I represent injured clients to obtain fair compensation for them. I never represent... more
I represent injured clients to obtain fair compensation for them. I never represent insurance companies. I assisted in passing HB 1869, now the law as Ch. 140A Civil Practice and Remedies Code, to reform insurance subrogation laws in Texas and allow injured persons to keep a share of the recovery instead of allowing insurance companies to take all of the recovery through one-sided contracts wri... view profile
The Lenahan Law Firm - with its Principal Office in Dallas - helps the severely... more
The Lenahan Law Firm - with its Principal Office in Dallas - helps the severely injured and those that lost a loved-one, all across Texas & in North Dakota. Severe injury law is all we do. And as we represent only a select number of clients at a time, you will get the personal attention you deserve. We suggest asking any attorney you interview this question, "How many cases and how m... view profile
I am proud to announce my selection as a 2014 Rising Star by Super Lawyers (as... more
I am proud to announce my selection as a 2014 Rising Star by Super Lawyers (as featured in Texas Monthly). Super Lawyers only selects 2.5% of the licensed active attorneys in the state as Rising Stars making this a significant accolade. Mr. Gonzalez was born and raised in Del Rio, Texas. He is the son of two school educators. Growing up in the small, border town that was the backdrop for th... view profile
I became a lawyer in 1998 and began my legal career as an Assistant Attorney General... more
I became a lawyer in 1998 and began my legal career as an Assistant Attorney General in 1999 in the Habeas Corpus Division. In 2004, I left the AG's office and went into private practice. I am a founding member of Terry & Kelly, PLLC and concentrate on personal injury cases because I am sick and tired of insurance companies treating people badly and choosing profits over people.
I lead Slack & Davis' diverse personal injury practice, representing victims of life-... more
I lead Slack & Davis' diverse personal injury practice, representing victims of life-altering and catastrophic incidents in the areas of wrongful death cases and product liability litigation. I am an AV®-rated attorney (Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Ratings) and board-certified in personal injury trial law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.
My practice focuses on representation of plaintiffs in personal injury cases and... more
My practice focuses on representation of plaintiffs in personal injury cases and defendants in DWI criminal charges, including administrative license revocation hearings. I was born in Brownwood, Texas and raised in Terrell, Texas where I lived until I started my undergraduate education at Texas AM University. While there, I competed in and won 1st place (twice) in an international creat... view profile
Mr. Shrum attended the University of Texas at Austin where he received a degree in... more
Mr. Shrum attended the University of Texas at Austin where he received a degree in Biology. After working in the high-tech, dot-com industry 2 years and then in the House of Representatives for the 78th Session of the Texas Legislature, Mr. Shrum attended the University of Texas School of Law. Throughout law school, Mr. Shrum worked for several Austin law firms gaining experience in probate and... view profile
A personal injury lawyer works with clients who have suffered a physical or emotional injury, usually by accident or mistake. They cover cases such as car accidents, botched surgery, and harassment. Personal injury attorneys know how the insurance claim process works, they know what evidence to gather, and they know how to calculate and present a claim for damages. Many personal injury attorneys take cases on a contingency basis, which means they receive an agreed-upon percentage of the payment you receive, also called the personal injury settlement. If you don't recover any money, they don't get paid their fee. Personal injury lawyers also know how to defend you if someone thinks an injury is your fault.