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At the Law Offices of Steven C. Laird, we’ve represented people for more than 30 years – not big insurance companies or huge corporations. We represent people – like you – and we’re intensely proud of that.

People come to us because they’ve been harmed in serious car and trucking accidents, oil and gas industry accidents, construction site accidents, or by defective products.

And sometimes they come to us because someone they love – a family member – has died in one of those same kinds of accidents.

Our job is to be your advocate and your voice, to stand up in front of a jury on your behalf and do everything possible to make certain that those who are responsible are held accountable.

We believe it is important that individuals and families have access to our courts and our justice system in order to help them resolve disputes and seek justice for the wrongful and negligent acts of others. The laws governing these cases are among the very foundations of our society, helping assure a level of fair commerce, public health and safety that should be expected for every citizen.

These rights are so crucial to our way of life that they appear in both the U.S. Constitution, which holds that “the right of trial by jury shall be preserved,” and the Texas Constitution, which says the right to a jury trial shall “remain inviolate” while directing the Legislature to maintain the “purity and efficiency” of this true legal right first recognized by the forefathers of our country.

In court, we have a reputation for being both well-prepared and aggressive, and we’re rather proud of how we handle our work. But not all cases go to trial, so if a settlement is appropriate, we bring the same approach, the same attitude and the same dedication to seeking justice for our clients.

It’s what we do and we do it very well. And we’ll make sure that you get the same high-quality legal work as that big company on the other side.

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You can contact the Law Offices of Steven C. Laird, P.C., and submit a request for a free review of your case. Please fill out our short attorney contact form.