Commercial Defense McCleskey Law Firm Lubbock, Texas

Commercial & Civil Litigation

When a dispute becomes a lawsuit, there’s no substitute for an experienced civil litigation attorney. Over the last 90 years, McCleskey, Harriger, Brazill & Graf has developed a reputation as formidable opponents in the courtroom and out.

Simply put, we know how to fight. Our commercial litigation attorneys have vast experience successfully litigating disputes in state and federal courts throughout the country, including appeals to the Supreme Court of Texas.

Our commercial litigation services include the following:

Even seemingly minor litigation can have a significant impact on a company. Our commercial lawyers have decades of experience litigating extremely complex cases, and we work tirelessly with our clients to protect their interests and achieve outcomes that are in their best interests. We are also experienced in alternative dispute resolution methods, including mediation and arbitration.

For more than eight decades, the civil litigation attorneys at McCleskey, Harriger, Brazill & Graf have provided full-service representation to businesses and individuals throughout West Texas and New Mexico.

We are proud of our reputation as successful civil litigation attorneys, but we are equally proud of being known for our integrity, compassion, community service, and the personal attention we provide every client we represent. Many of our clients have been with us since our founding more than 80 years ago. Those kinds of relationships are built on a foundation of trust, communication, and great service that endures over many generations of clients and attorneys.

Contact us to learn more about our commercial litigation attorneys.

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