Cole Legal Group has a proven track record of securing fair settlements for cases like yours. We got over $3 million in economic damages for a 22-year-old motorcyclist hit by an 18-wheeler and denied liability compensation. When a family home was burned down due to a defective coffee pot, we negotiated for economic damages of more than $700,000.
If you are dealing with a personal injury you are likely feeling more vulnerable than you have most times throughout your life. Your life is turned upside down. You are worried about how to pay for expenses you didn’t have to consider in the past. We understand. Compassion is a core part of the culture at Cole Legal Group, and our highest priority is making sure the other party takes responsibility for their fair share. In everything we do, we handle our cases with rigorous and detailed negotiation because we know how much difference every penny will mean to you.
Since 1992, David Cole has been licensed to practice law in the state of Texas. He chose to specialize in personal injury law to take on bloated insurance companies intent on bullying accident victims and delaying or outright denying claims in an effort to minimize settlements or avoid paying altogether. Cole is a member of the prestigious Million Dollar Advocates Forum, as well as the elite Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum, an honor reserved for attorneys who have won million-dollar and multi-million-dollar settlements and verdicts, respectively, for clients.
Since 2000, Gloria Ortiz has been licensed to practice law, and her background working for major insurance companies makes her a welcome addition to the Cole Legal Group team, where she leverages her expertise to secure maximum compensation for personal injury victims. Ortiz maintains active membership in the Dallas Bar Association, the Dallas Trial Lawyers Association, and the Texas Trial Lawyers Association. She also served as a board member for the Ellis County Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children (CASA) program, which advocates for the best interests of abused children.