Experienced attorney Brad Jackson of The Law Offices of Brad Jackson in Dallas once again has been named to the annual listing of the Best Lawyers in Dallas by the publishers of D Magazine based on his work for clients in business litigation, tort lawsuits and products liability cases.
Mr. Jackson’s appearance on the 2020 list marks his tenth consecutive selection among the best attorneys in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. He is widely known for his work protecting clients’ financial interests in courtrooms throughout Texas. Mr. Jackson has been Board Certified in Civil Trial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization for more than 25 years.
D Magazine’s exclusive listing of the city’s best lawyers is based on nominations submitted by Dallas attorneys who were asked to name those “whose work you have witnessed firsthand.” Mr. Jackson and other lawyers who received multiple nominations were then vetted by D Magazine’s editors and an anonymous panel of the city’s most respected attorneys.
Recent Accomplishments by Law Offices of Brad Jackson
Since last year’s list, The Law Offices of Brad Jackson won a $1 million arbitration award for a Bosque County couple whose home suffered extensive damage based on a failed roofing system.
The firm also secured a key appeals court victory in a real estate dispute against the City of Dallas. In that case, the Fifth Court of Appeals in Dallas found that Mr. Jackson’s clients should be allowed to go to trial based on their claims that the city wrongly took more than $300,000 in property for public use.
Mr. Jackson and fellow firm attorney Cheryl Mann also published a legal commentary for Texas Lawyer newspaper about the common causes and best ways to prevent legal malpractice.
Based in Dallas, The Law Offices of Brad Jackson provides decades of experience representing clients in Texas and across the nation. Brad Jackson is Board Certified in Civil Trial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. The firm handles practically every type of business dispute, as well as cases involving serious personal injury and wrongful death.