“Consistently recognized among the Texas Super Lawyers/Rising Stars list of top young lawyers in Texas, Brooker has represented plaintiffs as lead counsel in state and federal courts, in arbitration, and on appeal.”
Chip Brooker is a trial lawyer and creative problem solver who helps clients resolve catastrophic personal injury claims and complex business disputes through a combination of efficient legal strategies and persuasive advocacy. Consistently recognized among the Texas Super Lawyers/Rising Stars list of top young lawyers in Texas, Brooker has represented plaintiffs as lead counsel in state and federal courts, in arbitration, and on appeal.
“My goal is simple,” Brooker says. “I work efficiently and creatively to maximize recoveries and obtain justice for your loss. Beyond that, when necessary, I am willing to speak truth to power and demand changes in the way that defendants operate, creating safer communities for your neighbors and safer workplaces for your colleagues.”
Brooker focuses his nationwide practice on representing individuals and their families in wrongful death and catastrophic personal injury cases involving dangerous and defective products, construction and workplace accidents, trucking and transportation accidents, commercial and private plane crashes, explosions and burns, and medical and other professional negligence. Brooker also represents individuals and businesses in complex business disputes involving claims of fraud, breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, tortious interference, and other business torts.
Since joining the firm in 2013, Brooker has developed a first-hand understanding of the firm’s unique approach to litigation. “Deliberate planning and preparation allow us to efficiently and aggressively pursue our client’s claims,” Brooker explains. “Abraham Lincoln—who was well-regarded as a trial lawyer—once said that, if you gave him six hours to chop down a tree, he’d spend the first four hours sharpening his ax. This is indicative of the Branson Approach. When we get to the courthouse, we have a razor-sharp focus on what it takes to prevail.”