If you or a loved one has been injured, can you settle for anything less than the utmost in experienced representation and personal service? The answer may seem obvious, but everyday people settle for inferior services due to arbitrary factors such as location.
At Abbott, Clay and Reed, L.L.P., we believe that getting the compensation you deserve after an accident is too important to leave to someone based on location alone. We represent clients in Texas and throughout the nation and will come to you to make sure your interests are being served.
To learn more about your rights after suffering an injury due to negligence, call us at 713-223-1234 for a free initial consultation. Our attorneys will discuss with you whether or not you have a case for your injury or injuries and what we can do to help you right away. When you decide to have our firm represent you, we will send someone out to your house that same day to meet with you so we can start representing and helping you as soon as possible.
Thousands of workers are injured or even killed every year in Texas and throughout the rest of the United States. A workplace injury ...View Details
Suffering an injury can lead to costly medical treatment, a limit on your ability to work and a major change to your quality of life....View Details
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Bill Abbott leads his team of aggressive workers’ compensation lawyers at Abbott & Associates. Although he has handled many different kinds of cases (including personal injury, employment law, maritime offshore injury cases, longshore claims, and more)Read More
Fyodor “Clay” is the senior associate at Abbott & Associates, where he represents workers’ compensation claimants in their efforts to obtain fair benefits and medical care after being injured on the job.Read More
A life-long Houston resident, Joseph Bedoy graduated with honors from The University of Houston in 2002, where he earned his Bachelor of Arts Degree in English Literature with a minor in Marketing.Read More
In 2008, Hank Altmiller received his bachelors degree at St. Edward’s University in Austin, Texas, where, after serving as Vice President of the student body, he graduated with a double-major in political science and economics.Read More
Originally from Los Angeles, California, David Randall also spent considerable time living in Austin Texas, Puebla California, Beijing China, and Seoul South Korea.Read More
Steven McGinley received his bachelors degree from Texas State University in 2008, where he majored in public relations.Read More
Albert Williams was born and raised in Houston, Texas. He attended the University of Texas at Austin, where in 2013 he earned a bachelors degree in Rhetoric and Writing, with a minor in Communication.Read More
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My employer used every dirty trick in the book to avoid paying my claim. I was forced to hire Abbott, Clay & Reed. My attorney really showed his metal at trial against my employer and the insurance company. My employer and their insurance company were required to pay for my medical care, back pay, and income benefits.