$575,000 Settlement for Austin Family

We recently finalized a $575,000 settlement for grandparents and grandkids in a head-on crash. A distracted teen driver crossed the center line and hit them head on. The teen driver died in the crash. It is a miracle no one else died. Our clients have made very good physical and mental recoveries. They are some of the nicest people we’ve ever represented. We were honored to help them and get this done. Read More

Hot Hot Hot! – $3 Million June

The Loewy Law Firm had an incredible June! We secured the following settlements: $1,300,000 settlement in truck crash case. $1,000,000 settlement in drunk driving crash case. $995,000 settlement in truck crash case. $130,000 settlement in car crash case. $35,000 settlement in car crash case. We work for our hard for our clients and maximize the value of our cases. If you need a personal injury lawyer, contact us today. Read More

Phil and Adam Loewy Donate $100,000 to Shalom Austin

In March, Phil and Adam Loewy announced a $100,000 gift to the Jewish Federation of Austin’s Annual Campaign. This is the largest single donor gift in the campaign’s history. A portion of this gift is earmarked for Jewish Family Services, which helps low income members of the community, and early childhood programs. The Loewys are very proud to support Rabbi Daniel Septimus and the entire team at the Shalom Austin. http://www.thejewishoutlook.com/home/2018/3/28/fostering-generational-giving-philanthropists-announce-annual-campaign-match-at-ignite Fostering Generational Giving: Philanthropists Announce Annual Campaign Match at IGNITE! Jewish Outlook By Tonyia Cone While growing up in St. Louis, Missouri, Adam and Phil Loewy created… Read More

$2.5 Million Settlement in Burn Case

The Loewy Law Firm proudly secured a $2.5 Million settlement for an Austin woman who was burned at an area business. Our law firm helped our client get the proper medical care she needed and then made sure she was properly compensated. We resolved in 6 months the case after 3 depositions. We would like to thank our litigation support partners at Res-Ipsa Trial Consulting for helping us create a compelling video that helped us get top dollar on the case. We are so very proud of our client who has made an incredible recovery and maintained such… Read More

Williamson County Wrongful Death Case

Our law firm has been retained by the family of Salman Chaudhary in a terribly tragic case in Williamson County. Salman’s wife and two children were struck by 18-yr old Hayden Hammer, who was speeding and apparently racing another car. Both children were killed and Salman’s wife has sustained catastrophic injuries. We will pursue all possible civil actions for this family and encourage the Williamson County District Attorney to seek a decades-long sentence for Hammer in prison. Please say a prayer for this family. It is one of the most tragic cases we have ever handled. More information on the… Read More

$15 Million Year for the Loewy Law Firm

The Loewy Law Firm is proud to announce we recovered over $15 Million for our clients in 2017. The recoveries were highlighted by 3 7-figure settlements in the amounts of $8.5 million for a truck crash, $2.5 million for a burn case and $2.2 million for a wrongful death truck case. We recovered significant money for Austin residents involved in car crashes, truck crashes, bike crashes, motorcycle crashes, burn incidents, slip and falls and injuries to children. If you or a loved one have been hurt, call us today. We can help. (512) 280-0800. Read More

No Prosecution for Police Shooting; Dark Day for Civil Rights in Austin, TX

October 29 was one of the darkest days in the history of Austin, Texas. A Federal Judge granted immunity to former Austin Police Officer Charles Kleinert, who killed Larry Jackson Jr. Kleinert tracked Larry down, beat him and then put his gun on the back of Larry’s neck and pulled the trigger. Larry was on his hands and knees when he was shot. A muzzle imprint was literally on the back of his neck. Kleinert admitted under oath that Larry was not posing a threat to him. Kleinert was subsequently indicted for Manslaughter but due to some arcane law… Read More

Austin Needs More ‘No Refusal’ Weekends: Crash Leading to $600,000 Settlement is Proof

The Austin Police Department conducts a July 4th “No Refusal” weekend every year. Many people grumble about the strict measures. However, anyone who has been affected by a drunk driver knows the terrible repercussions of drunk driving. Our personal injury law firm specializes in catastrophic injuries. Some of the worst we have seen? From drunk driving accidents. Two Austin women were driving when a truck slammed into them. The truck belonged to a local Austin company and was driven by one of their employees. The two women suffered painful injuries and were rushed to the ER. The aftermath of… Read More

Injury at a Hotel Leads to $180,000 Settlement (If You’re Traveling This Summer, Take Note!)

If you’ve ever stayed at a hotel, you know the drill. Check in, already exhausted. Ruin a perfectly packed suitcase to find one tucked away t-shirt. Scope out the pool and gym. Settle on a halfway-finished TV rerun. If you have kids, add a bit of rambunctious chaos to the mix. But what if something unexpected happens? What if the hotel is not safe? A family trip can unfortunately lead to an injury at a hotel. The Loewy Law Firm recently represented a family whose young daughter was badly injured while the family was staying at a hotel. We… Read More

How We Got a $250,000 Settlement (Even Though the Police Blamed Our Client)

The Loewy Law Firm is proud to announce a $250,000 settlement for an Austin woman who was badly injured when an 18-wheeler sideswiped her car. The DPS State Trooper blamed our client for the crash. However, she was adamant that it was not her fault—and we believed her. Our firm investigated and concluded that the truck driver caused the crash. But would the insurance company believe the truth? Co-counsel Joel Levine then skillfully confronted the truck driver with our investigation findings, and finally the truck driver admitted—under oath—that the accident was his fault. We presented this evidence to the… Read More