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Notable Results

Over the past three decades, we’ve established a long track record of successfully defending our clients’ interests, assets, and reputations. Below, we’ve assembled a small fraction of the countless cases in which our attorneys navigated our clients through crucial ‘bet the business’ cases — and came through for them when it mattered most.

Hartline Barger Obtains Complete Defense Verdict for Major National Retailer

Earlier this year, Hartline Barger attorneys Darrell Barger, Pryce Tucker, Anna Dodds, and paralegal Michael Barrera obtained a defense verdict after a two-week trial in San Antonio, Texas.

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Complete Defense Verdict Secured in $101 Million Jury Trial

Hartline Barger recently won a jury trial in the 41st Judicial District Court of El Paso, Texas, before Judge Annabell Perez. This was a lawsuit arising from a mud racing event where the driver of a powerful racing vehicle lost control, left the track, and went through the guardrail, impacting spectators.

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Summary Judgment in Dram Shop Case in Dallas County

Judge Sally Montgomery, of Dallas County Court at Law No. 3, granted Hartline Barger’s summary judgment dismissing all of Plaintiffs’ Dram Shop liability and negligence claims against a Dallas nightclub and its parent company.

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5th Circuit Backs Major Trucking Company's Win in Slip-And-Fall Suit

Congratulations to Hartline Barger Partners Angela Gordon and David Estes, who recently obtained an appellate victory for a major trucking client in a slip-and-fault suit.

Hartline Barger Secures Dismissal of Property Damage Claims Against Contractor

Hartline Barger was successful in obtaining dismissal of alleged claims against a utility contractor on property damage and business interruption claims filed in Dallas County, Texas.

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Hartline Barger Secures Victory in Two-Week Wrongful Death Trial

Hartline Barger secured a trial victory in Dallas County after attorneys Darrell Barger and Anna Dodds successfully defended their client—Bigge Crane and Rigging Co.—in a two-week wrongful death trial.

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