Personal Injury Attorney, Pflugerville

Accidents, Negligence, Malpractice & More

Premises Liability covers any injury sustained by a visitor or tenant on another person's or company’s property. The owner of the property may be held liable for their negligence or lack of maintenance to the property. Injuries and situations that could occur include the following:

  • Dog bites
  • Uneven pavement
  • Unsecured stair rails
  • Slip and Fall

Did you know that dog bites are recoverable? Texas allows an injured party to receive compensation from the dog’s owner for the injuries the dog caused, if the dog has a history of aggressive behavior. The Law Office of Joshua E. Seda understands dog attacks are frightening and can cause severe injury. If you or a loved one was injured by a dog attack give us a call.

This is the most typical kind of personal injury. Millions of people travel by a motorized vehicle, and most people realize the importance of driving safely. However, when accidents do occur by someone’s lack of awareness or recklessness, the accident can leave serious bodily injuries or result in the death of a loved one. If you or a loved one was injured in a car accident or motorcycle give us a call.

It is a growing trend that people are trading in their motorized vehicles for bicycles. Even though many people have changed their means of transportation, there haven't been any changes when it comes to rights and responsibilities while on the roadway. However, there are significant differences in collisions and injuries for vehicles and bicycles. Bicyclists, who are in a collision, have severe injuries and need serious medical attention.

We have all heard the horror stories of botched cosmetic surgeries or medical professionals leaving medical tools in a patient’s body. However, medical malpractice is not limited to surgical errors, but it also includes:

  • Failure to diagnose or misdiagnosis
  • Failure to properly treat an injury or illness
  • Birth injuries
  • Prescription error

Texas does not mandate that all employers subscribe to workers’ compensation insurance. If an employer carries workers’ compensation insurance, then the injured employee may sue for personal injury damages. If the employer does not carry workers’ compensation insurance, then an injured employee is able to sue the employer.

If you or a loved one was injured at your job site, became ill due to unsafe work conditions, or was injured while working give us a call.

Texas defines a wrongful death as loss of life as a result from another’s action. It does not matter if the act is intentional or not. Common cases of wrongful death include:

  • Death caused by Car Accident,
  • Death caused by Motorcycle Accidents,
  • Death caused by Doctor's Negligence (unborn child or death during surgery),
  • Death caused by a Criminal Act (murder, assault, etc),
  • Death Caused by Boating Accident.


As a consumer you have rights when you buy products. Manufacturers who make the goods have a basic duty to make sure the goods are safe and if the manufactures fail to fulfill this basic duty, they are able to be sued. Texas allows a consumer who was injured by a consumer product to recover personal injury damages. Depending on the case circumstances, the injured consumer can sue on the grounds of a manufacturing defect, design defect or improper warning.

Everyone enjoys the great outdoors, especially on a boat. However, fun in the sun can take a turn for the worst if you are in a boating accident. Most common boating accidents include:

  • Head to Head Collision
  • Collisions with fixed objects such as a dock or pier, or
  • Passengers falling overboard

Serious injuries or death can result from boating accidents. Be assured that Texas does allow the injured party to recover from the recklessness, carelessness or inexperience of the operator of the boat.

Do you need an aggressive attorney who is going to fight for your interest?

To speak with criminal defense lawyer, Joshua Seda, please give The Law Office of Joshua E. Seda a call at 512-559-7585. 

The Law Office of Joshua E. Seda is located in Pflugerville, Texas, but serves the following counties:
Travis County, Georgetown County, Bastrop County, Burnet County and Hays County.