Lawyers At Carabin & Shaw P.C. Tackle Personal Injury Cases Across Texas

December 06, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - San Antonio, TX based Carabin & Shaw P.C. is proud to inform the communities they serve that no rock will be left unturned when they seek the firm’s assistance with personal injury cases. Their team of highly capable attorneys have a wealth of experience in representing the victims of catastrophic personal injuries and tragic wrongful deaths. As such, they believe that their clients deserve an aggressive and assertive form of representation that puts them on the path to obtaining the compensation they are due. Learn more at the following link:

Carabin & Shaw P.C. is quick to emphasize that, “Our law firm doesn’t represent insurance companies or HMOs; we represent real people with real problems.” This is due to the fact that they seek to place the vast resources of the kind of firm large companies would rely on at the disposal of individuals, real people, who truly merit that much attention. With the firm’s backing, victims will be represented by lawyers who have the same reach as the parties they wish to take legal action against.”

“Our Personal Injury Law, Family Law and Criminal Law Attorneys also work hard for our clients who are experiencing these types of legal issues,” they continue. “Our goals are simple: Aggressively represent our clients, protect the rights of our clients as well as their families and level the legal playing field against bad actors and/or negligent parties.” Clients should note that this means they will have the benefit of a team of attorneys who can consult with one another when a case branches across multiple legal avenues. Since Carabin & Shaw P.C. retains the legal counsel of a variety of legal specialists, they can take on virtually any type of personal injury case without being hindered by any underlying complexity.

Their services extend to Auto Accidents, Injured Workers, Wrongful Death, Dog Bites/AnimalAttacks, Semi Truck Accidents/18 Wheeler Crash, Motorcycle Accidents and Product Liability (Dangerous or Defective Products). “Our clients rightfully expect the highest quality legal services, attention to detail, and results, all at a fair and reasonable cost,” asserts Carabin & Shaw P.C. “What sets us apart from other law firms is that we provide our clients with the best of both worlds: big firm ability with small firm compassion, creativity, care and commitment.” Learn more here:

As part of their mission to reach as many clients who need their help as possible, the firm has hired Full Spectrum Branding, an internet marketing agency, to increase their footprint in Texas and other states in the US. Based in San Antonio, the agency engages in website design, social media, and Search Engine Optimization (SEO) for both the local and national market. The agency states that, “Our team is equipped with the right know-how. We are an experienced marketing agency with a team of multi-talented professionals from marketing media experts to brand strategists. Full Spectrum Branding prides itself on developing user friendly websites and online solutions customized to meet the needs of San Antonio businesses.”

In order to provide this service, the company has endeavored to fill their ranks with some of the most talented web developers and marketing specialists that San Antonio has to offer. Working side by side with their clients, they focus on running internet marketing campaigns that stem from grounded business perspectives.

Full Spectrum Branding clarifies, “We specialize in providing marketing solutions for startup and midsize businesses in San Antonio by offering a “turnkey” marketing approach for virtually any and every need a business might have. We strive to create the best possible outcome for our customers by engaging our creative resources to achieve a smooth transition from status quo to a more profitable business future.” Clients find that the agency’s services are based on a series of five fundamental pillars that contribute to their success: communication, planning, implementation, depth testing and delivery. Learn more about the agency, their services and the strategies they employ at the following link:

Those who wish to learn more about Carabin & Shaw P.C., Full Spectrum Branding or their partnership may reach out to James Shaw of Carabin & Shaw P.C. for further details. More information can be found on their respective websites as well, and the law firm welcomes any social media users who wish to connect via their preferred platforms.


For more information about Carabin & Shaw P.C., contact the company here:

Carabin & Shaw P.C.
James Shaw
630 Broadway St
San Antonio, TX 78215
Phone: 210-222-2288
Phone: 800-862-1260

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