If you’re a scrupulous plaintiffs attorney and a prospective client asks you to represent him in a suit against his former employer for an on-the-job injury, you want to verify at least two things before initiating litigation over the claim: that the prospective client was in fact injured, and that the injury actually occurred on the job.
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BEAUMONT – Last August, Jake Kemp filed suit against LaBelleCo Fab, seeking more than $1 million in damages for an on-the-job injury.
GALVESTON – A Jones Act seaman is seeking more than $1 million from his employer over back and neck injuries he allegedly sustained while working on a vessel.
HOUSTON – A driver is seeking damages from a Harris County construction company and its driver over an auto accident.
HOUSTON – A Jones Act Seaman is seeking $1 million in a suit against his employer and co-worker after the co-worker allegedly struck him in the face with a pole.
Arnold & Itkin Attorneys Kurt Arnold, Kyle Findley, Kala Sellers, and Adam Lewis filed suit against an apartment complex owner and manager.
In nearly every maritime case involving the total loss of a maritime vessel, companies invoke the Limitation of Liability Act of 1851—an old law that allows vessel owners to limit their liability to the total value of the ship and its cargo.
In the state of Texas, premises liability makes landowners responsible for any injuries that occur while someone is on their property.
Having your property damaged by another person is a frustrating event to be forced to deal with.
Arnold & Itkin is thrilled to announce that five of our attorneys, including Kurt Arnold and Jason Itkin, have been selected to The Best Lawyers in America© for the 2019 edition.
Our San Marcos apartment fire attorneys have added four more plaintiffs to our case, warranting continued investigation of Iconic Village Apartments and the management company responsible for the safety of the building.
HOUSTON – Two Missouri residents are seeking more than $1 million after their decedent was electrocuted while working in Harris County and later died from his injuries.
HOUSTON – A seaman alleges he was injured on a vessel when a metal tile fell on his head and neck.
Staffing agency employee seeks more than $1 million from Sojitz Corp. of America over plant explosion
HOUSTON – A Houston man employed by a staffing agency alleges he was injured in an explosion at a La Porte plant.
First Tuesday is a 10-year-old political action committee run by local attorney David Matthiesen for the benefit of Democrat candidates for office in the Houston area. The PAC is called First Tuesday because elections are held on the first Tuesday of the month.
Last April, Arnold & Itkin LLP announced that Attorneys Kyle Findley, Kala Sellers, and Adam Lewis recovered a record verdict of $39.74 million for a dust explosion victim.
HOUSTON – The temperature’s not the only thing rising in Houston, as area trial lawyers have already dumped a small fortune into a PAC supporting the Democrat Party this election cycle.
Total E&P USA, Technip USA alleged to have failed to provide timely medical attention before man's death
HOUSTON – A widow and her two minor children allege that her husband died while aboard a vessel after not receiving adequate medical attention.
Arnold & Itkin LLP filed a lawsuit on behalf of a hardworking seaman who contracted a life-threatening respiratory illness two times while working aboard a cargo ship—the APL PHILLIPINES—out of Los Angeles, CA. Arnold & Itkin has filed suit against the ship’s owner and operator, both of whom owed our client a safe working environment free from toxic pathogens.