League City Car Accident Lawyers


Over 100 Years of Combined Legal Experience

League City Car Accident Attorneys

Burwell Nebout Trial Lawyers has a history in Texas City dating back to 1970.

In this time, we have helped accident victims throughout the state of Texas from Galveston to League City to the Greater Houston recover hundreds of millions in damage and loss recoveries.

Our trial team knows how to secure the maximum compensation our clients deserve for past, present and future damages and losses, including:

  • Vehicle damage repairs or replacement
  • Medical expenses for emergency care, surgery and long-term treatment or care
  • Pain and suffering
  • Lost wages, missed work, lost earning capacity and lost economic opportunity
  • Loss of consortium and wrongful death

The value of your case could be substantial, and no insurance company will fully compensate you without the representation of an experienced trial lawyer for the full and fair compensation you deserve for losses and damages.

What Is a Good Car Accident Personal Injury Claim?

Several factors go into determining the value of your claim. Each of these factors is unique to your case and should be assessed only by an experienced and accomplished Texas personal injury lawyer.

Please contact us at (281) 645-5000 if you suffered serious injuries or lost a loved one in any type of car accident, including:

  • An accident with a distracted or texting driver
  • A rear-end or head-on crash
  • An accident with a reckless or fatigued driver
  • An accident with a driver who disregarded a red light, stop sign or yield sign
  • A sideswipe collision
  • A fatal car or truck crash

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Featured Case

FELA/Worker Injury

A 15-year machinist for Union Pacific Railroad was injured when a locomotive coupled into his blue flagged locomotive in the diesel shop at Union Pacific’s Houston facility. Although the machinist failed to engage the shop derails and acknowledge the track alarm, the contention was that Union Pacific employee took one minute and forty-four second water break during a walk around prior to the coupling.

During this water break, the machinist blue flagged his locomotive and began working. Burwell Nebout filed suit against Union Pacific Railroad in Harris County. After a two-week trial in the 157th District Court in Harris County, the jury awarded the machinist $566,105. The jury determined that Union Pacific Railroad violated the federal regulation that absolutely prohibits coupling into a blue flagged locomotive.