The practice of law has taken Brian K. Walker far and wide. It initially took him to... more
The practice of law has taken Brian K. Walker far and wide. It initially took him to east Texas right after law school, where he spent a couple of years as an Assistant District Attorney in Harrison County, to handling complex litigation cases throughout DFW today, to currently serving as a reservist in the United States Air Force Judge Advocate General’s Corps, to winning countless veterans hu... view profile
Expericenced personal injury and commercial litgator. Experience with products... more
Expericenced personal injury and commercial litgator. Experience with products liability, personal injury, appeallate, and commercial cases. Board of Directors of the Texas Trial lawyers Association 2009-present. Board of Directors of the Tarrant County Trial Lawyers Association, 2007-present. Member in good standing of Tarrant County and Texas Trial Lawyers Associations, Tarrant County and Tex... view profile
Richard Schellhammer focuses his practice on construction law and business... more
Richard Schellhammer focuses his practice on construction law and business litigation, with an emphasis on design professional malpractice defense and commercial and residential construction litigation. Richard has experience in all aspects of the construction process, including negotiation and preparation of design and construction contracts, risk allocation, and project management. He litiga... view profile
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