Municipal Liability Defense

Texas Tort Claims Act Defense Lawyers

Tort Claims Act Trial Results

The Tort Claims Act limits a plaintiff's ability to sue and recover compensation in claims against the state, against cities, against counties, and against other units of government.

Although there are limits, these are nevertheless claims that warrant protection as any payment ultimately comes from public funds.

The attorneys of Brock Person Guerra Reyna, P.C. defend municipalities against personal injury claims involving auto accidents, bus accidents, slip and fall injuries, inadequate security, and other tort claims. For years, the attorneys of Brock Person Guerra Reyna have defended the interests of the City of San Antonio and VIA Metropolitan Transit against claims arising under the Tort Claims Act.

Bringing claims against units of government are different from other types of tort claims. Plaintiffs are ordinarily subject to stringent notice requirements before they are allowed to bring lawsuits. Those who fail to provide proper legal notice can forfeit what would otherwise be valid legal rights. We closely scrutinize the mandates of the Tort Claims Act to ensure that our client's interests are protected.

Building a Solid Defense

We will thoroughly investigate a case, interview witnesses, gather evidence, review pertinent documents, and bring in experts when necessary. In short, we prepare each case as if it will go to trial. Often, our work on behalf of our clients is rewarded when plaintiffs agree to fair settlements that will save our client the time and expense associated with trial.

When the dispute cannot be settled out of court, our clients rely on our proven ability to persuade a judge and jury that justice will best be served by finding for the defense. For effective representation in Tort Claims Act claims, you can depend on the attorneys of Brock Person Guerra Reyna, P.C.

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