Thank you for your efforts the past several years defending this case culminating in our unanimous defense verdict yesterday afternoon.

Bill Chamblee and Annik Morgan:  Thank you for your efforts the past several years defending this case culminating in our unanimous defense verdict yesterday afternoon. Bill, you tried a wonderful case. You put the complex evidence before the jury in understandable terms. Your closing remarks were powerful. Annik, your work-up and relentless search to find […]

I want to take this opportunity to thank you for your recent win.

Bill Chamblee: I want to take this opportunity to thank you for your recent win. Your perseverance permits us to successfully uphold our pledge to treat our insureds fairly by providing them an outstanding defense. Each trial win is extremely important to us, and we appreciate your exceptional work in the courtroom. Thank you again. […]

Peggy Keene’s Article Published in May Edition of Texas Bar Journal

Peggy Keene was published again in the May edition of the Texas Bar Journal. Ms. Keene, an associate in the firm, actively represents clients in litigation and has over ten years of experience in data privacy and intellectual property transactions. Her article “Encryption Backdoors: Do They Create More Concerns than Good?” focuses on pros and […]

Bill Chamblee, along with Wade Crosnoe, Uncover the Truth Behind LOPs

On March 23, 2021, Bill Chamblee, along with Wade Crosnoe, uncover the truth behind LOPs and presented same to Adjusters. The objective of this presentation is to inform and educate the Dallas CPCU Society Chapter (which includes insurance claims adjusters and insurance underwriters) about the increasing use of letters of protection in personal-injury litigation defended […]

Bill Chamblee Comments on Techniques to Avoid Medical Malpractice Claims

Patients who feels their concerns are directly acknowledged and addressed are less likely to resort to litigation says the firm’s Bill Chamblee in an interview with Healthcare Risk Management. “Being forthcoming and honest with patients can go a long way,” he says. When a patient leaves the physician’s office after a negative interaction, he or […]

Peggy Keene’s Article Published in Texas Bar Journal

The firm’s Peggy Keene was published in the March edition of the Texas Bar Journal. Ms. Keene, an associate in the firm, actively represents clients in litigation. Her article “Facial Recognition Software: Cities Trend to Ban the Technology in Public” focuses on biometric privacy issues and the law. To read the entire article, please click […]