If you have a legal matter requiring a firm dedicated to aggressively and fairly prosecuting and defending claims in court, Walters, Balido & Crain has assembled a team of seasoned trial attorneys ready to assist you. The firm, founded in 2006 by eight litigation partners, is recognized by Martindale-Hubbell as being AV® rated and is among the nation's most elite law firms, recently selected for inclusion in the Martindale-Hubbell® 2015 U.S. Top Ranked Law Firms list. This is the third consecutive year the Firm has been named to this list. WBC was named Insurance Litigation Department of the Year by Texas Lawyer magazine in 2013.
The partners have over 100 years of civil litigation experience having tried over 500 cases to successful verdicts. WBC is a full service litigation firm offering expertise in trials, arbitrations, insurance defense, coverage matters and appeals. The firm's lawyers handle a wide variety of matters in state and federal courts throughout Texas including cases involving personal injury, wrongful death, products liability, premises liability/slip/trip and falls, civil appeals, transportation/motor vehicle/car accidents, construction, workers compensation, toxic torts, professional liability, insurance coverage, bad faith, environmental law and general negligence.
Walters, Balido & Crain maintains offices in North Texas (Dallas), Northwest Texas (Decatur), Central Texas (Austin), and Southern Texas (Houston). WBC attorneys handle litigation on behalf of clients in the Dallas/Ft. Worth metroplex and surrounding counties, Houston metroplex and surrounding counties, Austin metroplex and surrounding counties, West Texas, East Texas and venues in and surrounding the San Antonio area.
WBC is committed to providing innovative and aggressive legal representation. Clients have long counted on our multi-disciplinary approach to problem-solving, along with the depth and talent of our dedicated attorneys and support staff, to create comprehensive, customized legal solutions in a timely, cost-effective manner.