Quentin D. Brogdon

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Quentin D. Brogdon - Experienced Personal Injury Attorney and Dallas Truck Accident Lawyer
Office: 1.800.522.0216
Fax: 214.521.5485
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"With our resources and conscientious, experienced approach, this firm is uniquely able to represent individuals and demand that even the most powerful corporations accept responsibility for their actions."

One of Texas’ leading courtroom talents, Quentin Brogdon is committed to representing individuals who have suffered injuries involving transportation accidents, dangerous products, or the recklessness and negligence of others. A key member of the trial team at The Law Offices of Frank L. Branson, Brogdon has earned significant recoveries on behalf of clients across the Southwest.

“Corporations typically employ large teams of defense lawyers who employ strategies to delay and drag out a case hoping that an injured individual will grow tired and accept a lessor settlement,” he says. “With our resources and conscientious, experienced approach, this firm is uniquely able to represent individuals and demand that even the most powerful corporations accept responsibility for their actions.”

Brogdon is dedicated to promoting the legal profession’s best practices and highest standards. He is Board Certified in Personal Injury Trial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, in addition to earning certification in Civil Trial Advocacy from the National Board of Trial Advocates. He is a frequently published writer and commentator on legal issues in the news. Additionally, Brogdon has served in numerous leadership positions in local, state, and national professional organizations, including tenure as president of the Dallas Trial Lawyers Association and as an executive committee member of the Dallas Chapter of the American Board of Trial Advocates.

In addition to important recoveries on behalf of clients, Brogdon has earned numerous professional honors. He has been named to the Texas Super Lawyers list of top Texas attorneys annually since its inception, and he was selected by Lawdragon Magazine as one of its “Lawdragon 500 Leading Plaintiffs’ Lawyers in America.”

Education

University of Houston Law Center, J.D., 1989
Associate Editor, Houston Law Review

University of Houston, MBA, 1989

Rice University, B.A., 1985

Experience

Brogdon is a key member of the trial team at The Law Offices of Frank L. Branson. Before joining the firm in 2002, he was a name partner in a plaintiff’s personal injury law firm and previously served as the head of the medical malpractice department of another plaintiff’s personal injury firm. After graduating from the University of Houston Law Center in 1989, Brogdon gained courtroom experience as a criminal prosecutor in Houston and also previously worked in a personal injury defense firm.

Board Certifications

Personal Injury Trial Law – Texas Board of Legal Specialization

Civil Trial Advocacy – National Board of Trial Advocates

Professional Affiliations and Honors

Selected to Texas Super Lawyers list annually since 2003

Lawdragon 500 Leading Plaintiffs’ Lawyers in America

American Board of Trial Advocates - Executive Committee, Dallas Chapter

Texas Trial Lawyers Association, Board of Directors and Fellowship Member

Dallas Trial Lawyers Association, Past-President

Association of Trial Lawyers of America

W.M. “Mac” Taylor, Jr. Inn of Court, Master

College of the State Bar of Texas

Adjunct Professor of Trial Advocacy, S.M.U. School of Law, 2002

American Bar Foundation, Fellow

Texas Bar Foundation, Fellow

Dallas Bar Foundation, Fellow

Southern Trial Lawyers Association

State Bar of Texas Pattern Jury Charge Committee – Business, Consumer and Employment, 2007-2009

Dallas Bar Association Courthouse Committee, Co-Chair, 2008-2009

Publications

Brogdon is a regular contributor to Texas Lawyer newspaper on topics of trial science and courtroom strategies. Published articles include:

“Overcome Fear Factor in Adverse Expert Cross-Examination,” Texas Lawyer, August 15, 2011

“Seven Deadly Myths of Cross-Examination,” Texas Lawyer, June 20, 2011

“Think Strategy in a Post HB 274 World,” Texas Lawyer, June 6, 2011

“Questions to Ask Police Officers in Car Wreck Cases,” Texas Lawyer, January 17, 2011

“Trial Lawyer as Secret Agent: Techniques Litigators Can Learn From Spies and Detectives,” Texas Lawyer, January 25, 2010