At The Law Office of Thomas C. Hall, P.C., I'm in the business of helping people. I represent the best interests of Texans who have been victimized by the tactics of large corporations or insurance companies. I represent real people with real problems caused by the negligence or wrongdoing of others.
Whether you suffered a serious oil field injury on the Eagle Ford Shale, a family member was killed in a truck accident with a drunk driver, or you are involved in a complex commercial dispute, count on me for straightforward counsel and vigorous advocacy.
Here are a few reasons to consider choosing our San Antonio law firm:
Experience: I have been practicing law for more than 30 years.
Trial skill: I'm more than willing to go to trial in pursuit of the maximum amount of compensation available. Insurance companies and their defense counsel know which lawyers will go the distance, and they often base the value of a case on that lawyer's reputation.
Results: Although every case is different, I have recovered millions of dollars in verdicts and settlements on behalf of deserving clients.
Board certification: I'm certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in the field of personal injury.
Reputation: I hold the highest possible rating (AV Preeminent*) from Martindale-Hubbell for my legal ability and ethical standards.
24/7 service: I'm available day or night for emergencies. I also provide weekend appointments and home or hospital visits as needed.
Hablo español: I offer consultations in both English and Spanish.
To schedule a free initial consultation, call The Law Office of Thomas C. Hall, P.C., at 210-981-5224, or contact me by email. Because I charge contingency fees for all personal injury cases, I get paid only if I recover money for you.
Watch as I cross-examine a police lieutenant for his negligence to send police help in time to stop two biker gangs from facing off with each other. This is a mock trial that I participated in to train younger lawyers in the science and art of cross-examination. This video is used for continuing legal education.