Houston Personal Injury Attorneys
One-On-One Service From Top Houston Personal Injury Attorneys
At Burwell Nebout Trial Lawyers, we offer personalized and dedicated services in all areas of personal injury litigation. We can provide effective support for your case, one-on-one attention, and top-tier representation in a wide range of cases:
- Motor vehicle accidents, including those involving 18-wheelers and motorcycles
- Injuries and accidents in the workplace, including railroad accidents, industrial accidents, commercial shipping accidents, service industry accidents, and much more
- Wrongful death
- Jones Act and Maritime law
- Product liability claims
If you have experienced injuries or damages due to the negligence of individuals or companies, you need the help of a Houston personal injury lawyer who will pursue your claims aggressively.
Our team of experienced legal professionals has decades of courtroom experience and skills to help you achieve successful results. We provide the best possible representation inside and outside the courtroom, and we dedicate ourselves to the fight for the compensation to which you are entitled under the law.
Protecting Your Legal Rights and Fighting for Your Recovery
At Burwell Nebout Trial Lawyers, we provide you with the most effective representation for your personal injury case in the Houston area. Our experienced attorneys will handle your case with our experienced legal team and resources through settlement or trial.
We can help you obtain compensation for your medical expenses, time lost from work, pain, and suffering, and any other damages you may have suffered.
Arbitration/Union Member Job Bid
Rohm and Haas sold a division to RohMax. Rohm and Haas employees were transferred to RohMax pursuant to a letter of agreement negotiated by USW13-1. The letter of agreement provided for employees to have a lifetime bid back option to Rohm and Haas.
Although the grievant was not a member of the union at the time of the letter of agreement, Burwell Nebout persuaded the arbitrator to apply the bid rights provision to the nonunion member and order his bid to be accepted with full back pay.