Texas lawsuits come in different shapes and sizes. If you are reading this because you have recently been sued in a Texas state court or in a Texas federal court, you probably know already that you have a duty to respond to the lawsuit in a formal, timely and appropriate fashion. Our TX law firm would be happy to provide you with a free consultation. Should you decide to hire our Texas law office to defend you, we will provide you with a reasonable and agreed upon fee arrangement designed to maximize your investment in our law firm’s services. Our fees to defend lawsuits are generally up front flat fees or hourly fees.
If you are looking to hire a Texas law firm because you feel that you have been damaged and may need to file a lawsuit in a Texas court, we can help as well and will also offer you a free consultation. The type of fee that we charge in these situations depends on the type of lawsuit that needs to be filed and several other factors. We file some lawsuits on a contingency fee basis, meaning we do not get paid unless we recover money for our client. We file some lawsuits on an hourly fee basis, meaning we charge the client by the hour to work on the case. In some Texas lawsuits, the hourly fees that we charge may be recoverable from the other side in the event of a successful outcome, depending on the facts of the case.
We know that there are many law firms in Texas and that if you have visited our website you are likely to visit others as well and to consider hiring other state of Texas attorneys. We invite you to review our results and to take us up on our offer of a free consultation. Hiring a Texas trial lawyer is not a task that should be taken lightly. While no law firm can guarantee a result, our past results speak for themselves and demonstrate a pattern of hard work and success. And, one of our Texas trial attorneys would be happy to speak to you about your case at no charge whatsoever. We can meet you in our Dallas law office, visit with you on the telephone, or, in certain cases, we will come to you at our own expense.