Argyle, Texas Insurance Defense Lawyers
Super Lawyers: 2006 - 2015 National Board of Legal Specialty Certification Practice Areas: Personal Injury - Products: Defense (60%), Professional Liability: Defense (20%), Personal Injury - General: Defense (20%) Law School: St. Mary's University School of Law
Mr. McComber is a Partner at Figari & Davenport, LLP whose practice focuses on complex commercial litigation. Mr. McComber has a broad range of experience representing both plaintiffs and defendants in contract disputes, TRO and injunctive relief proceedings, health, life, and disability insurance disputes, class actions, oil and gas matters, and litigation involving commercial real estate. Mr. McComber has successfully tried cases in both federal and state courts, and has also represented numerous clients in significant arbitration proceedings.
Charles Mitchell focuses his practice on business, civil and commercial litigation, family law, first and third party insurance litigation, personal injury, wrongful death and professional malpractice. He has been listed as a Texas Super Lawyer (Thomson Reuters Legal) 2006 - 2013. He was recognized as a Tarrant County Top Attorney by Fort Worth Magazine from 2004–2008 and 2017. Mr. Mitchell is licensed to practice law in state and federal courts in the State of Texas and the U.S. Supreme Court. He is also licensed to practice in the state courts of Arkansas. He earned his J.D. degree from St. Mary’s...
Michael R. Parker completed his law degree from the Whittier Law School in 1999. He is the founder and managing partner of Parker Straus LLP’s Dallas office. His practice areas primarily include complex civil litigation, such as insurance fraud, insurance claims, bad faith defense, civil RICO, SIU, and many more. Prior to managing his own firm, he worked for Liberty Mutual and was a private investigator. He has well-rounded insight and deep legal knowledge, especially in insurance & SIU cases. Known as a leader in his field, he regularly presents on topic that include fraud, coverage, and bad faith issues.