Harmonson Law Firm: Your Personal Legal Advocates in El Paso & Las Cruces
Listed below are a number of additional practice areas that the Harmonson Law Firm is experienced in and may be able to help you with. If you’ve been involved in any of the following personal injury cases, consider contacting Harmonson Law Firm today. We’re passionate about helping good people hurt in bad accidents get back on their feet.
Premises liability describes the legal responsibility of property owners, both residential and commercial, to keep visitors reasonably safe while on their premises. When property owners act negligently, it can result in severe injury.
Dealing with the death of a family member or loved one is incredibly difficult—knowing that their death could have been prevented only serves to compound your pain and suffering. Harmonson Law Firm can help you fight for justice.
Being attacked by a dog is a frightening experience. Not only are you likely dealing with severe physical injuries, but you are also almost certainly dealing with emotional trauma as well. Let Harmonson Law Firm fight for you.
Hurt on the job? Unsure what to do next? Reach out to a committed El Paso personal injury lawyer to handle your case. S. Clark Harmonson can help you navigate the legal technicalities of work injuries.
If you have been involved in a pedestrian accident in El Paso and were injured as a result, Harmonson Law Firm can help you seek compensation from the negligent party as quickly and effectively as possible.
Being involved in a bicycle accident is a devastating experience. If you were injured in a bicycle accident or had a loved one who was killed by the negligence of someone else, Harmonson Law Firm can help.
When a passenger steps into a taxi, they put their safety in the hands of a stranger. If you’re injured in an accident caused by a cab driver, contact the El Paso taxi accident lawyers at Harmonson Law Firm.
It’s important that you seek quality legal representation after a collision involving a bus, as the private or public company that owns the bus or represents the bus driver will likely begin building a defense immediately after the incident.