Construction, oil and gas pipeline, and industrial, refinery and chemical plant workers in Texas and Louisiana who suffer catastrophic injuries such as paralysis, amputation and severe burns — and families grieving wrongful death accidents on the job — deserve aggressive protection of their rights.
The skilled and experienced personal injury lawyer who safeguards those interests — and has for 40 years — is Michael E. Shelton of The Shelton Law Firm in Houston.
Our respected law firm's founder investigates, negotiates and litigates with the goal of compensating you for lost wages from time off the job, medical expenses in an era of skyrocketing health care costs, emotional trauma, and pain and suffering you experience during your recovery.
At The Shelton Law Firm, we hold negligent parties and their insurers accountable — in courts of law if necessary — for the wrong that was done to you, the workplace accident that someone else caused, and its physical and financial aftermath in your life. Michael E. Shelton has always fought hard for justice for working people all over the country.
Contact our law office today to arrange your free initial consultation. If you need to be visited at your home or hospital room, we can come to you. Call toll free — 877-771-6139.
Fighting for Justice for Working People in Texas, Louisiana and Nationwide
Catastrophic, life-changing injuries suffered in workplace accidents include:
- Closed head injury
- Brain and traumatic brain injury (TBI)
- Injury to the spinal cord
- Severe burn injuries
- Loss of hearing and vision
When a workplace injury becomes fatal, and a case of wrongful death, Michael E. Shelton aggressively protects your rights in discussions with insurers while remaining sensitive to your fragile emotions at a difficult time.
From start to finish of the legal process, The Shelton Law Firm stays available in case you have any sudden questions or concerns. For your convenience, the contingency fee basis for our work means that you owe no attorney fee unless we win your case.
Wherever you are in Texas, Louisiana or elsewhere in the U.S., you can get a free initial consultation to discuss your case. Call or e-mail us today.