MDJW Recognized Again by Chambers USA as the Top Insurance Litigation Firm in Texas


MDJW has been recognized for the 10th consecutive year by the international research firm of Chambers USA as the top Insurance Litigation firm in Texas.  Chambers USA ranks law firms from across the county in more than two dozen different practice areas based on extensive independent research.  The Insurance Litigation ranking was based on the number of insurance lawsuits won at trial, on appeal, and on summary judgment by the firm over the past year, as well as interviews with insurance industry leaders, judges, and other insurance lawyers from across the state.  In the individual lawyer category, Chris Martin was again recognized as the state’s leading Insurance Litigation attorney.  Founding Partner David Disiere was also recognized individually for the 3rd consecutive year as one of the state’s best insurance attorneys. 

Our firm’s Insurance Practice Group would like the thank all of the carriers whom we have the privilege of counseling and representing each week in bad faith lawsuits and coverage matters across Texas and we want to specifically acknowledge the talented in-house lawyers with whom we get to partner each week to evaluate risks, develop strategies, and bring excellence to all that we collectively do together.  Recognition such as this merely reflects the good results which flow from a long-term partnership of the type we have with our friends and clients who work in the Law Departments and Claim Operations of the insurance companies whom we have the privilege of representing.  Thank you!

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