Award-Winning Personal Injury Lawyers

Attorney Brian White

There is no substitute for experience. Our lawyers have been handling nothing but personal injury cases for their entire practice, and handling those cases across the country.

Brian White is Board Certified in Personal Injury Trial Law — Texas Board of Legal Specialization, which is a qualification shared by only about 3% of lawyers.

More importantly, we have a proven-track record of winning for our clients. When you hire Attorney Brian White & Associates, PC, we put you first. Our entire team commits itself to your success. Call us today to find out how we can help you.

Choosing the Right Personal Injury Firm

It is very important to choose the right law firm. The three critical factors to consider when hiring a lawyer are:

  1. Winning track record
  2. Financial Strength
  3. Experience

Winning Track Record

We are known as being aggressive lawyers that get top results. We work relentlessly to obtain the best possible results in all of our cases. As a result of our winning track record, we are regularly hired in high-profile, large personal injury cases. A large percentage of our cases come from other lawyers and referrals from satisfied clients.

Financial Strength

Financial strength is important to consider. When taking on a large corporation, it is important to choose a law firm that has the financial resources to go the distance. We enjoy that financial position. We regularly out-prepare our opponents, hire the top experts, and undertake the necessary steps to collect and present evidence in the best possible way. We also regularly assist clients with paying for required medical treatment and even offer clients loans to help assist with daily expenses.

Experience

Our firm regularly receives cases referred from other lawyers when it appears that their case will likely go to the courtroom and an experienced courtroom lawyer is required. Insurance companies and corporate defendants are aware of our experience and court room ability and we find that they frequently “re-evaluate” claims once we get involved.