Brian Hargrove is an experienced accident injury lawyer that has been focused on this area of law since he was first licensed to practice. He is exclusively dedicated to representing individuals who have suffered serious personal injury, and to the families of victims who have been injured or killed including car accidents, motorcycle wrecks, 18 wheeler accident, victims of drunk driving, and more. Mr. Hargrove is dedicated to the belief that America’s legal system should work for the people, and he is committed to representing the rights of individuals. That’s why over the course of his career he has made it a deliberate choice to never defend an insurance company.
As a personal injury trial lawyer, Brian Hargrove firmly believes that education and trial preparation is the key to achieving success. He is a proud member of the Texas Trial Lawyers Association as well as several professional organizations that are dedicated to continuing education and trial preparation. Many lawyers want a good settlement offer without proper education or trial preparation, and if a good offer isn’t forthcoming they are inclined to accept a low offer or drop the case. Conversely, Mr. Hargrove’s use of cutting-edge education, strategies, and technology enable him to attain the best results for his clients.
“I provide my clients with the same advice and guidance I would give to my own mom if she were in the same situation.” – Hargrove
Brian Hargrove’s approach to his practice is based around careful case selection. Unlike some attorneys you see on TV, he does not accept every case presented to him. Rather, Mr. Hargrove personally discusses the incident with prospective clients to ensure it meets his case criteria. It’s for this reason that his clients can be certain they have his dedicated and personal attention for the duration of their case. His goal has never been to get the most clients, but instead to get the most for his clients.
Brian Hargrove received a Bachelor’s of Business Administration in Economics and Finance from Texas Wesleyan University in Fort Worth, Texas. After college he completed an internship with a nearby law firm. Later, he was accepted to Texas Wesleyan University School of Law and received his law degree in 1999.