The publishers of U.S. News & World Report and The Best Lawyers in America have recognized Sargent Law in the Best Law Firms 2021 listing, a prestigious legal guide that highlights the nation’s top law firms.
The Texas Super Lawyers 2020 edition has recognized trial litigation firm founder David Sargent of Sargent Law P.C. for his work in transportation and maritime law, an honor he has received since 2004.
We are proud to announce that Sargent Law founder David Sargent has earned placement in the 2021 edition of The Best Lawyers in America, the oldest peer-review guide in the country. Mr. Sargent is honored for his work on behalf of defendants in personal injury litigation, recognition he has received since 2012.
Trial lawyers with Dallas-based Sargent Law have secured a defense win on behalf of an Oklahoma bank and one of its executives in a lawsuit charging that they had participated in a scheme to defraud two real estate investors.
We’re happy to share the news that Sargent Law has been named one of the Best Law Firms in America for 2018 by US News & World Report! While Sargent Law is a newly formed practice, the diverse and extensive personal experience of our partners combine make us a formidable choice for defense.
The defense duo of David Sargent & Colleen McCoy obtained a defense verdict in a lawsuit styled Bobby Jack Watson v. Cedrick Drezelle Hammons. The case was called to trial last month in the 97th District court of Montague County, Texas before Honorable Jack McGaughey.
Sargent Law is proud to announce that David Sargent was recently selected as a member of the Nation’s Top One Percent by the National Association of Distinguished Counsel in 2017. This elite class of advocates consists of the finest leaders of the legal profession from across the nation.
Sargent Law, P.C., is proud to welcome attorney R. Martin Dungan to the firm as Associate. Martin focuses his practice and has represented a number of clients in transportation, labor and employment, insurance defense, premises liability and appellate matters.