Phone: 346-202-0502 Direct
Email: Glenn J. Fahl ›
Glenn J. Fahl was licensed in 1984 and has been practicing civil litigation his entire career.
Glenn’s work ethic dates back to college and law school where he self-funded his entire higher education putting himself through school with work and scholarships. His drive is shown by the case results he has obtained in challenging litigation.
He has tried in excess of 75 cases to a jury verdict (complete case list upon request). These cases show his versatility involving diverse issues such as:
His docket includes cases involving serious injury, death, transportation, subscriber death, non-subscriber injury and death, coverage and business litigation. He has handled many appellate matters. His track record demonstrates his dedication to preparation, client and carrier satisfaction, and solid trial work in the transportation and insurance defense area as well as general civil tort and commercial matters.
Of the 75 plus cases, he successfully tried to verdict 19 commercial motor vehicle trials of which five involved death, one involving a brain injury and several with serious injury. He has previously handled tractor trailer cases involving accidents at entrances of locations, one of which he tried.
He is personal counsel to several trucking companies. He leads a rapid action response team (investigating new serious/fatality accidents) for a number of trucking and insurance companies.
He has given trucking seminars and safety meetings on multiple commercial motor vehicle issues. He has dealt with many fatality accidents where the truck driver was charged with negligent homicide while simultaneously being sued for the deaths. He has extensive experience with accident reconstruction and has deposed hundreds of experts in this field as well as others.
He has been a Moderator at the Bar of Texas Advanced Personal Injury Seminar.
He has been part of the faculty for The Texas Workers’ Compensation Seminars.
He has lectured on:
EXCELLENT REFERENCES ON REQUEST
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