Jason Franklin was honored to serve as President of the Dallas Trial Lawyers Association for 2017.

President of the Dallas Trial Lawyers Association for 2017


Jason Franklin was honored to serve as President of the Dallas Trial Lawyers Association for 2017 Jason Franklin, a Board Certified personal injury attorney in Dallas, Texas, was privileged to serve as President of the Dallas Trial Lawyers Association for 2017. DTLA is one of the largest local trial lawyer associations in the state of […]

Benefits of Hiring an Experienced Personal Injury Attorney

Benefits of Hiring an Experienced Personal Injury Attorney


After an accident, you can wander in a state of disorientation that hurts your case. You have dozens of questions to answer and piles of paperwork to sign. Not to mention, the legal procedures for an accident can bog you down and start to wreak havoc on your life. Especially after an accident, you have […]

10 signs you might have a concussion

10 Signs You Might Have A Concussion


Diagnosing a concussion goes beyond simply knowing how hard you hit your head. There are a number of mental changes that you’ll experience and that should be assessed by a professional in order to determine the extent of the trauma. 1. You think something doesn’t feel right. You may feel that you just seem a bit out […]

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Texas home insurers see another strong year but still seek limits on lawsuits


Terrence Stutz – Dallas Morning News – Austin Bureau 20 April 2015 AUSTIN — Texas home insurers, led by the three largest companies, racked up a third straight year of healthy profits in 2014, thanks to higher rates and low levels of stormy weather across the state. But the industry is still seeking legislation that […]

Texas Super Lawyers

Attorney Jason Franklin named to Texas Super Lawyers for 2015


Jason Franklin has been named to Texas Super Lawyers for 2015. Super Lawyers is a rating service of outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high-degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. The selection process is multi-phased and includes independent research, peer nominations, and peer evaluations. No more than 5 […]

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The Use of Focus Groups as a Jury Research Tool


Jury research is a powerful tool. By testing the evidence of a case in front of people like the ones who will be jurors in the actual case, valuable insights about the strengths, weaknesses and risks of a case are often discovered that allows the attorney to develop themes and strategies to most effectively present […]

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Why Choose a Board Certified Attorney?


Mark of Excellence Board Certification is a mark of excellence and a distinguishing accomplishment. Within the Texas legal community, Board Certification means an attorney has substantial, relevant experience in a select field of law as well as demonstrated, and tested, special competence in that area of law. A Distinguished Few There are more than 70,000 […]

General Motors CEO Mary Barra speaking to Congress

Could Texas’ high court curb trade-secret sharing in safety lawsuits?


By SUE AMBROSE Staff Writer The Dallas Morning News Published: 18 April 2015 General Motors CEO Mary Barra swore under oath to Congress that her embattled company would change and focus on the safety of its customers. “Today’s GM,” she said, “will do the right thing.” The promise, made a little more than a year […]

Civil jury trials rare in Texas

Civil jury trials plummet in Texas


Civil jury trials are becoming rare in Texas. The right to have disputes decided by a panel of fellow citizens is cited in the Declaration of Independence and explicitly confirmed in the constitutions of Texas and the United States. But new statistics show that the right to “trial by jury” is quietly and steadily disappearing […]

Insurance Claims

Texas insurance lobbyists have a plan you won’t like


Dave Lieber Watchdog Dallas Morning News Published:  09 April 2015 The Watchdog wants you to know that the insurance industry is trying to slide something slick through the Texas Legislature toward Gov. Greg Abbott’s signing pen that’s designed to pay you smaller insurance claims. How? By making it much harder for people with all kinds […]