“Simply PHENOMENAL from start to finish !!! I could not have had a more kind and considerate lawyer to represent me like Mr. Jeff McGuire !!!” – Sylvia Gomez
“I am very pleased with the final outcome of my case. Clint and his staff is very knowledgeable and pleasant to work with. I highly recommend using his services.” – Leroy Ventress
“Clint was everything I could want in a lawyer and more. He was very communicative during the entire process and really helped me understand what was happening at every step.” – Garrett Brouhgton
“I am super happy with the work that Jeff McGuire and his team did to help me after my accident. They were very informative, professional and made sure to keep me updated through the whole process! I highly recommend coming to them!” – Jennifer Vasquez
“Clint, Heather and the entire team were a pleasure to work with! They were always very professional and treated us like family!… Often times, people have feelings of skepticism when dealing with lawyers, but Clint quickly gained my trust. I would highly recommend Clint and his team! They are A1!!!!!!!” – Brent Grimes
Clint McGuire obtained a $1,460,500 verdict against Pro-Fleet ARL LLC on behalf of James Hock, a BNSF locomotive engineer, who was injured in a train/tractor-trailer collision in Houston, Texas. The pre-trial offer was $500,000. The case was tried in Brazoria County, Texas.
Clint McGuire and Jeff Todd obtained a $1.299M verdict against Port Terminal Railroad Association on behalf of Russell Williams and Kelvin Brooks, two BNSF employees who were injured when PTRA’s employees kicked some cars into a locomotive occupied by Williams and Brooks. PTRA contended that the impact was less than 1 mph and could not have injured Williams and Brooks. The jury disagreed, awarding Williams and Brooks more than twice what they were offered pre-trial.
Clint McGuire obtained an award of $298,000.00 in back pay, damages and fees, and job reinstatement for a railroader whose rights were violated according to OSHA.
BNSF Railway Co. accused the employee of violating a doctor’s restrictions against physical activity following a work-related injury. When the employee provided documents during a subsequent hearing to prove that his doctor allowed physical activity, the company ignored the documents and fired him.
OSHA found that BNSF violated federal law and ordered the railway to reinstate the worker, and pay back wages, attorney’s fees and compensatory damages. OSHA also assessed $150,000 in punitive damages.
McGuire Law Firm is honored to be representing the families of the victims of the Santa Fe High School shooting that occurred on May 18, 2018. The shooting is the second-deadliest school shooting in the United States in 2018.
Please see https://www.chron.com/news/houstontexas/texas/article/Lawsuit-against-Santa-Fe-killer-parents-texas-12972783.php for more information.