Texas Personal Injury Lawyers
If you or a member of your family has suffered serious personal injury – or a loved one has been killed in a fatal accident – you need a law firm you can trust. When you come to theÂ Provost Umphrey Law Firm, our lawyers and professional staff will take your needs seriously and work hard to reward your trust.
When our Texas personal injury attorneys commit to a case, we stay committed. We know that
our firm represents our client's best opportunity for justice, and so we are relentless in investigation, evidence collection, involving expert witnesses, case building and other aspects of seeking resolution through the legal system.
Most people do not have the resources to pursue a complex lawsuit against a big insurance company or other corporation. Our attorneys deliver compassionate, thorough legal services at no up-front cost to our clients. Since 1969, we have earned our clients' trust by representing people with valid, serious personal injury claims – not the insurance companies.
Our personal injury,
auto accident and
products liability trial lawyers believe in our clients' cases, the legal rights of people and communities, and the jury system. We represent individuals, workers and families in
personal injury and
wrongful death claims due to:
Credentials, Resources and Results
Although only ten percent of all Texas lawyers earn board certification,
all equity partner
attorneys in our firm, as well as numerous members and associates, are certified in personal injury trial law by the Texas Board of Legal Certification. We work with nationally recognized experts in medicine, design engineering and safety, as well as medical economists and other experts to build strong cases and earn significant
verdicts and settlements.
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Provost Umphrey Law Firm has built a 40-year legacy of excellence and a solid reputation, reaching statewide through Texas and across the U.S. We serve clients nationwideÂ from offices in Beaumont and Tyler, Texas; Nashville, Tennessee; and Arkansas.