The Law Offices of Frank L. Branson is a true 21st century personal injury and business litigation firm.

Led by legendary Dallas attorney Frank L. Branson, our talented team of lawyers provides clients with years of courtroom experience in high-stakes personal injury cases and business disputes.

We have secured significant jury verdicts and sizeable out-of-court settlements for injured individuals and their families in cases involving trucking and transportation accidents, dangerous and defective products, construction accidents, commercial plane crashes, explosions and burns caused by gas and electric power utilities, medical negligence, workplace catastrophes, and business disputes. Our expertise and track record in these cases is why The Law Offices of Frank L. Branson is one of the nation’s most respected trial firms.

We devote formidable resources to every case, including work from our staff that includes an investigator, nurse, medical illustrator, computer-generated graphics professional and a videographer. In addition, we sometimes retain outside professionals, depending on the nature of the case.

Working as a coordinated team, we are able to transform even the most complicated disputes and legal arguments into compelling evidence that not only tells jurors what happened, but also shows them how it happened. We bring together computer animation, three-dimensional models, video recreations, and lifelike illustrations to make sure that judges and juries take notice.

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    A recent in-depth profile published by The Texas Lawbook set out to uncover the secrets behind Frank and Debbie Branson’s success in both marriage and business.  (Read More)

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    In this ABC World News report, Dallas attorney Frank Branson discusses his investigation surrounding the death of Rosa Esparza, who was killed when she was thrown from her seat...  (Read More)

  • FMCSA’s ‘Operation Quick...

    In April, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration deployed more than 50 specially trained safety investigators to look into “high-risk” passenger carriers, and that...  (Read More)