The firm’s lawyers have persisted in their pursuit of justice for clients in cases that have lasted more than a decade, although the firm's objectives always include obtaining prompt resolutions of cases on terms favorable to the firm's clients. The firm has recovered millions of dollars in compensation for its clients, including compensation obtained for their clients from such organizations as AIG, Allstate, BASF, Baxter Healthcare, Bristol-Myers Squib, Cheminova, Dow Chemical, Farmers Insurance, GEICO, Gharda Chemical, HEB Grocery, Hunt Oil, Kaiser Permanente, Microsoft, Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing, Progressive Insurance, Southland Co., State Farm, Travelers, Tyco, and Walmart.  Cases handled by the firm’s lawyers have been cited in hundreds of published appellate court opinions. The firm’s lawyers have successfully represented clients in cases involving various liability issues and damages issues, including automobile accidents, advertising contracts, annuities, assaults, battery, bonds, brain injuries, breaches of contract, breaches of fiduciary duties, brokerage contracts, chemical products defects, contract amendments, conversion, corporations, debentures, deceptive trade practices, deeds, deeds of trust, defamation, disfigurement, drug products defects, easements, fetal deaths, financing statements, fraud in insurance transactions, fraud in loan transactions, fraud in real estate transactions, fraud in sales of goods, fraud in sales of services, fraud in securities transactions, fraudulent transfers, guaranty agreements, gross negligence, hospital negligence, insurance coverage denials, insurance policies, lease contracts, land encroachments, libel, limited liability companies, limited partnerships, loan contracts, life care plans, loss of companionship and society, loss of consortium, loss of earning capacity, lost profits, malice, medical device defects, mental anguish, mineral rights, money had and received, negligence, nursing negligence, options contracts, oral contracts, paralysis, paraplegia, physical impairment, physician negligence, powers of attorney, premises defects, promissory notes, quadriplegia, sales contracts, service contracts, slander, slander of title, stocks, traumatic brain injuries, trusts, truck accidents, usury, utility charges, utility rates, will contests, and wrongful deaths. Past results are not a guarantee of future success, and each case must be evaluated on its own merits.