Construction Injuries and Crane Accidents – Houston, TX
Persona injury attorney Michael E. Shelton can provide legal advice to victims of construction injuries involving crane accidents.
Types of Brain Injuries and Your Legal Options
Brain injuries and severe head trauma need to be taken seriously. The legal team at The Shelton Law Firm can help you file a catastrophic…
Construction Accidents Involving Crush Injuries
Personal injury attorney Michael E. Shelton will fight for maximum compensation for victims of construction accidents involving crush injuries.
Broken Bones after a Construction Accident
Experienced attorney Michael E. Shelton will fight to ensure those suffering from broken bones after a construction accident are justly compensated for their losses.
Construction Accidents and Falls
Falls are responsible for more deaths on construction sites than any other type of accident. Unfortunately, many employers fail to protect against falls.
Texas one of the highest in country for fatal construction accidents
Construction is one of the deadliest industries in America. Safety violations contribute to many workplace fatalities and injuries. From driving trucks to working in the…
Study shows lasting impact of traumatic brain injuries
Over the last several years, researchers have made great strides in understanding the effects of traumatic brain injuries. Now, a new study from the University…
Serious Burn Injuries Can Easily Occur in the Texas Oil & Gas Industry
According to the American Burn Association, there are approximately 450,000 burn injuries that require medical treatment every year in the United States. This total includes…
Returning to work after suffering from a brain injury
People who receive traumatic brain injuries in workplace accidents may not be able to return to work due to the effects of their injuries. Brain…
Report says offshore drilling platforms remain dangerous
On behalf of Michael Shelton at The Shelton Law Firm Federal regulators have done little to enforce better safety standards, critics say In the wake…