Fears Nachawati is proudly representing former NFL players and their families in the tragic cases of CTE and other concussion related injuries.
Fears | Nachawati represents the victimized homeowners against Nabors, a demolition company that recklessly tore down the wrong home after the Rowlett tornado. We will hold the company accountable after its refusal to right the wrong.
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Fears Nachawati Law Firm is pleased to announce that founding partner Majed Nachawati has taken a position as a Mentor in the Louis A. Bedford, Jr. Mentorship Program at the University of North Texas Dallas College of Law. The mentorship program provides UNT Dallas College of Law students the opportunity to meet and talk with lawyers on a regular basis in addition to their regular classes. It also provides attorneys an opportunity to give back and provide students with experience and knowledge that can't be learned in class. Mr. Nachawati is excited to serve as a mentor and looks forward to sharing his experiences as an attorney and business owner with students and helping them in their pursuit of a law degree.
On August 3, 2016, a Texarkana man was tragically killed in Sabine County, Texas as a result of a motor vehicle accident involving a tractor trailer and an unoccupied vehicle. Jerry Lee Woods, 58, was the driver of a 2006 tractor trailer carrying a load of asphalt and paving equipment. It appears that the tractor trailer’s brakes malfunctioned which prevented Woods from stopping the vehicle at an intersection of two major highways. The vehicle rolled over and Woods was ejected from the truck. Woods had two passengers with him at the time of the accident who both sustained serious injuries.
Trucking companies have a duty to maintain and service their vehicles in a reasonable manner. Further, additional state and federal regulations apply to owners of large tractor trailers as the 40 ton vehicles have the potential to cause substantial damages, significant injuries, and even death. These regulations are set in place not only for the public’s safety but also for the safety of the truck drivers and passengers.
Fears Nachawati is representing the heirs of Jerry Woods regarding his wrongful death. Woods’ tragic and unexpected death has taken a heavy toll on his children and family. Fears Nachawati is committed to pursuing the claims of Woods’ children in order to obtain just and fair compensation for the death of their father.
More information about the accident can be found here.
Legal inquiries and questions can be directed to our firm by calling 1-866-705-7584 or by visiting the firm’s website – www.fnlawfirm.com.
Fears | Nachawati Law Firm is proud to announce that founding partner Majed Nachawati has been nominated to become a member of the William “Mac” Taylor, Jr. American Inn of Court. The American Inns of Court is an association of lawyers, judges, and other legal professionals from all levels and backgrounds who share a passion for professional excellence. The goal of the Inn of Court to promote professionalism and collegiality among trial lawyers, as well as provide an opportunity for members to form and build relationships, share and discuss concerns about legal issues, and advance the highest levels of integrity, ethics, and civility. Mr. Nachawati is honored to have been nominated and hopes to help the organization continue to achieve its goals. More info about the Inn of Court and our law firm can be found by visiting the following links - www.facebook.com/mactaylorinnofcourt/ and www.fnlawfirm.com.
Fears | Nachawati is a proud sponsor of Cedar Ridge Baseball! We wish them the best of luck with the remainder of their season. We're always happy to help and support the community!
Majed Nachawati, a co-founder of Fears | Nachawati Law Firm, recently completed a three month term as The Grand Jury Foreman of a Dallas County Grand Jury. In honor of the fine job the Dallas County District Attorney's Office does on a daily basis, Mr. Nachawati has donated 100% of the income he received to The Texas Crime Victims' Compensation Fund. The CVC is administered by the Office of the Attorney General and is dedicated to ensuring that victims of violent crime are provided financial assistance for crime-related expenses that cannot be reimbursed by insurance or other sources.
We are proud to announce Fears | Nachawati Partner, Majed Nachawati, has recently been appointed to the Legal Ethics Committee by the Dallas Bar Association for the 2016 year. The Legal Ethics Committee is responsible for facilitating and planning ethics presentations for Dallas County Attorneys on an annual basis. As a member of the ethics committee, Mr. Nachawati is proud to dedicate his time and efforts to the continuing education of Dallas County’s 11,000 attorney members. Information about the firm or Mr. Nachawati can be found at www.fnlawfirm.com or by calling the firm at 1.866.705.7584.
Partner Matthew McCarley appointed to Plaintiffs' Executive Committee in IVC Filter Multidistrict Litigation
Matthew McCarley, a partner at Fears | Nachawati Law Firm, has been appointed to the Plaintiffs’ Executive Committee (PEC) in the multidistrict litigation (MDL) regarding Inferior Vena Cava (IVC) Filters manufactured by Cook Group, Inc. IVC Filters were implanted to prevent blood clots from becoming coronary or pulmonary embolisms. However, reports first surfaced in 2005, that the radial arms and struts of the retrievable filters had broken off inside the body of patients and led to many dangerous health complications. Since the first reported complications, patients with filters implanted longer than 6 months have experienced complications at high rates of occurrence. The complications include but are not limited to, erosion of the filter into the wall of the Vena Cava, perforation of the radial arms and struts into major organs and arteries, and tilting of the filter.
Fears | Nachawati Law Firm proudly sponsored Feed My Starving Children’s volunteering event this past weekend at the Parish Episcopal School in Dallas. Feed My Starving Children is a Christian non-profit organization committed to eliminating poverty and starvation around the world by providing food for malnourished children. Employees and their families had the opportunity to help pack meals for starving children across the world.
We are proud to announce that Fears | Nachawati Law Firm Partner, Majed Nachawati, has recently been appointed as Panel Chairman on Panel 2, District 6 Grievance Committee of the State Bar of Texas. This appointment is highly prestigious, as the position is filled based up on nominations from other grievance committee members, and ultimately appointed by the Committee Chair. The Committee’s job is to make sure that attorneys throughout the state of Texas uphold the integrity of the practice of law and remain accountable to the public and their clients. As part of his new role, Mr. Nachawati will be responsible for presiding over panel proceedings, evidentiary hearings, and the summary disposition docket. He is dedicated to protecting the public through his work on the Grievance Committee and hopes to advance and improve the quality of legal services to the public during his term as Panel Chairman. Information about the firm or Mr. Nachawati can be found at www.fnlawfirm.com or by calling the firm at 1.866.705.7584.
Majed Nachawati, a partner at Fears | Nachawati, was interviewed by the LexBlog Network for their LXBN Leaders Series on the importance of blogging. Majed explains why blogging is crucial for law firms and how it brings awareness to the general public on the latest legal issues. www.lxbn.com/2015/01/30/lxbn-leaders-majed-nachawati-client/
Fears | Nachawati Law Firm Wins Substantial Verdict For Client in Donald R. Maddox v. Inland Truck Parts Company
We are proud to announce that our experienced team of legal counsel has recently won a substantial verdict for our client, Donald R. Maddox. On July 22, 2014, our council, headed by attorney Garnett Hendrix, appeared before a jury in the 44th Judicial Court in Dallas County. There, the jury rendered a verdict of more than $1,700,000.00 to our client. The verdict takes into consideration pain and mental anguish sustained in the past and in the future, as well as loss of earning potential that resulted from our client’s accident.
Our counsel became involved in Mr. Maddox’ case after an avoidable mechanical failure severely injured his knee. The civil case of Donald R. Maddox v. Inland Truck Parts Company began after Maddox, employed as a truck driver, was unloading a truck that had recently been serviced by Inland Truck Parts Company. The transmission of his truck shifted from the bell housing assembly that housed it, causing the transmission to shift, causing repeated injuries to his knee. It was later found that Inland Truck Parts Company had left off essential bolts from the mechanism. Because the truck was not serviced properly, our client Mr. Maddox was left in debilitating pain that ultimately required a total knee replacement. This injury has severely hindered our client’s ability to work and to go about his day-to-day activities.
We anticipate that our client finds some solace in this jury verdict decision. Accidents, especially ones that could have been avoided, can be emotionally, physically and financially difficult. If you have been injured due to a company’s negligence, you may be entitled to pursue a claim against the responsible party. Our experienced team of physical injury attorneys at Fears | Nachawati can provide the legal guidance and representation you need to successfully achieve a claim against the responsible party.
Risperdal Lawyers and Risperdal Attorneys - Do you have a Case?
Risperdal lawyer evaluations are being conducted and Risperdal and Risperidone cases are being accepted by our Risperdal attorneys on a Nationwide basis. Risperdal's maker, Johnson & Johnson, is responsible in our opinion for understating the side effects that Risperdal use causes, particularly breast growth in males, known as Gynecomastia. According to medical studies, Risperdal and or Risperidone use causes an increase in the production of the hormone, Prolactin, which is responsible for causing an increase in breast tissue growth in young males. Free Risperdone legal advice and free Risperdal consultations are being given by our Risperdal law department on a daily basis. We represent hundreds of families against Johnson and Johnson and are presently filing Risperdal lawsuits against Johnson & Johnson on a daily basis.Continue Reading...
We are happy to announce that effective today, July 1st, the Raggio Law Firm has merged with Fears | Nachawati. Attorney John Raggio will be joining our firm as the partner in charge of our firm's Criminal Defense and Family Law practice areas. John has nearly a decade of experience in both practice areas and his most recent victory was an acquittal following a driving while intoxicated jury trial. We are excited about the addition of John to our firm as a Partner, as well as our firm's ability to offer client services in two new practice areas.
Fears | Nachawati Law Firm is proud to announce that on June 14, 2013, partner Majed Nachawati was unanimously nominated to a three-year term on the Board of Directors of the Public Justice Foundation. As America’s public interest law firm, the Public Justice Foundation is a not-for-profit, 501(c )(3) charitable membership organization that supports progressive litigation. The mission of the Foundation is to increase access to justice by combating threats to our justice system and challenging government, corporate, and individual wrongdoing. Majed Nachawati is honored to have been nominated and hopes to help the organization continue to achieve its public interest goals.
We are proud to announce that partner Majed Nachawati has recently been appointed to the District 6 Grievance Committee of the State Bar of Texas. This appointment is very prestigious, as less than 400 volunteer attorneys and public members are appointed to 17 grievance committees across the state. As part of his new role, Mr. Nachawati will be responsible for ensuring that attorneys throughout the state of Texas are held accountable for their actions and that they remain dedicated to their clients. Mr. Nachawati is dedicated to protecting the public through his work on the Grievance Committee and hopes to advance and improve the quality of legal services to the public during his term.
FDA Transvaginal Mesh Safety Alert - Transvaginal Mesh Lawsuit and Class Actions being filed across the Nation
As a Transvaginal Mesh Lawyer, our attorneys are reviewing and filing cases across the nation. The FDA recently issued a Transvaginal Mesh Safety Alert because the product, primarily manufactured by Bard, Boston Scientific and Johnson and Johnson, has been shown to cause injuries in female patients.
Bard, Gynecare, AMS (American Medical Systems) and Boston Scientific have the largest market shares of transvaginal mesh products.
C.R. Bard's products include:
- Bard Pelvitex
- Bard Pelvisoft
- Bard Pelvilace or Pelvicol
- Bard Utrtex
- Bard Uretex TO
- Bard Uretex TOO2
- Bard Uretex TOO3
Gynecare/Ethicon/Johnson & Johnson products include:
- Gynecare Prosima
- Gynecare TVT Exact
- Gynecare TVT Abbrevo
- Gynecare TVT Retropubic System
- Gynecare TVT
- Gynecare TVT Obturator
- Gynecare TVT Secur
- Gynecare Gynemesh PS
- Gynecare Prolift
- Gynecare Prolift+M
AMS's products include:
- AMS MiniArc Precise Single-Incision Sling
- AMS MiniArc Single Incision Sling
- AMS Monarc Subfascial Hammock
- AMS In-Fast Ultra Transvaginal Sling
- AMS BioArc
- AMS Sparc Self-Fixating Sling System
- AMS Elevate
- AMS Perigree
- AMS Apogee
Boston Scientific products include:
- Boston Scientific Arise
- Boston Scientific Pinnacle
- Boston Scientific Advantage Fit
- Boston Scientific Lynx
- Boston Scientific Obtryx
- Boston Scientific Prefyx PPS
- Boston Scientific Solyx
If you or a loved one has been injured by one of these products, contact our Transvaginal Mesh Law Firm today to receive information concerning your legal rights by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or toll free at 1.866.545.8364.
In 1996, Evangelina Cruz died of a gunshot wound in Lamb County, near Lubbock, Texas. The legal repercussions of that gunshot continue to reverberate in the west Texas legal community.
The men accused of killing Ms. Cruz, Jesus Ramirez and Alberto Sifuents, were initially prosecuted and convicted of capital murder. In 2008, however, they succeeded in appealing the verdict. The appeals court overturned their convictions, concluding that the attorneys who represented Mr. Ramirez and Mr. Sifuents provided legal defense at trial so insufficient as to violate the clients' constitutional rights. Now, Mr. Cruz and Mr. Ramirez have filed suit in a Lubbock federal court, seeking $12 million in damages on the basis that the original trial in Lamb County constituted a conspiracy aimed at an unlawful conviction.
At the heart of Mr. Ramirez and Mr. Sifuents's conspiracy claim is the appellate court's conclusion that their original trial defense was so inadequate as to vitiate their constitutional right to legal representation.
Fears | Nachawati recognizes that not all attorneys provide the legal representation that they should. Some counsellors are so poor, in fact, that a court would refuse to acknowledge their representation as meaningful legal counsel, as the Ramirez-Sifuents case suggests. You deserve excellent legal counsel. If your attorney has done such a poor job in your case as to substantially impair your ability to recover, your legal rights may have been injured as a result. To fight back, contact us! For a free consultation, call 1.866.705.7584 or email email@example.com.
Recovering at a Houston hospital, Rep. Gabrille Giffords has begun rehabilitation after what doctors describe as her “spectacular” recovery from a gunshot wound infamously sustained in a Tuscon, Arizona shooting. Nevertheless, as her doctors have explained, retraining the brain after a traumatic brain injury (TBI) can take years and often includes intensive speech, occupational and physical therapy. Said Dr. Robert Stevens, an associate professor of neurology at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, “You can’t be in a hurry. This is a long, drawn-out process, and it can be extremely frustrating.”
Giffords ordeal shines a light on the costs and difficulties associated with TIBs. If you or a loved one has undergone a traumatic brain injury – caused by a fall, a gunshot wound or other kind of accident – you need a medical and legal team that can help you navigate the long and difficult days ahead. Fortunately, you can ask for no better than the experienced and expert attorneys at Fears | Nachawati. For your free consultation, give us a call at 1.866.705.7584 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Apple, maker of the iPhone and iPad, has been sued on behalf of numerous consumers by Fears | Nachawati. The lawsuit alleges that Apple allowed application makers access to users personal data, without the knowledge or consent of the users. This data in turns allowed advertisers and marketers to track users unique data, including their location, online habits and activities.
Fears | Nachawati has sued Apple and a number of its iPhone application makers for various privacy violations. The firm and its client allege that Apple and the application makers helped advertisers secretly create detailed profiles of iPhone users without their knowledge or consent. Apple and the applications makers allegedly mined data from the consumers' use of their iPhones, including browing habits, location, and shopping habits. This invasion is possible because Apple assigns a unique identifier to each iPhone, which allows advertisers to correlate data to specific individual end users.
A lawsuit recently filed by Fears | Nachawati alleges that Apple Inc.'s Unique Device Identifier (UDID) permits advertisers to secretly track which applications users download and how frequently they use those applications. Unlike cookies, there is no way for a user to turn off or block the UDID. These privacy invasions violate federal and state law. Apple knew about the invasions. Rather than disclosing to iPad and iPhone users that advertisers could find out this information, Apple did not inform or obtain consent from its customers. The lawsuit names Apple as a defendant, along with the makers of several popular applications. Consumers seek injunctive relief ordering Apple to stop these privacy invasions, along with money damages.
For more information about this lawsuit, please see this article in the American Bar Association Journal or call the firm at 1.866.705.7584.
Fears | Nachawati has filed suit on behalf of its clients in California alleging that its clients privacy rights were violated by Apple, Inc. Apple, along with the makers of popular applications such as Textplus4, Paper Toss, Weather Channel, Dictionary.com, Talking Tom Cat and Pumpkin Maker, has been accused of passing personal user information to third parties without the knowledge or consent of its customers. The Wall Street Journal had previously reported that smartphone applications such as those implicated in the firm's lawsuit shared personal data "widely and regularly" without agreement of consumers.
For more information about this lawsuit, please see this article from Yahoo News or call the firm at 1.866.705.7584.
Fears | Nachawati has sued Apple over privacy issues. The suit alleges that the company was using its iPhone and iPad to route private user data to third-party advertisers without users' knowledge or consent. Many creators of applications for these devices have also been named as defendants. The firm is continuing to investigate Google's Android platform to determine whether its users have suffered the same kinds of privacy violations as Apple's users.
The first meeting is a time for your lawyer to get know the facts of your case. You will tell your lawyer about the accident and show them any documents, such as police reports, that you have.
In many instances, your case will be settled out of court with no need for a trial. If a settlement cannot be reached, however, your personal injury lawyer will move forward with preparations for trial in accordance with
If your personal injury lawsuit goes to trial, there will be a deposition, which is a time for the defendant’s attorney to ask you questions about the accident. Your personal injury lawyer will thoroughly prepare you for the deposition by telling you what questions to expect and going over your answers with you. Your attorney will depose the defendant as well.
The good news for you as the accident victim is that your
If you have been injured in an accident, contact us today for free legal assistance. At Fears | Nachawati, we provide accident victims with a no charge initial consultation during which we will determine whether you have a case and will explain how the personal injury lawsuit process works. Just email us at email@example.com or call us on our toll-free number at 1.866.705.7584 for a free consultation.
Every day in the
Other studies have indicated that one out of every ten construction workers will be injured on the job at some point during their career.
The stakes are even higher for construction workers in
Other shocking statistics related to construction site accidents include:
· Research conducted by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health showed that, in 2007, construction accidents caused the highest number of fatalities of any industry.
· In 2007, over 1,100 construction-related fatalities were reported.
· Falls are the most common cause of fatal construction site accidents.
· After falls, transportation accidents, falling objects and electrocution are the most common causes of construction-related deaths, respectively.
· Of all workers compensation costs across the country, 15% are due to construction site accidents.
As these statistics show, the construction industry is a highly dangerous occupation that puts workers at serious risk of suffering an on-the-job injury. If you or a loved one has been injured in a construction site accident, contact us today.
Stewart Richardson, Arlington Drunk Driving Accident Severely Injuring Abdallah Khader - Requests for Statements by Any Witnesses
Our law firm, Fears | Nachawati, represents baby boy Abdallah Khader and his family. Abdallah, who was in his car seat, was tragically injured in a crash caused by two bars over serving a patron, Stewart Lee Richardson, who visited the bars, Applebees located at 2021 Highway 287 North, Mansfield, Texas 76063 and Mr. B's located at 2860 N. Hwy 157, Mansfield, Texas 76063. After leaving the bars severely intoxicated, he crashed into the rear of the Khader's vehicle, seriously injuring all four members of the family.
In connection with the investigation, our lawyers are seeking statements from any eye witnesses or bar patrons that regularly visit or drink at Applebees in Mansfield or Mr. B's in Mansfield.
Anyone having information about Stewart Richardon's drinking at both Applebees in Mansfield, Texas and Mr. B's in Mansfield, Texas on the night in question, February 20, 2009, or other instances of over serving customers at Applebees and Mr. B's are encouraged to contact me to provide a statement in connection with the ongoing investigation. Any witness statements would be greatly appreciated by the parents, who are picking up the pieces of their broken life.
IF YOU ARE AN EYEWITNESS OR HAVE INFORMATION ABOUT STEWART RICHARDSON, THE APPLEBEES IN MANSFIELD, OR THE MR. B'S IN MANSFIELD, please contact the attorney for the family, Majed Nachawati, on his direct line 214.461.6170.
At the Law Firm of Fears & Nachawati, Majed Nachawati leads a team of Personal Injury attorneys that represent clients throughout the state of Texas that have been involved in a serious auto accident. " Right now as our state is enjoying fiesta, NBA playoffs and the start of the baseball season we will have to endure an increase in the amount of innocent victims that will have their lives dramatically changed by the actions of another driver. My team is prepared and ready to fight for victims of auto accidents! " Majed Nachawati
FORT WORTH -- One man was in the hospital and another man was in police custody early Monday following an overnight auto-pedestrian collision.
It happened just before midnight Sunday in the 3200 block of North Main Street on the Fort Worth's north side, said Sgt. Rodney Bangs, supervisor of the traffic investigation unit.
A 48-year-old man was struck by a passing vehicle as he and his nephew were crossing the street, Bangs said.
The driver of the car slowed but then fled the scene, Bangs said. Motorists who witnessed the collision followed the car to a nearby bar two blocks away.
The witnesses said the man parked and went into the bar. They contacted officers who responded to the injured man and gave a description of the man who had gone into the bar, Bangs said.
Officers found the 19-year-old man inside, Bangs said.
"He subsequently confessed to the offense," he added, "and was taken into custody."
The man would be charged with causing the accident, but there was no evidence that the man was drunk, even though he was found in a bar, Bangs said.
The pedestrian who was injured was in critical but stable condition at John Peter Smith Hospital early Monday, Bangs said.
The Fears | Nachawati Law Firm remains dedicated to sending a message to all bars that the law requires serving alcohol to its patrons in a responsible manner, such that tragic incidents and the suffering of innocent motorists and, in particular, children are eliminated. Questions concerning dram shop suits, which address bars that overserve patrons can be directed to the lead personal injury lawyer, Majed Nachawati, who will stop at nothing to hold bars and drunk drivers accountable to the fullest extent allowed by our civil justice system. Fears | Nachawati Law Firm - Toll Free Phone Number 1.866.705.7584, email - firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our clients' son, Abdallah Khader, who was critically injured in an accident caused by the perfect storm of irresponsibility, has been released by Cook's Children's Hospital in Fort Worth and is now being cared for by his loving family. Abdallah has the ability to breathe on his own. However, his brain function remains minimal at best. Bars believed to have overserved alcohol to Richardson, who in turn crashed his vehicle into the Khader family's vehicle as they returned home from a family gathering, need to be aware of potential negligent conduct and take responsibility for preventing intoxication in serving future patrons. This tragic drunk driving crash was caused not only by Richardson, but any bars believed to have overserved Richardson. His blood alcohol level was over three times the legal limit-.28. The Fears | Nachawati Law Firm remains dedicated to sending a message to all bars that the law requires serving alcohol to its patrons in a responsible manner, such that tragic incidents and the suffering of innocent motorists and, in particular, children are eliminated. Questions concerning dram shop suits, which address bars that overserve patrons can be directed to the lead personal injury lawyer, Majed Nachawati, who will stop at nothing to hold bars and drunk drivers accountable to the fullest extent allowed by our civil justice system. Fears | Nachawati Law Firm - Toll Free Phone Number 1.866.705.7584, email - email@example.com.
Doctor: 'Passenger Has Same Injuries As Christopher Reeve'
A woman who was paralyzed after disobeying warnings to remain in her seat during a turbulent flight over Texas has suffered the same type of catastrophic injuries as the late Christopher Reeve, according to her doctor.
"She is paralyzed from the nipples to her toes," said Dr. Trey Fulp, the spinal surgeon who will perform a second operation today on the passenger at the McAllen Medical Center in McAllen, Tex. The woman was one of two passengers and one crew member on Continental flight 511 from Houston to McAllen who were injured early Saturday morning in mid-flight.
Fulp described the severity of the passenger's injury as a "hangman's fracture," a term used to describe the neck break commonly seen in patients who hang themselves.
Fulp's wife, Kathy Fulp, was one of the first nurses to treat the patient. She told ABCNews.com that the 47-year-old Spanish-speaking woman, whom she declined to identify by name, suffered a broken back at the thoracic level and a fracture between the C1 and C2 vertebrae in her neck, the same injury that left Reeve paralyzed after falling off his horse in 1995.
"She had gotten up and gone to the bathroom," said Fulp. "When she was in the bathroom the flight apparently hit turbulence and she was thrown to the ceiling, which is how she got the C1 C2 fracture. Then she was thrown back against the toilet, which broke her back."
It was not immediately known if she will be able to walk again.
Kathy Fulp said that flight attendants rushed to the passenger's side and moved her into the aisle of the aircraft for the remainder of the approximately 50-minute flight.
The two other individuals were treated for minor injuries, according to Fulp, who said one of them had torn a ligament in her knee. The injuries were sustained during the descent of the aircraft, approximately 15 minutes before landing.
Mary Clarke, a spokeswoman for Continental Airlines, confirmed that three individuals from Flight 511, en route from George Bush Houston Intercontinental Airport to the McAllen-Miller International Airport, had been taken to the local hospital after being injured in the turbulence.
Storms in the Houston area had delayed the flight several hours and had caused major delays for both inbound and outbound aircraft.
This week, Fears | Nachawati Law Firm obtained a significant confidential settlement on behalf of an employee, who was a tile setter, in the pool industry and was injured on the job, herniating two disks in his back that later required surgery. Each year, thousands of white-collar and blue-collar workers are injured on the job--oftentimes creating a future loss of employment capacity and tragic life-changing circumstances such as divorce and financial difficulties. Employers that do not purchase approved workers' compensation insurance policy coverage, can be held liable under Texas law through filing a state court lawsuit on an injured worker's behalf. Oftentimes, the only way to independently verify whether an employer is subject to suit in state court is by contacting an experienced law firm that can verify worker's compensation coverage with the Texas Workers' Compensation Commission. An injured worker can also check online with the commission through the Online Employer Workers' Compensation Insurance Verification System, which is not always 100% accurate. If you are unsure of your legal rights and want to be informed concerning whether you can sue or have a case, contact an attorney or law firm experienced with on-the-job injuries. Questions can be direct to Fears | Nachawati Law Firm, Phone 1 (866) 705-7584 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The law firm of Fears | Nachawati is currently taking cases for individuals who have suffered injuries due to Digitek, also known as Digoxin. Recently, a drug manufacturer, Actavis Totowa LLC, a United States manufacturing division of the international generic pharmaceutical company Actavis Group, has initiated a Class I nationwide recall of Digitek (digoxin tablets, USP, all strengths) intended for oral use. The products are distributed by Mylan Pharmaceuticals Inc., under a "Bertek" label and by UDL Laboratories, Inc. under a "UDL" label. Actavis manufactures the products for Mylan and the products are distributed by Mylan and UDL under the Bertek and UDL labels. Bertek and UDL are affiliates of Mylan.
The nationwide recall is due to the possibility that tablets with double the appropriate thickness may have been commercially released. These tablets may contain twice the approved level of active ingredient than it appropriate.
Digitek is used to treat heart failure and abnormal heart rhythms. The existence of double strength tablets poses a risk of digitalis toxicity in patients with renal failure. Digitalis toxicity can cause nausea, vomiting, dizziness, low blood pressure, diarrhea, excessive urination, low blood pressure, swelling, abnormally slow heartbeat, heart palpitations, loss of appetite, cardiac instability and bradycardia. Death can also result from excessive Digitalis intake. Several reports of illnesses and injuries have been received.
If you or a loved one has been injured, hospitalized, or has lost their life due to digitalis toxicity, contact our law firm immediately to learn about your legal rights. Fears | Nachawati Law Firm, 1 (866) 705-7584 or by email at email@example.com
The Fears | Nachawati Law Firm is Representing the Family of a Woman Who Lost Her LIfe in a Plane Crash
The Fears | Nachawati Law Firm has recently been retained to represent a man in a product liability suit against Home Depot and a third - party ladder manufacturer. Our client, who was on a fiberglass ladder sold by Home Depot, was performing maintenance duties near the top of a building when the ladder suddenly snapped. As a result, he fell twenty - five feet to the ground, thereby causing him to sustain serious personal injuries. The lead attorney indicated that manufacturers have a duty to ensure that products sold to consumers are reasonably safe for use and consumption. Requests for future representation in product liability lawsuits should be directed to Majed Nachawati at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 1 (866) 705 - 7584.
The Fears | Nachawati Law Firm has recently been obtained to represent the family of a woman who was seriously injured and ultimately passed away while riding her 2002 Harley Davidson Fatboy within the Galveston City Limits. According to Mr. Nachawati, his attorneys and investigators are gathering facts concerning the tragic death. Mr. Nachawati further stated that his "law firm is dedicated to ensuring all responsible parties are held accountable for the death of his client." Requests for all future representation in wrongful death lawsuits and motorcycle accidents can be directed to Mr. Nachawati's law firm by email at email@example.com or by phone at 1 (866) 705-7584.
Fears | Nachawati Represents the Family of Loved One Who Lost His LIfe While Working on a Sea Vessel
April 25th, The Fears | Nachawati Law Firm has recently been retained to represent the family of a man who was seriously injured and ultimately passed away while making lock at a dam inside the territorial waters of the United States. According to Mr. Nachawati, " the death or loss of any loved one is difficult, if not impossible to deal with, and as a result, requires a full investigation and inquiry into any death potentially involving any Jones Act Seamen, product liability or maritime claim." He further stated that his " lawyers and law firm remain dedicated to families and people who suffer as a result of the negligence of any third party,as the pursuit of justice, truth, and the protection of those injured are the only things that matter to his firm." Mr. Nachawati further commented that it is oftentimes difficult to conduct and independent investigation because evidence is commonly lost, altered, or destroyed as each hour passes after incidents involving serious injuries or wrongful deaths occurring on semi-submersibles, steamboats, rigs, drilling platforms, and other types of sea vessels. For legal information concerning the Jones Act, maritime claims and deaths, contact the firm by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 1(866) 705-7584.
According to the Fort Worth Texas, The City's Magazine, the Fears | Nachawati Law Firm is one that deserves the right to be talked about:
Fears | Nachawati Law Firm
UNIQUE APPROACH: Founded on the principle of integrity, Fears | Nachawati Law Firm is comprised of distinguished personal injury and bankruptcy attorneys who take an unparalleled approach to the practice of law, as every case is prepared in anticipation of trial. The founding attorneys of the firm, C. Bryan Fears, and Majed Nachawati, represent plaintiffs involved in wrongful death lawsuits, serious personal injury cases, and complex bankruptcy matters.
WHO WE ARE: The attorneys of Fears | Nachawati bring considerable legal experience to the Fort Worth community. Prior to entering private practice, Nachawati recieved the honor of serving as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable Linda R. Yanez with the Thirteenth Court of Appeals. Fears previously served as managing partner at one of the nation's largest bankruptcy law firms. Scott M. York, managing attorney of the firm's bankruptcy practice, graduated from the Texas Tech University School of Law.
PHILOSOPHY: Committed to their community, the attorneys of Nears | Nachawati come from working class families and remain dedicated to representing plaintiffs. Fears described their work philosophy as "taking an old-fashioned approach when it comes to representing our community--we are passionate about representing plaintiffs in their fights for justice, they are not just a number at our firm."
AGGRESSIVE REPRESENTATION: Taking a hard line approach to each individual case, the firm's actions have invariably resulted in substantial recoveries for their clients. "At the cornerstone of the firm's success is our lawyers' uncanny ability to ensure that each case is presented in the light most favorable to the client," Nachawati said. The attorneys of Fears | Nachawati also attribute a great deal of the firm's success to their clients, the fairness of local judges and collegiality among members of the Tarrent County Bar. Displaying passion, diligence, and conviction in every case they handle, Fears | Nachawati has an impressive record of accomplishment within the Fort Worth Community.