Practice Areas

Medical Malpractice

Medical malpractice cases are some of the most difficult to handle in Texas.  In 2003, extensive tort reform was pushed through our legislature by big insurance companies.  These big insurance companies manufactured false claims of a medical malpractice crisis and even convinced Texas voters to amend the State Constitution to allow caps on damages. 

Business & Real Estate Litigation

Scheuerman Law Firm, PLLC represents both plaintiffs and defendants in business litigation.  We have significant experience representing business owners in all areas of litigation. We have the expertise and resources to stand up to any opponent, regardless of size, and successfully navigate our clients through their business litigation matters. 

Probate, Trust and Estate Litigation

In such situations, conflicts may arise over the interpretation of the will or trust, the administration of the estate assets, the estate inventory, payment of creditors, and final accounting and distribution of estate assets.  If you are faced with these issues, the Scheuerman Law Firm, PLLC is here to help you and to serve as your advocate through probate.

Personal Injury

The attorneys at Scheuerman Law Firm, PLLC will personally take the time to discuss the merits of your case. Each case is personally evaluated by a Board Certified attorney on its own liability facts and damages assessment.  No two cases are the same.  Whether the case is resolved in settlement or at the courthouse in a jury trial, the attorneys will seek the maximum compensation for your injury claims.

Vaccine Injuries

If you or someone you care about has suffered an injury after receiving a vaccination, you need to act quickly and contact an attorney. The VICP is very specific on what information must be proved to support a vaccine injury award. Many victims of vaccine injuries delay seeking medical attention and legal counsel, resulting in unnecessary difficulties in pursuing a claim in the VICP. Contact Scheuerman Law Firm, PLLC today!

Estate Planning

Without an estate plan, your estate assets will be distributed by the laws of intestate succession, and those assets may pass to the heirs at law, in certain percentages, which are not your intended goal.  The estate plan allows you to protect your family and your assets that you have worked so hard to earn.  This will be achieved by preparing an estate plan that best suits your needs, as well as those of your family and loved ones.


Does your loved one lack the mental capacity to make his or her own financial decisions, manage a personal bank account or make responsible decisions to administer their own medications? Did a physician determine that your loved one is either partially or totally incapacitated? In such situations, before you consider a guardianship of the person and/or estate, you will want to determine if there are less restrictive alternatives or supports and services available to your loved one.