PRACTICE AREAS

Business Litigation


McCormick and Boyd Law Firm maximizes its commercial clients’ opportunities regardless of the industry in which they thrive. Aside from being professional trial lawyers and court room advocates, our attorneys have valuable business experience to ensure our clients are in the best position possible to make decisions that further their objectives.

The earlier you involve McCormick and Boyd Law Firm in your business, the better your chances are to minimize unforeseen problems that can affect your bottom line. McCormick and Boyd Law Firm offers advice beginning with entity formation that continues through the growth of your company. Our attorneys also assist clients in developing proactive business plans that allow them to use resources to advance their business objectives instead of spending them in the courtroom.

However, McCormick and Boyd Law Firm is ready to vigorously advocate for your interests in the event litigation is necessary. Our attorneys have over sixty years of combined courtroom experience and are no strangers from trying cases in front of juries.

Our attorneys also offer seminars to clients in hot topics such as protecting the company, perfecting construction lien and bond claims, and the employer/employee workplace dynamic. If you want to gain an edge over your competitors or if you need experienced advocates in your corner of the courtroom, please contact the professionals at McCormick and Boyd Law Firm.

Personal Injury Litigation


McCormick and Boyd Law Firm has an extensive practice involving the prosecution and defense of personal injury, property damage and economic loss cases based on tort theories of recovery. Our firm routinely handles cases in state and federal courts throughout Texas and nationwide related to:

  • Motor vehicle accidents
  • Workplace injury
  • Catastrophic injury
  • Construction accidents
  • Wrongful death and survival actions
  • Deceptive Trade Practices Act (DTPA)
  • Intentional tort claims
  • Products liability
  • Medical negligence
  • Nursing home negligence
  • Church liability
  • Fraud

McCormick and Boyd Law Firm's trial lawyers aggressively investigate and defend personal injury claims of any type with the goal of winning through an early summary judgment, an advantageous settlement or a favorable jury verdict. Few can match our consistent success at the courthouse. See our Representative Cases.

To Representative Cases

If you are the victim of a motor vehicle accident and want us to evaluate your case, please complete our Client Intake Form—Personal Injury—Motor Vehicle Collision.

“Whether you’re a victim of a catastrophic tragedy or the defendant in need of a fair and just solution, uncolored by sympathy or emotion, you need lawyers who possess the integrity, character, empathy and understanding of your unique situation. To us, zealous representation means standing with you, in your shoes, with your daily challenges and triumphs. Quality lawyering is about forming strong relationships and seeing them through.”

Simple Guidance for Slip-and-Fall Victims

If you’ve sustained an injury or trauma after a fall, you’re definitely not alone. In fact, experts estimate that more than 300,000 serious injuries and millions of moderate injuries each year are the result of slip/trip and fall accidents.

Common causes of slip/trip and fall injuries include uneven pathways, unsafe or improper design, potholes, poorly lit or unmarked sidewalks or stairs, spills, leaks, puddles, grease, slippery surfaces (such as wet or overly waxed or improperly waxed floors), uneven or torn carpeting, improper or negligent maintenance, and objects or obstructions on the floor.

What Should You Do If You Slip/Trip and Fall?

After you’ve been involved in a slip/trip and fall incident, your initial impulse may be to feel ashamed or embarrassed. However, recent research found that more than 70% of slip/trip and fall injuries were caused by external circumstances, rather than being the fault of the injured individual.After you’ve been involved in a slip/trip and fall incident, your initial impulse may be to feel ashamed or embarrassed. However, recent research found that more than 70% of slip/trip and fall injuries were caused by external circumstances, rather than being the fault of the injured individual.

No matter how careful you are, you could walk into a situation in which unsafe conditions make a slip/trip and fall injury unavoidable. If the worst happens and you’re injured in a slip/trip and fall incident, follow these guidelines to protect your health and legal rights:

  • Ask for help. You should stay where you are and ask for immediate assistance. If you’re sure you can stand up safely, do so very slowly, but don’t leave the scene without making an official report.
  • Get medical assistance. Seek medical attention immediately. A full examination conducted in the hours after your fall will help doctors assess the damage.
  • Document the situation. Although your very first priority should be seeking medical care, it’s also important to try to preserve evidence at the scene of your fall. Take photos of the scene and the condition that caused you to fall, and ask any available witnesses if they would be willing to provide their account of what happened.
  • Make an official report. If you’re in a public place, ask a manager to fill out an accident report. Most companies keep forms on hand in case anyone is injured on the premises. Completing this report will help you document your side of the story and initiate an official paper trail that may be helpful later on. Ask for a copy of the report immediately to avoid any alterations or tampering with the document.
  • Protect your legal rights. If you’ve been hurt in a slip/trip and fall incident, you deserve to know what your rights are. An experienced personal injury attorney can determine whether you have a valid premises liability claim and help you understand the legal nuts and bolts of your case.

Multi-level Marketing Litigation


MLM lawyers at McCormick and Boyd Law Firm want to work with you to build a quality consumer products and services marketing company that distributes through a vast network of salespeople, salespeople who not only sell the product but who recruit and develop an even larger network of salespersons and for which effort payment is given based on the volume of sales of those in down line recruited networks.