Crain Brogdon, LLP is passionate about advocating for our clients’ needs. We understand that filing an injury claim is intimidating and overwhelming. That’s why having the right law firm on your side can be critical to the success of your case.
This is one of the most difficult times in your life. Fortunately, we can make the process of recovering compensation for your injuries easier for you. While you focus on recovering physically and emotionally from your injuries, we take action to investigate your case, gather evidence, and build your bulletproof claim.
With Crain Brogdon, LLP backing you up, you can be sure you have a qualified and experienced personal injury lawyer in Dallas working with state-of-the-art tools that have achieved international results, to recover full compensation for you from everything that you have had to go through.
We firmly believe in building relationships with our clients, and we’re committed to fighting for you to get the compensation you truly deserve. We treat each case as if it belongs to a family member and we’ve been doing so for more than twenty years.
Any type of accident that you’ve been involved in or injury that you’ve suffered from can be trusted with a Dallas personal injury lawyer at our firm. Crain Brogdon, LLP is prepared to fight for you and win. Our clients can attest to that. Our about us, is about you.ABOUT US
No matter what type of serious accident you’ve been injured in or lost a loved one to, you have the right to hold the at-fault parties accountable for their negligence. We’ll work tirelessly to build a game plan that matches your unique situation so that at the end of the day, you aren’t forced to cover costs associated with the accident and resulting injuries.
When you team up with our catastrophic personal injury law firm, we dive deep into the details of your unique situation. We’ll determine who is at fault and whether more than one party owes you compensation. As part of our investigation into your case, we’ll gather the evidence necessary to support your claim, including video footage, photographs, witness statements, safety inspection reports, expert testimonies, police reports, and more to help earn a win for you.
Our injury lawyers interpret the evidence so that it establishes liability on the part of the defendant in your case. You need to start your case off strong and you need to win. We’re here to make that happen and have $350 million in settlements for our clients. Teaming up with our firm could make all the difference in your case. We’ve helped clients across the country and are ready to listen to your situation, no matter where it occurred.
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Crain Brogdon, LLP is committed to building strong and enduring relationships with each of our clients, no matter where they are located. We believe that pursuing a legal claim is a collaborative effort between lawyer and client, and we treat our clients like extended family. We care about your spouse, your children, your job, and your personal life goals. We understand the hardships you have endured due to your or your loved ones’ accident and encounter with the legal system. Our firm is focused on securing the best possible outcome for your case so you can rest and heal from your injuries and build a meaningful life.
We’re based in Texas, but our service extends across the nation, and beyond our nation’s borders.TESTIMONIALS
We believe that for our lawyers to perform at their best and for our nation’s legal system to continue to perform at its best, it takes leaders who are willing to put in the time and effort to make progress towards improvement in daily practice and in furthering education. Crain Brogdon, LLP accomplishes this through striving to provide the highest quality of care, staying on top of current practices throughout the country, and ensuring that we have access to the expert knowledge, technology, and outside advice that catastrophic injury cases require to achieve a top settlement. With this level of trust and respect from the legal community at an international level, you can trust your case is in good hands.RESULTS
A child died due to the negligence of a home childcare center. No verdict will ever be enough.READ Story
To prove our client’s case from a vehicle accident causing tetraplegia, a state-of-the-art recreation of the accident was created.READ Story
A truck driver’s negligence lead to the death of another driver. When the at-fault party tried to place blame on the deceased, our firm got the justice the deceased’s family deserved.READ Story
Crain Brogdon, LLP has been recognized for providing outstanding representation to their clients and families from the effects of catastrophic events.
When you work with Crain Brogdon, LLP, you’re not just working with another local firm – we bring nationally, and internationally recognized insight and authority to your case. We know that what you really want when you partner with a catastrophic injury lawyer, is results. Awards and accolades are important when choosing the best attorney for your case, but the ultimate goal is to recover the compensation you and your loved one deserves. Your goal is our goal, and that’s why we fight hard for you to win.
Crain Brogdon, LLP has been trusted to provide their expert opinion for decades across many major news outlets to millions. Our day-to-day experience with the law has allowed us to become deeply involved with many experiences our clients may be facing, allowing us to be confident in the delivery of our opinions to millions of viewers on the wide array of catastrophic injury cases we take on as a firm.
No matter how horrific and unexpected of an accident you and your loved ones may have faced, we have the experience to tackle it head on.
“Not only are our lawyers some of the most recognized with awards, as being some of the best lawyers throughout the country, but more importantly, and I think more impressively, is each one of them has been asked by their peers to lead various legal associations.”
“Once in awhile, you get to fix a wrong. You get to right a wrong. You get to make a real change in somebody’s life. And when that happens, it makes all the other long hours and all the other frustrations worthwhile. That’s why I get up every morning to practice law.”
“I make other people’s problems my own, so they don’t have to deal with them. When your life has changed and you need help, our team can become your family. We will treat you like family because you’ve become family. We can be your help and we can be your team. This time and every time.”
It’s possible. It really depends on whether the other side is willing to accept responsibility and compensate you properly for your injuries. If negotiations are successful, you’ll be issued your settlement and we won’t have to go to court. But if the insurance company or negligent party fails to negotiate fairly, we’ll be ready to bring them to court. We aren’t going to let them keep you from the compensation you deserve.
As your child’s parent, you are able to file a claim for them because they are not legally able to pursue their case on their own. Although they can’t bring a claim as a minor, they are still entitled to compensation for their damages. As the parent, it’s your right to be your child’s advocate.
If you’re working with our firm, you won’t need to worry about that. We work with our clients on a contingency fee agreement, which means you aren’t expected to pay anything up front. In fact, you won’t have to pay at all unless we win your personal injury case.
If they are responsible for your accident and injuries, you may be able to sue a government agency for their negligent actions. While you can hold them accountable for your losses and the harm they’ve inflicted on you, you should keep in mind that some state laws limit the amount you’re able to recover from government agencies. Also note that you will likely have a shorter-than-usual amount of time to file your claim.
If a loved one has passed away after being involved in an accident, you might be able to file a wrongful death claim against whoever is responsible for what happened. This is similar to a personal claim, but the damages will be paid to the surviving spouse, children, parents, or estate of the deceased. Our attorneys can examine the details of your case and help you seek justice through a wrongful death claim.
Yes, in some cases. If our personal injury lawyers believe your injury arose from a car, truck, SUV, bus, or motorcycle with a manufacturing defect – such as malfunctioning airbags or defective brakes — then you can name a vehicle manufacturer as a defendant in your lawsuit, in addition to the other driver and their insurance company.
A “settlement” is a negotiated agreement between your personal injury attorney and the defendant(s) that establishes a dollar amount that you will receive to compensate you for your injuries, out-of-pocket costs, and pain and suffering. If a settlement amount cannot be agreed upon in advance, then a case can go to trial before a judge and jury. During a trial, our personal injury attorneys will argue the merits of your case and the court will decide if and how much money you will receive in damages. There are risks and advantages with both settlements and litigation and we are ready to discuss your best option.
Generally, there are two types of damages – economic and non-economic – that you could be entitled to. Our catastrophic personal injury lawyers can advise you about the amount of damages to ask for. Damages can include:
Economic Damages: Hospital, doctor, and medical bills now and in the future; Lost wages; Loss of future earnings; Property damage including your car, electronic equipment, and personal items.
Non-Economic Damages: Pain and suffering; Mental anguish and emotional distress; PTSD; Loss of consortium; Scarring and disfigurement.
Occasionally, a judge can also impose “punitive damages” over and above the economic and non-economic damages. Punitive damages are designed to punish the defendant for his or her egregious disregard for the safety of others and to send a warning to potential wrongdoers in the future who may be tempted to act similarly.
This depends on the state you are located. In Texas, it is a “proportionate responsibility” or “modified comparative negligence” state. This means that you can still collect damages even if you are partially at fault for the accident — as long as you are less than 50% responsible for the accident or injury. Each state has different laws governing this questions, but we are willing to work to find any answer necessary.
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