Working for justice, one client at a time

  • No pressure to continue beyond the consult
  • Consultation is 100 percent free of charge
  • Work with an experienced legal specialist

Awards & Recognitions


  • $3,000,000

    Defective car
    seat injury

  • $2,500,000

    Auto Defect resulting
    in death

  • $3,000,000

    defective prescription

  • $1,600,000

    Motorcycle injury

Recent Case Results


Defective Car Seat Injury


Auto Defect resulting in death


defective prescription


Motorcycle injury

1 Step 1
Need Help?

Free Case Review

Nameyour full name
Phoneyour full name
Briefly describe your casemore details
0 /
FormCraft - WordPress form builder

Related Articles

Man dies in an accident after trying to flee a car crash


Officers have identified a man that was reported to be in a hit-and-run accident, only to have hit a house trying to flee the scene.

The driver who was in a hit-and-run accident was identified as Gaylon Moore, 39-years-old, who crashed into a Fort Worth home Friday afternoon.

With him, was a 6-year-old boy in the fatal car accident. The child was held safely in a child safety seat and did not suffer serious injuries.

Moore was driving northbound on Southwest Boulevard after being involved at a car crash on the bridge over W. Vickery Boulevard.

Investigators say that Moore was attempting to flee the accident. Moore drove across the grass median that separates the main lanes from the service road. There, he struck a fire hydrate where he lost control and crossed into the 6900 block of Culver Avenue. Moore's vehicle struck part of the house garage and into the homeowner's parked car on the driveway.

The home's owner Leslie Brammer, said she felt the impact and that the black station wagon was mangled and upside down in her garage. There, Brammer saw the boy in his car seat and comforted him until police arrived.

Source: Fox News, "Man who died allegedly fleeing Ft. Worth accident scene identified," Staff, November 15, 2013