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Wrongful Death

The Oweyssi Law Firm helps family members hold accountable those parties responsible for the death of their loved ones.

Medical Malpractice

Malpractice means that a physician, hospital, nurse, or some other form of healthcare provider made a substantial error that deviated from the typical standard of care that is to be expected of that provider.

Products Liability

When a bad product causes an injury, it can be tough to know where to turn. Not every lawyer understands product liability law and how to get compensation for your injuries.

Maritime & Offshore Injury

Sometimes, a victim can bring a case in Texas for injuries off the coast, but other times, maritime or admiralty law may apply.

Trucking Accidents

The Oweyssi Law Firm is committed to fighting to get justice for injured victims of trucking accidents throughout Houston, Texas and the surrounding suburbs.

Forklift Accidents

Forklift work accidents involve some of the most tragic events in work-related injuries: wrongful death, paralysis, crushed limbs and brain damage, among others.

Construction Accidents

Houston’s lively construction industry brings with it corner-cutting by owners and contractors in important areas, including worker safety.

Workplace Injury

If you are hurt at work, you may not have all the same rights as those who are injured outside of their jobs, depending on whether your employer chooses to carry workers’ compensation insurance.

he Oweyssi Law Firm Can Help

In order to preserve evidence needed for your case, The Oweyssi Law Firm encourages potential clients to schedule a free initial consult as soon as possible by using the contact information below.

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