Personal Injury and Wrongful Death
The Roberts Law Firm represents individuals and families who have suffered serious personal injuries and wrongful death resulting from car crashes, motorcycle accidents and truck wrecks, as well as accidents at the workplace or other locations.
The firm offers a unique perspective, often extremely beneficial to our clients in handling these types of cases, because we defended insurance companies for many years and are extremely familiar with their claims process.
Personal injury and wrongful death cases are most often handled on a contingency fee basis.
Divorce and Child Custody
Even under the best circumstances, divorce is a challenging time, especially when children are involved. The same is certainly true for child custody battles. Rarely do our clients come to us looking forward to divorcing their spouse, or fighting in court with their ex about the children.
But often, these actions are simply necessary. At the Roberts Law Firm, we understand how stressful the process can be, both emotionally and financially, and we strive to minimize the negative impacts on our clients while working toward long-term solutions to meet our clients’ goals and needs.
DUI and Criminal Matters
We all make mistakes in life, but that doesn’t mean that if you are charged with a crime you should walk blindly into the courtroom without an attorney – even if you believe that you are guilty! If you have been charged with a crime, retain counsel and let them explore your options for you. In most of cases, even if you do not go to trial, your attorney often can negotiate a plea agreement far more favorable than anything you can accomplish without representation.
Business Litigation and Formation
We have represented businesses ranging from Fortune 500 companies to small businesses to non-profits, both in litigated claims in court as well as helping new companies get started by setting up their corporate filings and bylaws.
Last Will and Testament
Statistics show that more than half of Texans do not have a simple will.
Even more troubling are the number of Texans that do not have legal documents, such as a living will, prepared in the event of a catastrophic injury or long term incapacity.
None of us like to consider our own mortality. However, these legal documents not only preserve your intentions, but also greatly lessen the burden on your loved ones who are left behind to handle your affairs.
We offer a basic will package that can help families work through difficulties associated with the death or incapacity of a loved one.