Personal Injury Lawyers in Arlington, Texas
Law Firm OverviewBrandy Austin Law Firm, PLLC is a full service general practice firm located in Arlington, Texas and serving clients throughout the region, including Tarrant, Johnson, and Dallas Counties.
The firmís attorneys have 25 years of combined experience and have represented clients at depositions, hearings, and trials. Among them, they are admitted to the State of Texas and U.S. District Courts in the area.
Brandy Austin Law Firm, PLLC is dedicated to personalized service and providing clients with the best representation and advocacy possible, working toward a favorable outcome in their legal matters.
Areas of Law
Additional Areas of Law: Employee Or Contractor Accidents; DWI Accidents; Child Support Orders; Division Of Assets And Liabilities; Name Changes; Modifications; Enforcement Of Visitation And Child Support; Termination Of Parental Rights; Temporary Protective Orders; Choice Of Business Entity, Such As Partnership, Corporation Or Limited Liability; General Counsel Services; Liability Issues; Buying Or Selling A Business; Client Disputes; Medicaid Planning; Estate Administration And Planning; Probate And Will Contests; Powers Of Attorney; Advance Directives; Veterans Aid & Attendance Benefits; Guardianships.
Ms. Brandy M. Austin
Business Law, Estate Planning, Family Law, Personal Injury
Mr. Seth Crosland
Assault, Bankruptcy, Battery, Business and Industry, Business Formation
Mr. Larry Mike
Adoption, Child Custody and Visitation, Child Support, Collaborative Law, Divorce
Ms. Yesha Patel
Accident, Animal Bites, Back and Neck Injury, Bicycle Accident, Catastrophic Injuries
- Tarrant County Bar Association
- Arlington Chamber of Commerce
- Tarrant County Trial Lawyers Association
- Tarrant County Family Law Bar Association
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