Robert Crain Elected 108th President of the Dallas Bar Association

Crain Lewis Brogdon, LLP is honored to announce that Attorney Rob Crain has been elected the Robert Crain 108th President of the Dallas Bar Association.

Rob has served on the DBA’s Board of Directors since 2008, including Chair of the Board in 2013. He has obtained some of the largest personal injury/wrongful death results in the nation, including the largest reported compensatory damages verdict awarded to parents in a child death/negligence case in U.S. history.

Widely renowned for excellence in the legal field, Rob Crain is consistently recognized in a variety of local, state, and national publications. Each year, he is included in The American Lawyer’s Best Lawyers in America, Texas Monthly’s Texas Super Lawyers®, and ALM’s Top-Rated Lawyer in Texas. He has also been consistently named one of the Best Lawyers in Dallas in the area of Personal Injury by D Magazine. In addition, he has received numerous recognitions from various bar associations. In 2016, he was presented with the Dallas Trial Lawyers Association’s John Howie Award for “the courageous pursuit of justice in the face of adversity.” He has also been named the Outstanding Young Lawyer of Dallas (2004) by the Dallas Association of Young Lawyers as well as the Outstanding Young Lawyer of Texas (2004-2005) by the Texas Young Lawyers Association.

Mr. Crain will be inaugurated on January 14, 2017. The ceremony, presided over by the Honorable Jerry Alexander, the 2016 president, will take place at the Westin Galleria Dallas.

Dallas Bar Association

To contact Attorney Robert Crain or another Dallas personal injury attorney at Crain Lewis Brogdon, LLP, please call (214) 301-5007.


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