The Fell Law Firm, located in Richardson, Texas, is full service litigation firm in Richardson, Texas that serves clients throughout the Dallas – Fort Worth and the North Texas region. Our Dallas – Richardson – Plano lawyers handle a wide variety of legal issues, including insurance bad faith, serious personal injuries and wrongful death, homeowner’s association law, landlord-tenant law, and complex business litigation. Founded in 1996, The Fell Law Firm provides individuals and businesses with legal services tailored to each client’s needs. We do not believe in a “cookie-cutter” approach. Rather, we work to develop the right legal strategy for each client’s unique situation. Whether you need carefully prepared documents or aggressive advocacy at trial, the experienced trial lawyers at The Fell Law Firm are here to help in Texas.
The Fell Law Firm focuses on providing legal representation that makes a difference and doing it the right way. We believe that strong, aggressive and results-oriented representation doesn’t mean the sacrificing of values. Insurance companies and other opponents are made aware of our willingness to go all the way to a judge or jury to get our clients the justice they deserve. This aggressive strategy along with the firm’s proven track record is a purposeful design to achieve the maximum recovery for our clients, most resulting in negotiated settlements. If we take your case, we will go the distance, if needed.
Bad faith insurance claims can be filed if your insurance company unfairly delays or rejects your claim. If this happens, as Dallas bad faith insurance attorneys, we will collect on the benefits, get compensation for damages and recover the cost of your attorney fees. Texas bad faith insurance laws cover most policies like property insurance, commercial general liability insurance, homeowner insurance and auto insurance. A track record of success at trial and in negotiations lets our firm aggressively seek compensation and justice for people who have suffered from wrongfully denied claims and bad faith actions taken by insurance companies.
If you are seriously injured or lost a loved one due to the negligence or gross negligence of another, you need a lawyer with trial experience, not a TV commercial lawyer. Insurance companies know their opponents. They know The Fell Law Firm will take cases all the way to a jury trial to recover what you deserve, rather than accept an easy low dollar settlement. The Fell Law Firm advocates for people who are seriously injured and for the families of those killed because of the negligence of another. Serious personal injuries and wrongful death claims usually mean demonstrating a willingness to go to trial before an insurance company will pay. The Fell Law Firm fights to obtain compensation for injured clients. Clients come to us for aggressive representation after truck accidents, motorcycle accidents, and car wrecks. We also handle injuries arising from the failure to provide proper security from criminal acts and for failure to maintain and keep premises in a safe condition.
The Fell Law Firm handles a wide range of commercial matters such as breach of contract, collection of past due accounts, partnership disputes, contract negotiations, and practically any type of business-related lawsuit in Texas. We represent North Texas businesses as plaintiffs or defendants in a wide range of business matters such as drafting of contracts and legal documents, litigation of contract disputes (breach of contract), construction litigation involving general contractors, subcontractors and consumers, suits against home builders for non-performance or defects, purchase or sale of a business, commercial debt collections, commercial lease disputes, fraud and other business torts, personal injury and dram shop defense, non-compete agreements, injunctions, and lien issues. Our business clients range from construction companies, contractors, landlords, and other small and medium-sized businesses of all types in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex and North Texas.
The Fell Law Firm represents landlords from large apartment complexes to individual investor landlords. We know know how to correctly and efficiently handle evictions from start to finish, draft commercial and residential leases, and handle complex commercial lease litigation. In addition, we also represent tenants in cases where landlords have failed to return security deposits.
The Fell Law Firm represents people who are at odds with overbearing Texas homeowners’ and condo associations. We assert your rights in financial disputes, help you fight against extreme restrictions on the use of your property and stand up to arbitrary or preferential actions by an HOA board.
The Fell Law Firm also represents individuals and companies in matters involving consumer fraud and deceptive trade practices, auto dealer fraud, and employees owed unpaid wages or overtime by their employer.
The Fell Law Firm offers hourly fees, contingency fees and blended agreements tailored to meet the uniqueness of the case and needs of the client. With contingency agreements, the client pays no attorney fees unless a recovery is obtained. On cases in which a contingency agreement is not feasible nor desired by the client, we offer payment by credit card as an option and convenience to our clients.
Contact us at 972-488-8177 to schedule a consultation with a lawyer at The Fell Law Firm.
Languages Spoken: English, Spanish
Licensed since 1994
Hourly ($225-300/hour), Contingent (20-40%), Retainer (Sometimes)
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|TX||Eligible To Practice In Texas||1994||05/24/2015|
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|Client Review Preeminent 5.0 out of 5||Martindale-Hubbell||2014|
|Managing Partner||Fell & Wood, LLP||2010 - 2012|
|Founder||The Fell Law Firm||1996 - Present|
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|State Bar of Texas||Member||N/A|
|Federal Bar Association||Member||N/A|
|Dallas Bar Association||Member||N/A|
|Southern Methodist University||N/A||Doctor Of Jurisprudence/Juris Doctor (J.D.)||1994|
|DAYL Lunch and Learn CLE||What every young lawyer needs to know about HOA’s||2013|