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  • 8 Mar. 2017

    The 5 Most Dangerous Occupations in Houston

    Posted By Fibich, Leebron, Copeland & Briggs

    Houston is a bustling hub of commerce and commercial activity, which is great for the region and for the many people who benefit from a healthy job market. Because much of this rich business environment is hinged on heavy industry, however, jobs in the Houston area can be dangerous. In fact, Houston sees thousands of workplace injuries and deaths each year. At Fibich, Leebron, Copeland & ...
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  • 16 Oct. 2015

    Large Scaffolding Accident in Houston Traps Victims

    Posted By Fibich, Leebron, Copeland & Briggs

    At about 11 A.M. on Friday, October 16 th, 2015, a scaffolding accident occurred at a construction site at an apartment building located at 300 Crawford at Commerce in Houston, Texas. The collapse resulted in large metal pieces falling on the pavement located below the apartment building. Reports state that several individuals were and may still be trapped under the debris. Several victims have ...
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  • 5 Mar. 2015

    OSHA's Fatal Four: Deadly Construction Accidents

    Posted By Fibich, Leebron, Copeland & Briggs

    While there is potential for serious injuries to occur in many different industries, one of the most dangerous is the construction industry. Due to ongoing projects and an increase in new construction, construction sites are arising all over the nation and more workers are entering the industry. Unfortunately, this translates to more risk and more potential accidents. All it takes is a glance at ...
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Advantages of Working with Board Certified Attorneys

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.