Your landlord does nothing about the barking dog next door. You slip and fall on a patch of ice in a parking lot. You are rear-ended on the freeway. Everyday disputes like these could be the...
In Houston, pipefitters are an integral part of residential and commercial construction projects. These highly specialized workers assemble, install, and maintain the pipe systems in steam, lubricating, heating, cooling, and processing systems. So, in addition to the normal safety hazards at many busy construction sites, pipefitters risk burns and other injuries related to the nature of their work.
As outlined below, when pipefitters get hurt, they are entitled to substantial benefits. However, the insurance company does not simply give these benefits away, mostly because the workers’ compensation fund is seriously undercapitalized.
In legal language, negligence, personal injury, malpractice, and similar claims fall under the umbrella of “tort law.” But have you ever heard of a “toxic tort?” If you live near an oil and gas or chemical facility, perhaps you should know more about this important cause of action.
Fraud is unfortunately a common experience for U.S. businesses; in fact, one 2009 survey estimated that 88% of companies have been impacted by fraud at some point. Small businesses are particularly vulnerable to fraud and are more severely affected when it does occur.
Regardless of the circumstances your Houston business has faced, the Houston business fraud attorneys at Williams Hart want you to know that you have options if you have been stolen from, misled, or defrauded in any way. Our experienced team of Houston commercial litigation lawyers may work tirelessly on your behalf to recover what you have lost.
Securities litigation is a highly specialized area of practice that encompasses financial business investments in a variety of industries, including manufacturing, technology, aerospace, healthcare, retail, entertainment, accounting, and banking.
When your investments take a hard hit, it can be devastating for the future of you and your family, especially if you are nearing retirement age. While the market naturally rises and falls, the unethical actions of companies or individuals may have contributed to your investments vanishing almost overnight. Fortunately, the law is on your side, there are a number of federal statutes and regulations to protect investors, which may give you the legal basis to submit a claim aimed at recovering your financial losses.