Carl Adams was the Top graduate of his class and graduated cum laude at Baylor Law... more
Carl Adams was the Top graduate of his class and graduated cum laude at Baylor Law School in August 1975, where he was the Notes and Comments Editor of the Baylor Law Review. He has been Board Certified in Civil Trial Law by the Texas Bd. of Legal Specialization since 1990. He has also been rated "A-V Preeminent" by the Peer Review rating system of Martindale-Hubbell for 29 consecutive years.
My practice focuses on catastrophic personal injury and death cases, with an... more
My practice focuses on catastrophic personal injury and death cases, with an emphasis on aviation, auto, trucking and industrial equipment accidents, industrial explosions, defective products and work-related accidents. I also focus on commercial litigation, often representing minority shareholders and small companies who have suffered from the abuse of power by larger companies and i... view profile
Born in Austin in 1970, I have devoted more than half of my life to the study and... more
Born in Austin in 1970, I have devoted more than half of my life to the study and practice of law. I entered UT law school in 1992 and have been practicing law in Dallas since 1995. I am board certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. Let me briefly explain why board certification should matter to you: Your matter is important whether it is a business dispute, a death, or a... view profile
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