish that the owner was negligent in providing adequate security and that it led to an attack that resulted in your injury.
Hunting is a popular pastime for many Texas residents, but it's also a potentially dangerous one. You may have been injured in a firearm accident or hurt due to dangerous conditions on the property where you were hunting. Or a hunting partner or guide may have taken some negligent action that caused you to be seriously hurt.
The hunting accident attorneys at Tracey & Fox know how to hold the people responsible for hunting accidents available, whether that's the manufacturer of a defective piece of equipment, the owner or manager of a property, or any other negligent party. We'll help you get the medical care you need and pursue full and fair compensation for your injuries.