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  • 29 Jun. 2017

    Toy Accidents & Injuries: Understanding Victims' Rights

    Posted By Fibich, Leebron, Copeland & Briggs

    Children’s toys can serve many purposes, and provide our kids with enjoyment, education, and even training for their lives in society. While toys are generally loved by children of all ages, they can also pose substantial dangers. In fact, toy-related injuries have increased significantly over recent years, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission: Toy-related injuries rose by ...
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  • 26 Jun. 2017

    Fires: Reducing Risks & Understanding Your Rights

    Posted By Fibich, Leebron, Copeland & Briggs

    Fires are a leading cause of injury, death, and property damage in the U.S. In fact, statistics from the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) speak to how serious and prevalent the problem is: In 2015, fire departments in the U.S. responded to over 1,345,500 fires nationwide. These fires caused nearly 3,300 fatalities and more than 15,700 injuries to civilians, as well as 68 deaths and more ...
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  • 14 Jun. 2017

    Serious Car Accidents: When Is the Time to Call a Lawyer?

    Posted By Fibich, Leebron, Copeland & Briggs

    Car accidents can be scary events, and you may be left injured and unable to return to life as you knew it. After a serious car accident, you will need to deal with insurance companies to receive the compensation you deserve for your injuries. You don’t need to face insurance companies alone, however. An experienced car accident attorney can help you fight for compensation and will guide you ...
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Our firm is proud to have three lawyers on our team who are board certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. Tommy Fibich is a board certified civil trial law specialist, and Russell Briggs and Jay Henderson are board certified personal injury trial law specialists. Board certification is a great honor-in fact-only 10% of practicing attorneys in the state have earned the right to be publicly recognized as certified specialists in their respective fields.