Cases Handled by The Callahan Law Firm
Our personal injury lawyers at The Callahan Law Firm in Houston have obtained significant settlements and jury verdicts for their clients. However, Rule 7.02 of the Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct regulates whether and how attorneys may disclose to potential clients past settlements or jury verdict results.
Below is a list of certain cases the firm is currently handling, as well as some of the cases our personal injury lawyers in Houston have successfully handled over the years. A list of actual cases successfully handled since 1994 would total in the hundreds.
Date: May 2017
Plaintiff was struck by a forklift while working on the dock at a Port of Houston facility suffering a fracture of his left tibia and fibula. Fractures were surgically repaired – open reduction, internal fixation. Jury trial – verdict for the Plaintiff in the amount of $1,662,500.00.
Date: April 2015
Plaintiffs sustained respiratory injuries from exposure to hydrogen sulfide while working on an oil well owned and operated by Dee-Jay. Jury trial – verdict for the Plaintiffs in the amount of $1,500,000.00.
Date: October 2018
Plaintiff sustained a neck injury as a result of a collision involving a tractor-trailer. As a result, he underwent a cervical fusion and was unable to return to his previous occupation. Case settled for a confidential amount.
Rig crew’s negligence crushed oil field worker’s lower leg causing permanent nerve damage. Complex Regional Pain Syndrome / Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (CRPS/RSD).
Forklift operator negligently backed into co-worker causing severe crush injuries to the lower leg. Fasciotomy.
Drunk driver crashes into the mother’s car causing fatal injuries to a 9-year-old girl and seriously injuring two other child passengers and mother.
The insurance company refused to pay the homeowner’s fire claim.
Rig crew supervisor’s gross negligence resulted in the death of 27-year-old oil field worker, father of three.
A defective electronic device manufactured in China burns down the family’s home.
Reckless road blockade caused a crash resulting in substantial, permanent brain damage to two young men, ages 19 and 20.