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Professional Liability Litigation

Texas Professional Engineering and Developer Liability Attorney

Professionals, such as engineers and developers, have a responsibility to meet all state and federal standards when they plan and build a residential or commercial development project. When they fail to uphold that responsibility, the results can lead to decreased property value for homeowners as well as property that is unsafe. Whether your property was damaged because of negligence, or you were falsely accused of negligently performing your work, we are here to help.

At Bradley Law Firm in Houston, Texas, we have been looking out for the interests of Texas property owners and professionals for more than 20 years. We thoroughly prepare for each case as if it is going to trial and have a successful track record of achieving positive results for our clients when we go to trial.

If you have been harmed due to the negligence of others or falsely accused of professional negligence, put our professional liability experience on your side. Contact our firm today for a free initial consultation.

Are Professionals Liable for Your Property Damage?

These issues most commonly arise as a result of flooding or inadequate drainage or detention ponds on properties. Engineers can be held liable for failing to provide proper drainage capacity in their designs through the use of culverts, ditches, piping, detention facilities and other mitigation efforts. Also, a developer could be held liable for failing to properly execute an adequate mitigation plan.

Representation for Professionals

If you are an engineer, developer, contractor or other professional, losing a professional liability case could severely damage your reputation and livelihood. That could hurt your bottom line for years to come. We have the experience and resources necessary to protect your reputation and make sure justice is served.

Call us today at 713-974-4800 today for a free consultation with professional liability lawyer James E. Bradley.