Insurance Defense Law Firm McCleskey Law Firm Lubbock, Texas

Insurance Defense

The insurance defense law firm of McCleskey, Harriger, Brazill & Graf protects clients’ interests and defends them against those who believe they should pay for their injuries. But not everything that happens in life is the fault of someone else. Fortunately, the U.S. justice system allows those accused of injuring another party to a full and fair hearing of all the facts.

Our experienced insurance defense attorneys work to protect our client’s rights at every step—from initial filing, discovery and settlement negotiations, to mediation, arbitration or trial, and appeal. Our insurance defense litigation team includes legal professionals, medical professionals, investigators and others who ensure that our client’s case is presented persuasively and powerfully, and that justice is served.

A plaintiff may try to hold a business responsible for their injuries, including lost wages, medical bills, pain and suffering, and punitive damages. Our work as a leading Lubbock insurance defense firm means we have represented hundreds of personal injury defendants in a wide array of personal injury claims, including:

We are proud of our reputation as a successful insurance defense law firm, 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 insurance defense litigation services.

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