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Bandas Law Firm

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We Represent Injured Workers

Oil field workers shouldn’t face hazards created by owner negligence. Our lawyers are experienced in protecting the legal rights of oil workers when faced with life-altering injuries sustained at the workplace.


Drug Lawsuits from Side Effects

Drugs manufactured and marketed by billion dollar companies should not cause unnecessary harm to consumers. Our Attorneys can help.


Texas Personal Injury Attorneys

Negligently injured people deserve a fair chance at recovery. Our attorneys represent injury victims in Corpus Christi and throughout Texas.


Oil Field Accident Lawyers

Our Corpus Christi oil field injury attorneys protect Texas oil field workers against preventable injuries.

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Too often, being right isn’t enough. That’s why families and businesses alike look for strength to the Bandas Law Firm – a trial law firm for the injured.

Christopher Bandas - Corpus ChristiFounded by Chris Bandas, the Bandas Law Firm has the strength of experience, know-how, and drive. Chris Bandas was rated by his peers in the Martindale-Hubbell publication for having an “exemplary reputation” – and he has the results to back it up. Chris has secured numerous substantial recoveries while fighting for victims injured or killed by oil field accidents, trucking accidents, and defective products. Chris has made impressive recoveries for Texas landowners from oil industry giants who negligently contaminated or polluted their properties. He has also stood up for small businesses and individuals with business interests, enforcing contracts and protecting their economic rights.

"The Bandas Law Firm, located in downtown Corpus Christi, was founded to protect consumers and victims of negligence and defective products throughout Texas and nationwide. All injury cases are accepted on a contingency fee basis, meaning we only get paid if we win your claim."

Chris Bandas

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BP oil spill August 21, 2012

Bandas Law Firm Now Accepting BP Oil Spill Business Claims for Lost Income

In an effort to help businesses in the Gulf states pursue compensation for losses associated with the tragic Deepwater Horizon disaster in 2010, the BP oil spill attorneys at Bandas Law Firm are now offering free claim reviews for affected businesses throughout Texas, Mississippi, Louisiana, Florida and Alabama. If your business has suffered as a […]

Trucking Accident July 16, 2012

Drivers in South Texas Forced to Share Road, at Risk for Trucking Accidents

South Texas drivers, now forced to share the road with oil and gas trucks traveling to and from wells in areas covered by the Eagle Ford Shale, are faced with an increased risk of being involved in a serious commercial trucking accident. Oil tankers and 18-wheelers have contributed to so much congestion in the area, […]

Oil Field Accident1 June 21, 2012

Supreme Court Ruling Affects Texas Workers’ Compensation Insurance

In an important new decision, the Texas Supreme Court has ruled that employers in Texas may not split their workforces, offering workers’ compensation coverage to some employees and denying it to others. While this decision likely means lower financial awards for some injured workers and for the families of workers killed in on-the-job accidents, it […]

Motorcycle Accident June 15, 2012

Texas Motorists Urged to Drive Carefully and Watch Out for Motorcycles

For every mile they drive, motorcycle riders are approximately 21 times more likely to lose their life in a motor vehicle accident than a person in a passenger car. Unfortunately, it often takes life-altering injuries and motorcycle accident deaths for people to take a careful look at their own driving practices. The warm weather in […]

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