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  1. Personal Injury: 50%
  2. Litigation: 45%
  3. Wills: 5%



Hourly ($300-350/hour), contingent (33-45%)

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  • Michael S. Waddington

    I endorse Brian. He is a highly skilled attorney that is well respected in the legal community.


    Michael Waddington Military Law Attorney
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  • Daniel Keith Peugh

    Brian is a smart hardworking personal injury attorney. He takes care of his clients identifying all bills that need to be paid and accounting for all compensation that can and must be recovered.Brian gets every dollar his clients have to have to put a difficult incident behind them.


    Daniel Peugh Criminal Defense Attorney
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1710 Westminster
Denton, TX, 76205


TXEligible To Practice In Texas 198701/09/2016
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
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Award nameGrantorDate granted
Board Certified Personal Injury Trial LawTexas Board of Legal Specialization2009
Award for Trial AdvocacyUS Air Force1990
National Mock Trial Team National QuarterfinalistTexas Tech Law School1987
Order of the BarristersTexas Tech Law School1987
Law ReviewTexas Tech Law School1985
Squandron CommanderTexas A&M Corps of Cadets1984
Outstanding Young Men of AmericaN/A1984
Ross VolunteerTexas A&M Corps of Cadets1983
Fish Drill Team-Texas State ChampsTexas A&M Corps of Cadets1981
Eagle ScoutBoy Scouts of America1978
Association namePosition nameDuration
Denton County Bar AssociationPresident2004 - 2005
Denton County Local Rules CommitteeMember2003 - 2003
Highland Village First Baptist Church (Finance Committee)Member2002 - 2003
City of Highland Village Charter Review CommitteeMember2001 - 2001
US Air ForceJAG Corps1987 - 1991
Publication nameTitleDate
Texas Young Lawyers AssociationLead Poisoning and You2003
National Business Institute SeminarThe Paralegal at Trial2003
Texas Tech Law ReviewWhy Congress Should Not Legislatively Repeal The Feres Doctrine: A Struggle in Equity1987
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
Texas Tech University School of LawLawJD - Juris Doctor1987
Texas A&M UniversityPolitical ScienceOther - Bachelors1984