Defending Your Interests In Negligence Actions

To prevail on a common law negligence claim, a plaintiff must be able to prove three elements: (1) a legal duty owed by one person to another; (2) a breach of that duty; and (3) damage proximately caused by the breach. The threshold issue in negligence claims, therefore, is whether the person who has caused you damage owed you a legal duty to not cause the damage. This issue may be easy to resolve, as in the case of being hit from behind by a vehicle, or it may be more complicated, as in the case of whether a landlord took sufficient safety measures to protect you from a criminal who entered your premises. If you have been injured, all avenues of recovery should be explored.

Led by founding lawyer, Robert J. Kruckemeyer, our team has achieved positive results in personal injury and negligence cases ranging from cerebral palsy victims to traffic accidents. As a seasoned litigator with more than 30 years of experience, Mr. Kruckemeyer has obtained millions of dollars for victims of negligence and has saved clients millions of dollars in claims, settlements and verdicts.

Discuss your negligence matters with a skilled legal professional when you call 713-364-0148.

Streamlining The Legal Process To Limit Your Time In Court

We have a deep understanding of legal procedures and case law, which we use to create efficient litigation strategies. Should your case require additional support, we leverage our professional relationships with area experts. From medical specialists to accident recreation experts to structural engineers and others, we go to great lengths to build an effective legal team.

Our firm represents clients in negligence actions, including:

  • Car, truck and motor vehicle accident claims
  • Medical malpractice
  • Products liability claims
  • Premises liability
  • Professional liability lawsuits
  • Construction accidents

Robert Kruckemeyer's extensive experience in personal injury matters allows him to achieve positive results in negotiations or at trial. Whether you prefer to settle matters out of court or seek to present your case before a judge, our attorneys are qualified to pursue either course of action.

Consult With Us Before You Take Action

Feeling pressured to sign a settlement agreement? Before you agree to terms, consult with our lawyers. You can reach us easily, and we respond quickly to client questions. Please email our Houston office or call 713-364-0148 to connect with us today.