If you have been hurt because of someone else’s negligence, you may have a personal injury case. If you sustained injuries through a car accident, by using defective products, on poorly maintained property or on the job, you may be entitled to damages according to Texas law. We assess the circumstances of your injury and the injury’s cost to you and let you know what options are available.
Commercial litigation can be timely and costly but is often the best way to get restitution. After reviewing your case we advise you on the best course to action to take. Sometimes that’s a settlement and sometimes it means going to court. Our vast experience in commercial litigation and business disputes gives us the ability to offer you the best advice possible.
Preparing for death and the possibility of serious health issues can be a daunting task. The Pettitt Firm can assess your assets and create a comprehensive estate plan to ensure that your property is distributed exactly how you want it and that your personal care is attended to based on your specifications. A will details how your assets are divided, while other tools — including powers of attorney, directives to physicians and family, or surrogates and declarations for mental health treatment — can uphold your wishes if you are unable to make medical or financial decisions for yourself. The Pettitt Firm also provides legal counsel during probate, assists executors and ensures your loved one’s will passes through court effectively and efficiently.
Wind energy is a huge resource and is becoming a big industry in Texas. If you are involved in the development of wind energy, whether it be with land, turbines or any other aspect of this industry, you are going to want an attorney who knows the law. We’ve been handling wind energy cases for years and have the experience you need. Our lawyers advise clients on project finance and development, equity investments, power marketing and PPA negotiations, turbine and micro-turbine sales, operation and maintenance, transmission and interconnection, state and federal tax issues and more.
The government has the right to seize private property for public use, as long as they provide just compensation to the property owner. As the owner, you have the right to contest the proceedings and obtain independent appraisal for your property to ensure the government offers fair market value. With The Pettitt Firm by your side, you’ll know all your options and understand how the process affects your property.
When you need an attorney, contact the law offices of The Pettitt Firm at 817-500-0419 or contact us online.