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Featured Cases You Deserve a Voice in the Courtroom

Featured Cases

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Though we’ve handled a broad range of cases, our commitment to our clients always stays the same. We encourage you to contact our Dallas trial lawyers if you or a loved one have been injured or your rights have been violated.

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  • “We will finally be free to hope for new things, hope for peace and tranquility in our lives.”

    - P.F.
  • “We were lost. You guided us home. We will never cease to be grateful.”

    - P.B. and B.B.
  • “You fought the battle, loved on us and treated us with compassion.”

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  • Ashcraft v. Conoco
    Facing Off With Big Oil Over MTBE Contamination The 178 people who lived in the trailer park north of Wilmington, N.C., didn’t have much. But when their drinking water was fouled by a scary new chemical apparently left behind by an old gas station, ...
  • Baker v. Children’s Medical Center
    Failed Diagnosis of Injured Child Resulting in Paralysis Little Dru Baker broke her back in a car accident with her mother and sister in 2006 near the Texas-Oklahoma border. She was airlifted to the closest pediatric Level I trauma center—Children’s ...
  • Bostic v. Georgia-Pacific
    Family Seeks Justice in Mesothelioma Death Case Even as a kid, Timothy Bostic was good with his hands, often making his own figurines to play with. Later, he helped his dad Harold do home renovations, and he continued to do such projects for most of ...
  • Doe v. Episcopal School of Dallas
    Sexual Abuse of a Child by a Teacher In 2009, a police officer discovered Nathan Campbell, a teacher at the Episcopal School of Dallas (ESD) and one of his female students—known in the case as Jane Doe—alone in a parked car. Officials at the ...
  • Gentilello v. UTSW and Parkland
    One Doctor’s Fight for Proper Patient Care A whistleblower. Dr. Larry Gentilello never intended to be one. It was never his goal to be at the center of the Parkland Hospital story, to bring the authority of the federal government in to scrutinize the ...
  • Giovanni Homes v. Oncor Electric Delivery
    Companies Can Be Plaintiffs Too Sometimes, a company will find that it’s been taken advantage of, perhaps by another, larger company. That’s what happened to Giovanni Homes, which purchased property in Fort Worth, Texas, and planned to develop it for ...
  • I.F. v. Andrew Valderrama and Isaiah Gary
    Justice Delayed, Not Denied We all like to hear applause. But for Isabella Fletcher, the clapping – from a group of people she hardly knew – had more meaning than you can imagine. Because they weren’t just any group of people. They were the jurors ...
  • Khader v. (Restaurant Chain)
    The Real Cost of Repeat DWI Offenders By all accounts, two-year-old Abdallah Khader was a typical little boy. Typical, that is, until Abdallah and his family met up with a man named Stewart Lee Richardson. Richardson had a history of drinking too ...
  • Kretchmar v. New England Cryogenic Center
    Protecting People Who Want to Have a Family No parents should have to experience what Sharine and Brian Kretchmar have gone through. When the couple found they couldn’t conceive a second child, their doctors recommended that they locate a sperm ...
  • Martin v. Medical City
    Being a Voice for One Who Couldn’t Speak Rachael Martin’s life was never going to be an easy one. But her death didn’t have to be what it was—painful, agonizing, and unnecessary. Born with cerebral palsy, Rachael was the light of her parents’ lives ...
  • Nassar v. University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
    On-the-Job Discrimination He was just a doctor trying to do his job. In this case, that involved caring for people dealing with HIV and AIDS. But there was something different about Naiel Nassar, M.D. He is an American citizen of Egyptian descent. He ...
  • Paula Becker and Barron Brown v. Greyhound Lines, Inc.
    Making a Wrongful Death Right In 2017, 25-year-old Hunter Brown was traveling to California on a Greyhound bus when the driver made an early-morning stop at the Pilot Travel Center in Central Point, Oregon. As most travelers would do, Brown and other ...
  • Poliner v. Presbyterian
    Peer Review Case Involving a Doctor Who Was Unfairly Targeted Dr. Larry Poliner was a seasoned and respected cardiologist in Dallas with nearly 30 years of experience in treating heart problems. But when he had the audacity to leave a large doctor ...
  • Reyna v. St. Joseph
    Preeclampsia Medical Malpractice Catastrophe for Young Family Lupita Reyna was in labor when she arrived at Houston’s St. Joseph Medical Center in July 2009. After giving birth to a daughter, her third child, she was sent home. But the joy of a new ...
  • Rupe v. Ritchie
    A Case of Minority Shareholder Oppression Ann Caldwell Rupe was married to a man from a well-to-do family for more than 20 years. His family never fully accepted her. When he died, she was left with his trust, “Buddy’s Trust,” which held a ...
  • Sarah Milburn vs. American Honda Motor Co., Inc.
    When Wearing a Seat Belt was Dangerous Sarah Milburn was just doing the right thing. She was wearing her seat belt. But that seat belt would change her life forever. Sarah was in the back seat of a Honda Odyssey van. She got in, grabbed the strap ...
  • Shapiro v. Alle Processing
    Workplace Accident Resulting in Serious Injury Rabbi Peretz Shapiro took a job at a Fort Worth slaughterhouse, simply hoping to make a few extra dollars to support his family. Alle Processing Corp. hired him on a freelance basis to help supervise its ...
  • Sickler v. Centennial Medical Center, et al.
    Medical Malpractice Stuart Sickler was just 19-years old when he underwent a bilateral heart valve replacement. Several weeks later, one of the heart valves started to leak (a life-threatening condition). Stuart’s parents took him to the emergency ...
  • Stacey Jackson and the Estate of Jerry Brown, Jr. v. Beamers Private Club
    Demanding Shared Responsibility of Nightclub and Driver The firm brought a claim on behalf of Stacey Jackson, mother of Jerry Brown, a Dallas Cowboys practice squad player. Brown died at the scene of a tragic automobile accident in December 2012 when ...
  • Stone v. Adams
    Serious Personal Injury When SUV Slams Into Apartment Imagine sitting in your apartment watching your favorite afternoon television show when BOOM! An SUV comes plowing through the wall and buries you in the rubble underneath it. Unable to move ...