Dealing with an injury or the death of a loved one can be frustrating and even frightening. Victims often feel overwhelmed and alone.
Houston personal injury lawyer Thomas H. Burton III is a tenacious advocate for injury victims and their families in Harris County and throughout Texas. He understands the difficulties victims face and ensures their needs are addressed.
As a former insurance defense attorney, Attorney Burton has a unique perspective on injury cases. He understands and anticipates defense strategies and how to defeat them. Above all, he is not intimidated by powerful insurance companies and their teams of lawyers. He has the knowledge and skill to take them to court and to prevail.
The firm handles a wide range of injury cases:
Please see the firm's frequently asked questions about personal injury.
Attorney Burton believes every client deserves a personal injury attorney dedicated to their best interests. Contact Burton Law Firm online or at (713) 489-4997, day or night, to see how he can help with your injury or wrongful death claim.
The firm offers a free initial consultation and takes most injury cases on a contingency-fee basis, which means clients pay nothing unless Tom Burton recovers on their claim.
It is in your best interests to provide only your contact information to an insurance company until you consult with a lawyer. The more significant your injuries, the more imperative it becomes to seek legal counsel before providing any statement.
About 95 percent of personal injury cases filed settle prior to trial.
Pain and suffering includes harm caused by physical injury and mental anguish experienced through avoiding activities you engaged in prior to your accident and the potential of surgery.
Every case addresses three issues:
An experienced personal injury lawyer reviews and interprets your case information to determine the appropriate value for your claim:
The goal is fair and adequate compensation for your injury and an experienced attorney will know what a reasonable jury would award. The strength of lay and expert witness testimony will likely influence the amount.