Sexual Assault Lawyers in Houston

Were You Assaulted in Houston? Our Firm Is Here to Help.

If you are a victim of sexual assault, you may be facing a double injustice. The physical and psychological wounds you have suffered from the attack may never fully heal, and while your attacker may have to answer to criminal charges, this will not compensate you for the medical treatment, counseling, and emotional scars you may bear for years to come.

At Fibich, Leebron, Copeland & Briggs, our Houston personal injury lawyers believe that sexual assault victims are entitled to aggressive legal representation. Our firm is ready to stand by your side throughout every step of the process, helping you fight for the fair and adequate compensation you so rightfully deserve, so please don't wait to call.

Call us now at (713) 999-3681 to schedule your free consultation. We accept weekend and evening appointments and speak Spanish to accommodate our diverse clientele.

Property Owners Have a Responsibility to Protect You

Sexual assault injury cases are often premises liability cases. Property owners have a responsibility to ensure that parking lots, ramps, stairwells, and other out-of-the-way places on their property are adequately lit and secured to prevent violent attacks. If you were injured under these circumstances, it is your right to pursue a personal injury claim.

Hold Perpetrators Responsible for Their Actions

Anyone could become a sexual predator, but people in positions of authority are more inclined to take advantage of those in their charge. Unfortunately, this sometimes means that people entrusted with our care become predators rather than trusted mentors or supporters.

When someone is in a position of authority over others, either in the workplace, at school, or in a residence, they may feel as if they can manipulate or overpower their subordinates. People who commit sexual assault often think the victim will be too ashamed or embarrassed to tell anyone and they may even make an effort to encourage those fears. Sexual predators may threaten their victims, tell them that nobody will believe them, or try to play off the whole ordeal as if it was unimportant. In any case, if you or someone you love was abused, you have a right to speak out and seek justice.

Sexual assault perpetrators can take many forms, including:

  • Doctors
  • Coaches
  • Bosses
  • Teachers or Professors
  • Pastors or Priests
  • Babysitters
  • Neighbors

Those responsible for sexual assault crimes, of any magnitude, can and should be held responsible for the damage they cause. Because of their position of authority over their victims, most sexual predators feel entitled or above the law. Thankfully, our sexual assault attorneys have the experience and knowledge necessary to persecute perpetrators to the fullest extent of the law.

Our team firmly believes that individuals who take advantage of their students, subordinates, or patients should face serious repercussions for their wrongdoing. We understand how difficult it can be to come forward and speak out against your abuser, which is why we want to provide you with the voice you need to seek justice and fair compensation.

More Than a Century of Collective Trial Experience

Our Houston sexual assault attorneys have decades of trial experience, and have developed a reputation for excellence among our peers and clients. Attorneys Russ Briggs and Jay Henderson are Board Certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in personal injury trial law, while Tommy Fibich is Board Certified in civil trial law by the same organization. We seek out and open every avenue to help you get the monetary damages you are entitled to.

Obtain the Justice You Deserve

Make sure you obtain the justice you are entitled to after suffering a sexual assault. Contact our offices in Houston, Texas to consult with our sexual assault lawyers and learn more about our successful cases and how we can help you fight for fair compensation. The consultation is free, confidential, and we handle all personal injury cases on contingency.

If you do not obtain money in a settlement or jury verdict, you will not pay any fees.