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A prompt investigation into an accident scene is crucial to preserving the evidence and a successful outcome.
Our Firm has a 24hr/7 Emergency Team available to conduct inspection of an accident scene.
We have outside experts that can be ready at a moment’s notice that will assist in the inspection and preserve the evidence.
An Experienced Team Of Texas Lawyers
At Kershaw Anderson, PLLC, our lawyers are dedicated to successfully resolving conflicts for our clients. Our trial attorneys with extensive courtroom, arbitration, and administrative (including medical board) experience represent clients throughout Texas. Thinking out-of-the-box and using the latest technology, we give our clients the best advantage at trial and arbitration. Our capabilities and experience in the courtroom set us apart.
We help doctors and other health professionals deal with legal and administrative matters.
We help the clients of insurance companies defend against liability claims.
We represent business owners in all types of civil disputes.
We advise trucking companies and transportation brokers.
We represent commercial property owners, contractors and subcontractors in defect and liability claims.
We represent employers who have their own benefit plan for worker injuries.
Win or lose, it pays to have an appellate specialist on your team to prepare for a possible appeal by either side.
We represent employers in OSHA matters such as responding to health and safety inspections and violations.
David Walsh recently convinced the Supreme Court of Texas that the emergency medicine statute applied in obstetrical units without the patient first having to go to the emergency department. This resulted in a unanimous reversal of an adverse opinion from the Court of Appeals and reinstatement of a partial summary judgment in favor of an obstetrician and hospital.
Jeff Kershaw and Peyton Inge recently prevailed in an arbitration proceeding where a general contractor attempted to blame a subcontractor for causing the owner’s alleged damages. The arbitrator sided with the subcontractor and rejected the general contractor’s claim.
In March 2019, Peter Anderson successfully defended a cardiac electrophysiologist before a Dallas County jury in a case involving whether the electrophysiologist paralyzed a lung by injuring an important nerve during a cardiac procedure. After a week-long trial, the jury found in favor of the doctor.