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Work Injury Lawyer

Workplace injuries are caused by many factors. These include failure to provide working equipment, safe conditions, or enough staff. 

The significant suffering of a workplace accident is made more complex by the additional complication of having to sue your employer. 

Arlington, TX, comes to work injury lawyer Rocky Walton because he has decades of results winning major cases against employers. 

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Our lawyers strive to represent as many Texans as possible. We are proud to say our law firm is bilingual, allowing us to help injured workers in both English and Spanish. Call (817) 429-4299 or write to request your free consultation. 

Arlington, TX, Leaves 5-Star Reviews


Ruth Brock

Arlington, TX


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Rocky Walton and his team are talented individuals with great credentials. His Board Certification in Personal Injury Trial practice is noteworthy, setting it apart from many firms. I was very impressed with the dedication and determination of the team who worked on my behalf. Great caring people!

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Kolton DeLeon

Arlington, TX


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Rocky Walton is an expert in personal injury matters. Rocky and his team are very professional and friendly and work hard for their clients to gets great results! Thanks Rocky!

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Many Texas Companies

Do Not Carry Workers' Comp

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Unlike some states, Texas does not mandate employers to carry workers' compensation insurance. While approximately 80% of employers in our state do carry workers' comp, many major companies do not. These include Albertsons, Best Buy, Costco, Home Depot, Kroger, Lowes, Macy's, Michaels, QuikTrip, Target, Wal-Mart, and Whataburger. 

You can check if your employer carries true workers' comp insurance here. If they do not, our personal injury attorneys can take on your case and pursue the financial restitution you deserve. 

Negligent Third Parties Can Also Be Held Accountable

It is not always the employer who is liable for an injured employee's suffering. This is especially the case if your injury took place away from work. For example, a delivery driver who slipped and fell due to unsafe conditions while dropping something off may want to sue the property owner instead of their employer. Our attorneys have handled cases like these for decades and can determine who to hold to account for your injury. 

What We Can Sue For

It can be tempting to tough out a work-related injury, get back on the job, and put the past behind you. This line of thinking is especially common for folks who are simply unaware of all the categories of compensation available to them in a personal injury lawsuit. Our Arlington law firm can seek compensation for:

  • Physical pain
  • Mental anguish
  • Property damage
  • Medical bills
  • Lost wages
  • Reduced earnings

If your loved one tragically passed away due to a work injury, our lawyers can also seek compensation for funeral expenses, lost companionship, and lost financial support through a wrongful death claim

Texas Law Allows
For Recovery

Even If You Made a Mistake

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Some states are exceedingly hard on plaintiffs. For example, in Virginia an injured person cannot receive compensation in a lawsuit if they were even the slightest bit responsible – even if another party held the majority of the blame. Thankfully, Texas law supports the injured. 

Our state uses the modified comparative negligence framework when adjudicating injury claims. This legal system allows individuals who were partially at fault for their injury to receive compensation. The key determination is approximately how at fault the plaintiff is. 

If the judge and jury consider you to be 20% to blame, you can receive 80% of the available compensation. On the other hand, if they consider you to be 40% to blame you will only receive 60%. If you are found to be the primary cause of your harm, you will get nothing. This makes it incredibly important to hire attorneys with a proven track record of winning work injury lawsuits. 

More Reasons Arlington Relies on Rocky 

Our lead attorney and founder of our law firm, Rocky Walton, is trusted by workers in times of need thanks to his:

Board Certification

Rocky is a board-certified personal injury trial law specialist. Only around 2% of attorneys in our entire state can claim this honor. He has the acumen to win in court, and his ability to do so often encourages the opposition to settle for significant amounts beforehand. 

High Recognition

In 2023, the nationally renowned attorney evaluator Martindale-Hubbell® gave Rocky its highest peer review rating: AV-Preeminent. This is only awarded to attorneys who others consider to be elite in ethics and skill. Rocky's reputation has led to about 80% of his cases coming as referrals from those who trust him. 

Request Proven Representation That Doesn't Cost a Dime

Our law firm provides free consultations. When our lawyers take on a case, they do not charge a single cent upfront. Instead, our attorneys operate on a contingency basis. They only get paid a percentage of any verdict or settlement they obtain. If for some reason they fail to receive compensation on your behalf, you will owe us absolutely nothing. 

Rocky goes above and beyond to protect his client's pocketbooks. For example, he can provide you with letters of protection that allow you to receive necessary medical care now without having to pay the bills until after you receive your verdict or settlement. Call or write to our team to request attorneys who are truly committed to protecting injured workers. 

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More 5-Star Reviews From Arlington, Grand Prairie, and Fort Worth, TX


Roxanna Sierra

Arlington, TX


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Very impressed with Rocky and Crew!! They were there for us during every step of the process. Kati was efficient and friendly . Working with the Rocky was the best decision we made. They went above and beyond for us!

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Andrew Disney

Arlington, TX


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Rocky and his team of experts helped my wife and myself navigate the unknown to get a result that we both hoped for. This dramatically changed our lives. We can’t thank you enough.

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Texas Suffers Far Too Many

Workplace Fatalities

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In 2021, there were 533 fatal work injuries across Texas. These deaths were caused by many different factors. Our government lists the following six categories of lethal workplace injuries:

  • Explosions and fires
  • Falls, slips, and trips
  • Transportation incidents
  • Violence by people or animals
  • Contact with objects or equipment
  • Harmful substance or environmental exposure

What Is Harmful Exposure?

Many of the work injury causes described above are fairly obvious. However, harmful exposure to an environment or substance can be more subtle and hard to detect. Our personal injury attorneys are well-versed in relevant case law and can examine if you or your loved one was exposed to dangerous conditions. 

For example, if you have developed an unexplained respiratory illness, we can see if your employer has been following OSHA's permissible exposure limits. If your employer disregarded these strict rules, they may be considered negligent for exposing you to toxic air that has caused severe harm. 

Key Actions to Take After a Workplace Accident

It is wise to speak to our Arlington, TX, attorneys as soon as possible following a work-related injury. They are here to protect you and can offer key advice. Instructions they often give clients include:

See a Doctor

Sometimes, the rugged nature of Texans can work against them. After a workplace accident, many injured workers handle their harm on their own. This is unwise. Seeing a doctor can make sure any hidden ailments are found. Professional care also generates key medical records we can use to build your case. Failing to seek medical attention can be portrayed by the defense as evidence you were not really hurt. 

Stay Quiet

While not a criminal case, the idea that anything you say can and will be used against you remains true throughout a workplace injury lawsuit. Speaking to coworkers, your boss, or anyone else can only harm your chances. The same goes for communicating with insurance. Insurance company representatives may call to get out-of-context statements or offer lowball settlements. Stay silent and direct them to our lawyers. 

Protect Evidence

Photos, videos, documentation, and any other tangible evidence can help our lawyers build a better case on your behalf. For example, crucial evidence would be a video demonstrating that wobbly and unsafe stairs at a factory led to the conditions that caused your workplace injury. If you have anything that might be helpful, duplicate it on multiple devices and email it to yourself so you never lose it. 

More 5-Star Reviews For Our Arlington, TX, Law Firm


Michelle Fornal

Arlington, TX


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Rocky and his staff give 110% effort and get great results for their clients. So thankful to have connected with this caring and hardworking group.

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Elyanna Sierra

Arlington, TX


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I absolutely loved working with this law firm. Especially Kati!!! She was always so quick to respond to any email or quick question I had. The whole staff is extremely kind & efficient. Would never go to anyone else!

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Roger 'Rocky' Walton

The Law Firm of Roger "Rocky" Walton, P.C.

The Law Firm of Roger "Rocky" Walton, P.C., has been exclusively representing personal injury clients since 1987. He is proud to be affiliated with top legal organizations, including:

  • Texas Trial Lawyers Association
  • American Association for Justice
  • Texas Board of Legal Specialization
  • Tarrant County Bar Association 

If you are looking for legal representation from a top-rated lawyer in Arlington, call or text our law firm at (817) 429-4299 today! We serve clients in Grand Prairie, Fort Worth, and surrounding areas.

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