Dallas Trial Lawyers Launch Hamilton Wingo LLP for High-Stakes Cases
Attorneys Chris Hamilton and Paul Wingo join forces in ‘fight for justice’
DALLAS – High-profile Dallas trial lawyer Chris Hamilton and personal injury attorney Paul Wingo have teamed up to form Hamilton Wingo, LLP, to represent individuals and companies in high-stakes litigation.
The two lawyers’ commitment to fight for justice and their shared passion for helping people in tough legal disputes sparked their decision to establish a new law firm together. They are joined by six other lawyers and have plans to hire more.
The firm’s clients include companies in all types of business disputes and individuals seriously injured through corporate negligence. To learn more about the firm, visit hamiltonwingo.com.
“Paul and I find that we fight for many of the same causes,” said Mr. Hamilton. “We share a similar ‘take-no-prisoners’ approach when it comes to representing people who deserve justice. I look forward to the cases and causes that Hamilton Wingo will take on in the future.”
Mr. Hamilton and Mr. Wingo have previously collaborated, including the creation of Lawyers for America, a nonprofit that offers legal assistance to people whose rights have been violated. The organization sprung out of a response to the detention of foreign nationals at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport during the travel ban in January 2017. Mr. Hamilton and Mr. Wingo also represent Dallas Theatre Director Derek Whitener in his lawsuit against Target Corp. after he was violently attacked in a Target parking lot.
“I’m excited to be working with one of the most accomplished trial lawyers in Texas,” said Mr. Wingo. “With the relationships I have forged with other trial lawyers around the state, I believe we’ll form a very formidable team on behalf of our clients.”
Selected one of D Magazine’s Best Lawyers in Dallas for 2017 and a repeat honoree on the Texas Super Lawyers list, Mr. Hamilton has established himself as a successful trial lawyer in the arenas of personal injury, medical liability and complex business litigation. This year, he secured an $18.3 million arbitration award for a Dallas company. That followed a $19.7 million compensatory damages verdict for a medical malpractice case in 2016.
Mr. Wingo has made the Texas Super Lawyers Rising Stars list since 2015. An experienced personal injury lawyer, he has a record of achieving favorable results for people suffering catastrophic injuries.
The trial lawyers at Hamilton Wingo, LLP, specialize in representing people and companies in high-stakes, complex litigation, on a contingent fee basis. They have obtained more than $100 million in verdicts and settlements for their clients. For more information, visit hamiltonwingo.com/.
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