The attorneys at the Law Office of Darren Wolf, P.C. are trial attorneys with a history of excellence in client advocacy.
The Law Office of Darren Wolf, P.C. is a boutique trial firm for plaintiffs located in the historic West End of downtown Dallas. Our attorneys appear in jurisdictions in Texas, California, New York, Washington D.C., and throughout the country. We are known for our aggressive and individualized approach to litigation.
From day one, we treat each matter as though it will go to trial. Whether you have been harmed by a defective drug or medical device, suffered a transportation injury, or been hurt by the negligence or intentional conduct of others, we will listen to you, develop a plan of attack, and advocate on your behalf. We have a proven track record of obtaining multimillion-dollar settlements and jury verdicts for our clients.
At the Law Office of Darren Wolf, P.C. we take great pride in gaining meaningful relief for people who may otherwise never get any. Our attorneys bring cases that need to be prosecuted — our hard work makes a material difference in our clients’ well-being and in the lives of others. Many of our clients are survivors of catastrophic injuries and abuse. To ensure all survivors have access to justice, we take cases on a contingency-fee basis —meaning we forward all litigation expenses and get paid only after our clients get paid. Our interests are directly aligned with our clients, and we are incentivized to develop the most compelling arguments and achieve the best results for the plaintiffs we proudly represent.
Our office has the legal expertise to investigate and develop cutting-edge claims that other law firms often overlook. By developing a deep understanding of the facts, our clients’ stories, and the law relevant to each case, we litigate without limiting ourselves to a playbook. We believe in our ability to creatively approach our clients’ cases and find a path to success. We’ve achieved some of our greatest successes only after other firms first turned down our clients’ cases, mistakenly informing them they had no claims.