Strategic, Results-Driven Trial Experienced Fort Worth Law Firm
Starting your case with an experienced trial attorney gives you an advantage in the event that your case is not resolved through settlement. Most legal disputes are unpredictable, and it is difficult to know how a case will progress and whether it will go to trial. At The Law Office of J. Kevin Clark P.C., we are skilled negotiators, but are also prepared to take any case to court when necessary. You can trust that we will protect your rights, your interests and work toward optimal results.
Skilled in Preparation and Focused on Delivery at Trial
With our extensive background and experience handling trials, we know how to successfully handle every aspect of your case. From investigation, through discovery, we are prepared. Our attorneys also have an in-depth understanding of courtroom proceedings and have worked in state and federal courts throughout Texas. We know that by the time a case goes to trial, our clients have a huge investment on the line. Our priority is to protect your rights and deliver the best possible outcome.
Our Fort Worth trial lawyer has handled cases throughout the state of Texas in a wide range of practice areas including:
- Family law
- Insurance disputes
- Personal injury
- Employment law
- Oil and gas disputes
Leading Board Certified Trial Lawyer in Texas
Attorney Kevin Clark has been a board certified civil trial lawyer since 1987. With broad practice experience, he is able to provide informed, forward-looking advocacy with a focus on results. In addition to his legal experience, he understands the importance of personalized service throughout the process. You can trust that he will remain attentive and available to answer your questions and address your concerns as they arise.
For an initial consultation directly with our Tarrant County insurance dispute litigation attorneys, please call 817-348-6723 or contact us by e-mail. We invite you to take action as soon as possible to protect your rights involving family law or a civil dispute.