Whether You Go To Trial Or Not, Your Case Needs A Trial-Ready Lawyer
While the rest lament the vanishing civil trial, AZA goes to trial.
Our 50 lawyers completed 13 trials in 2016 and eight in 2017 despite courthouse closures because of Hurricane Harvey. We’ve already had five trials in 2018. We are proud of our results and our clients are tens of millions of dollars richer for what they won or didn’t have to pay.
Even when you hope for a quick settlement, you are better off with a trial lawyer rather than one who specializes in settlement. A trial lawyer is more effective and often less expensive. There has been a lot written about this:
We at AZA would like to help you make the other side nervous. See why “litigators” don’t make the other side nervous.
AZA has the trial experience, and that can inform every minute of your lawsuit. Read why trial lawyers are important from day one.
We don’t have to evade the question about real trial experience. We are frequently called on the eve of trial by other lawyers who don’t really know juries. See an inside counsel view on the many lawyers who aren’t trial ready.
Why not just start with us?
AZA results in the last year include:
Yep. John Zavitsanos is now the primary author of O’Connor’s Texas Rules *Civil Trials 2018, the premier civil trial rules guide for Texas lawyers and judges. He could not have done it without Of Counsel Jane Robinson. Don’t go to court without it.
The art around our office has been controversial, partially because of the naked guy struggling with himself in the surf in our lobby and partially because of the female and religious themes of some of the art done by the wife of our managing partner.