Billy Dunnill, Tim Reynolds (Board Certified in Personal Injury Trial Law) and Sid Murphy have combined for over 67 years of experience litigating and trying lawsuits involving personal injury, catastrophic personal injury and death. Their practices involve liability, products liability, and trucking litigation, and focus primarily on defending healthcare providers in healthcare liability suits. They also represent physicians, physician assistants, and nurses before their respective State Boards.
Ms. Terri Harris joined the firm in July 2014 and practices out of the firm's Austin office. She has 23+ years of experience as a trial lawyer litigating catastrophic personal injury cases, again focusing on defending healthcare providers. She also represents physicians before the Texas Medical Board.
Steed Dunnill Reynolds Bailey Stephenson LLP attorneys routinely handle multi-million dollar lawsuits involving catastrophic injury or death and have tried cases in State and Federal Courts throughout Texas, including the following counties: Dallas, Tarrant, Denton, Grayson, Ellis, Lamar, McLennan, Bowie, Jefferson, Harris, Bexar, Rockwall, Wichita, Cameron, Bee, Midland, Hunt, Hall, Gregg, El Paso, Lubbock, Red River, Nueces, Smith, Van Zandt, Potter, Galveston, Fort Bend, Polk, Wood, Matagorda, Hidalgo, Sabine and Williamson with an excellent success rate. The firm has additionally handled the same types of cases in virtually every county in the State.
STEED DUNNILL REYNOLDS BAILEY STEPHENSON LLP's offices, Rockwall, Austin, Sherman are currently staffed with Twelve(12) attorneys, two nurse legal assistant, Seven legal assistants, 8 paralegals and a full support staff.
All Members and Associates are members of the Texas State Bar Association.
Joel Steed is a member of the Oklahoma State Bar Association.
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