Texas Wrongful Death Statute When you lose a loved one in an accident or as a result of another person’s intentionally harmful act, it can be difficult to think about filing a lawsuit. At the Francis Firm, we know how important the grieving process is, and we want to do everything we can to help…
Why You Need An Attorney
If you or a loved one have been injured or killed due to the negligence of another, your rights need to be protected. Insurance companies and corporations have professionals trained and willing to take advantage of the inexperience of injured victims.
Every moment you wait to seek professional legal counsel is a moment the insurance company will use against you to defend and deny your claim. That is why you need experienced and aggressive legal counsel to protect your rights and get you the maximum possible compensation.
The Francis Firm legal team can evaluate your claim, explain your best legal options, help you find medical care and get you the financial recovery you deserve. Founder Michael Francis is Board Certified in Personal Injury by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. The Texas Constitution entitles you to compensation when you have been injured due to the negligent acts of another. Do not let yourself become a victim twice.
The Southlake Community’s Personal Injury Trial Attorneys
Meet Southlake’s finest personal injury legal team
A first-generation Mexican American, Jennifer is a native Spanish speaker with a deeply rooted passion for advocating for her clients, their families and the community. As lead counsel for more than fifty personal injury jury trials, Jennifer has the proven track record and experience you deserve.
Areas of Practice
How Can We Help You?
Recent Verdicts & Settlements
With over twenty million dollars recovered for clients, you can trust our experience and proven track record to get you the maximum possible recovery.SEE RECENT VERDICTS & SETTLEMENTS
- $2,250,000: Wrongful Death
- $1,970,000: Vehicle Collision
- $1,250,000: Car Accident
- $1,050,000: Truck Collision
- $1,000,000: Truck Accident
- $900,000: Vehicle Collision
Hear From More of Our Happy Clients
After being hit by a drunk driver (twice arrested for DUI already), the insurance company wanted to settle for a ridiculously small amount ($10,000). Engaging Michael Francis was the best move we could have hoped for. It took nearly 3 years of battling the insurance company – but Michael had our best interests in focus the entire time. In the end, the insurance company settled for barely under the policy maximum ($900,000)!- Tim & Christi Lytle
I was very impressed with Michael’s demeanor and care throughout the case. I would certainly highly recommend Michael Francis as a man very much on a mission with regard to getting positive results.- Johnny Dwire
My case was a very complex case, involving many businesses. It took many years of filing papers, motions, depositions, jury trials, appeals, hours and days of research and hard work. The case went to jury trial, where we won, and after that, Mr. Francis fought the case all the way to the Texas Supreme Court to successfully defend my verdict.- Dan Benet
After an accident,
you may have a few legal questions.
Browse through our blog to get answers to your personal injury and business litigation questions.
The eggshell skull rule applies to accident victims with pre-existing medical conditions or physical limitations. It holds the party at fault in an accident responsible when the victim’s injuries are more significant than anticipated due to a pre-existing injury or a particular frailty which makes the victim more susceptible to harm. Although it may seem…
In Texas, an insurance company usually must pay your claim within five business days of approving the claim. There are generally three steps to the insurance process in Texas. These steps are: Providing notice of the claim;Claim acknowledgment and investigation; andClaim approval or denial. Once you file your claim, the insurance company has 15 days…
In Texas, the damages available in personal injury cases are either compensatory damages or exemplary damages. Exemplary damages in Texas are also called punitive damages. A court awards compensatory damages to put the plaintiff in the situation they would have been had the collision never occurred. Compensatory damages include both economic and non-economic damages, such…