Severe Burns Have Long-Lasting Consequences

Severe burns destroy the skin — our bodies' largest organ — cause extensive scarring and disfigurement and emotional trauma, impair the body's ability to heal infection and become life-threatening when specialized hospitalization and treatment are not readily available.

Were you or a loved one seriously burned in a kitchen fire, refinery fire, car fire or work site explosion?

Our experienced personal injury law firm can help — with effective and efficient counsel for results when negligence leads to an accident that changes and ends lives.

We are The Weaver Law Firm, led by founder Richard D. Weaver and serving a broad range of injured persons in Houston, Harris County, San Antonio and South Texas for many years.

You can depend on The Weaver Law Firm for in-depth investigation of the cause of the fire that injured you, skillful negotiations with insurers and aggressive litigation strategies that connect with judge and jury.

Contact our skilled personal injury lawyer today to arrange your free initial consultation. We can come to your home or hospital room if your injuries prevent travel. Se habla español.

Experienced, Effective, Efficient Representation

Weaver Law Firm attorneys aggressively advocate for you when someone else's negligence leads to an accident, fire and serious burns in a/an:

  • Car, truck or motorcycle accident
  • House fire caused by cooking, faulty electrical wiring or smoking
  • Chemical accident
  • Explosion at a refinery or natural gas work site

During your treatment for, and recovery from, severe burns, you should not have to worry about the cost of our quality representation. The contingency fee basis for our work reflects this commitment to you. You owe no attorney fee unless we win or settle your case.

Your initial consultation with our knowledgeable personal injury lawyer Richard D. Weaver is free of charge. Call today — 713-454-7875 — or contact us by email.

Se habla español: Spanish-speaking services are available at our law office.