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We Untangle the Facts to MakeComplex Cases Simple

There is no such thing as a “simple” case. A single accident or injury can have numerous causes, and more than one party or individual may be responsible. In addition, the body of Texas law that deals with personal injuries and insurance coverage is complex and constantly changing.   Crosley Law Firm seeks to uncover the simple truth in each case, and then we distill it into a basic rule or principle of fairness that can be easily understood by the judge and jury. Whether your case involves a traumatic brain injury, a five-car pileup, or a dangerously defective product, we use medical science and the newest technology to cut right to the heart of the matter.

World-Renowned Experts

We work with key experts in almost every major field of medicine, including neurosurgery, neurology, neuropsychology, cardiology, pulmonology, orthopedics, anesthesia, pain management, rehabilitation, and medical life care planning. We also work closely with recognized experts in construction, insurance coverage, trucking, and highway safety who help juries understand which party caused the injury.

We Can Process Mountains of Data

In complex litigation, the truth can be spread across hundreds, thousands, or even millions of pages of documents. We employ the latest technology to build advanced databases capable of categorizing information on a micro level and spot critical patterns or important trends in the data.

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Crosley Law Firm, PC is a professional corporation of trial lawyers focused on representing individuals and families who have suffered serious personal injuries or wrongful death. If you’ve been injured, fill out the form for a free consultation, or call 210-LAW-3000.

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