The attorneys at Drought, Drought & Bobbitt have immense experience. While this claim is easy to make, we are also pleased to demonstrate it. When you are involved in litigation or potential litigation, you need to know that your attorneys are successful, experienced, and have the expertise it takes to handle your issues. These are, or should be, on top of your want list for a San Antonio lawyer attributes.

Again, experience forms one leg of the three critical attributes of a great lawyer. One way to demonstrate experience is by a review of actual cases that the attorney has handled. Sometimes, you can complete such a review by looking at his or her public record. Below is a list of reported appellate decisions that our attorneys have litigated through the trial courts and in various Courts of Appeals. For each of those cases, there are many more that were resolved through trial but were not appealed or that were settled.

Our litigators handle serious matters and do so with close attention to you and your case. If you would like additional information about the experience of our attorneys, please click on the attorneys tab and thumb through the biographies.

The attorneys at Drought, Drought & Bobbitt have successfully navigated appeals in the United States Supreme Court, Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, numerous Texas, California and North Dakota Courts of Appeal and the Texas Supreme Court. Often, the cases we handle are very serious, contentious matters that begin during the trial court litigation and last throughout the appellate process. Through our years of litigation and appellate experience, we have gained the expertise to offer our clients the highest-quality legal services.

Below are several links to a few of the more than 100 published Court of Appeals’ decisions that we have handled. From these written opinions, you can see the serious type of cases we handle and just some of the successes our clients have enjoyed.

Reprinted from WestlawNext with permission of Thomson Reuters. If you wish to check the currency of these cases, you may do so by using KeyCite on Westlaw at www.westlaw.com.