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Preeminent Litigation Attorney

Respected by his peers for intense preparation, tenacity, professionalism, willingness to take cases to trial and concern for his clients, attorneys across the state refer Robert Greening their most complex personal injury cases and have distinguished him with the top "AV" rating from Martindale-Hubbell and with the designation of Thomson Reuters' Texas Super Lawyer in 2005, 2006, 2012, 2013, and 2014, as seen in Texas Monthly Magazine.

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GreeningLaw P.C. Blog

  • Can a Personal Injury Lawsuit Make Sports Safer? +

    It is an unfortunate fact that in many people’s eyes, personal injury lawsuits have a certain stigma – when some people think of injury lawyers, they imagine a clichéd image of ambulance chasers and whiplash fakers. The fact is, however, that personal injury lawsuits play an important role in seeking justice for people who have been injured due to the negligence of another party. In some cases, personal injury suits can even create lasting change in an organization or government, leading to safer conditions for all.

    This was demonstrated dramatically last year, when the NCAA announced that it would be donating

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  • Burn Injuries: What Type of Compensation can you Expect? +

    Though rarely fatal, burn injuries are devastating nonetheless. A burn injury leaves the body weakened and disfigured, and the victim in significant pain.

    Personal injury law sets a number of guidelines for damages in burn cases. Most personal injury cases seek to compensate victims for their medical bills, missed paychecks and other losses for which a concrete dollar value can be applied. Given the painful and disfiguring nature of burn injuries, however, many victims find success when pursuing claims for physical pain and suffering and for emotional trauma.

    Burn injuries can be extremely painful, especially as they are often spread

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  • Hit-and-Run Driver Crashes Into Store, Leaves One Dead +

    When a driver chooses to flee the scene of an accident, the consequences for the victim are often dire. In many hit-and-run cases, victims do not receive prompt medical attention, multiplying both their injuries and their pain and suffering.

    Those who flee the scene, often while intoxicated and extremely stressed, can still pose a danger to others. This was the scene in Fort Worth recently, when a driver, fleeing from an earlier accident, crashed into a local Star Food Mart . The collision caused the death of one person and injured seven others.

    The driver, a 19-year-old man, was reportedly involved

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  • Truck that Struck Bridge Did Not Have Proper License +

    We have written previously about the devastating Central Texas truck accident in which a driver collided with an overhead beam on an Interstate 35 bridge. The collision left one man dead and three others, including the trucker, with injuries. The incident apparently occurred because the trucker’s load, a cherry picker on a flatbed, was too tall for the overpass. Warning signs in the area list a 13 foot, 6 inch clearance for the bridge. Department of Safety officials estimates that the cherry picker reached a height of 14 feet, 7 inches.

    It recently came to light that the trucking company,

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  • Unstable Platform Leads to Death of Texas Construction Worker +

    Tragedy struck in New Braunfels recently when a 41-year-old man fell to his death while working on a construction site. The man was employed as a painting subcontractor when the platform he was standing on gave way. The man fell more than 30 feet; he was rushed to the hospital, but doctors were unable to save him.

    Accidents such as this one are all too common in Texas and across the country. Often, after a serious or fatal injury, victims or family members are left wondering what sort of legal action they can take to hold the negligent parties responsible.

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  • Nina Pham, the Nurse who was Infected with Ebola, Files Lawsuit Against Employer +

    As the Ebola outbreak unfolded last year, the entire nation watched anxiously as it spread through West Africa and eventually arrived on our shores. When a patient turned up in Texas, many were confident that our country’s first-rate medical facilities and response units would be capable of containing the outbreak at its source.

    The public was shocked when, approximately two weeks after the death of the first patient, one of his nurses was diagnosed with Ebola. The nurse, 26-year-old Nina Pham, was quarantined and treated, ultimately overcoming the life-threatening disease. Now, she is suing her employer , stating that the hospital

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  • Drunk Driving and Dram Shop Liability +

    In the aftermath of a drunk driving accident, victims are often left with a number of serious questions. Why did the driver choose to drive while drunk? How much did the driver have, and where did he or she get it? Why didn’t anyone stop him or her from getting so intoxicated?

    These questions may have important legal ramifications. If the drunk driver became intoxicated in a bar or restaurant and the employees of that establishment continued to serve the intoxicated patron, that establishment may bear some responsibility for the drunk driving accident. This legal responsibility is known as dram

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  • Woman Suffers Infection After Swallowing Metal Wire in McDonald’s Sandwich +

    When it comes to personal injury cases, it is easy for a seemingly minor matter to become a costly and life-changing injury or illness. Soft tissue damage, back and neck injuries and serious infections can all stem from apparently minor incidents, leading to extended hospitalization, large medical bills and long-term pain and suffering.

    This can be seen in the case of a Texas woman who recently filed a lawsuit against McDonald’s Corp. Last June, the woman visited a McDonald’s restaurant in Pasadena and ordered a breakfast sandwich. Incredibly, the sandwich contained a small piece of metal wire, which, when swallowed

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  • “Being out of state and having been a victim of a slip and fall while in Dallas, I knew I had to have a lawyer in Dallas. I am so thankful I was led to Robert Greening. Mr. Greening returned my e-mail explaining my case after office hours and upon speaking with him I knew by his honesty and compassion that he was the lawyer I wanted. Any questions I had were responded to quickly and my case was resolved much faster than I expected and with an extremely satisfactory settlement. If you are like me- reading reviews to determine which lawyer to choose- I would, without hesitation, recommend Robert Greening.”

    -Slip and Fall Client
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