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Albritton Law Firm is a trial and appellate boutique with offices in East Texas and the Dallas-Ft. Worth metroplex. The Firm is AV Rated by Martindale-Hubbell.
The Firm handles a wide-variety of civil and criminal litigation throughout Texas, with a particular focus on the United States District Courts for the Eastern District of Texas and the Northern District of Texas, as well as the state courts of Northeast Texas and the Dallas-Ft. Worth Metroplex. The Firm’s federal court practice includes cases in, among others, Tyler, Marshall, Texarkana, Lufkin, Plano, Sherman, Dallas and Ft. Worth. The Firm’s state court practice, includes cases in, among others, Gregg, Harrison, Upshur, Titus, Camp, Franklin, Hopkins, Wood, Marion, Rusk, Morris, Cass, Bowie, Panola, Van Zandt, Smith, Collin, Dallas, Denton, Rockwall and Tarrant counties.
We have a tremendous track record of success in both civil and criminal cases. In civil cases, the Firm has obtained over $1 Billion in judgments for plaintiffs and take-nothing judgments for defendants. For its criminal clients, the Firm has won acquittals at trial and reversals on appeal.
In addition to representing parties as lead trial and appellate counsel, the Firm regularly serves as local counsel for law firms from around the country and maintains an extremely active pro bono practice.
The Firm is committed to providing the highest-quality, ethical representation at a fair and reasonable price. The Firm, therefore, employs various different fee structures, including contingency fees (for civil cases), flat fees, project-based billing, hourly billing and blended fee arrangements.
The Firm can assist you with any civil or criminal litigation matter at trial and on appeal.
Call: (817) 251-0610
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With more than 50 years of combined experience in a wide-variety of cases, our team can help you with your most challenging and difficult litigation matters.
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