In 2005, Hurricane Rita struck Southeast Texas, severely damaging Mr. Clint Brasher’s home. As a result of the difficulty he had in receiving compensation for his losses through his insurance company, he started helping other homeowners, churches, and businesses with their claims.
He witnessed firsthand the struggle that homeowners have with insurance companies and decided that he wanted to stand up against the injustices he saw occurring.
When Hurricane Rita damaged his home, Mr. Brasher was forced to personally deal with multiple adjusters, multiple different “representatives,” repeatedly having to start over with his insurance company, and even being told outright that he lacked coverage that he knew he had.
As his frustration continued to grow, he realized that he was not the only one being treated like this by insurance companies. It was at this time that Mr. Brasher determined he needed to help others like him. He litigated over one hundred claims for policyholders following Hurricane Rita.
Mr. Brasher continued his representation of policyholders for a few clients following Hurricane Humberto and, then, following Hurricane Ike, he represented several hundred more.
From 2005 to the present time, he has handled close to 1,000 litigated claims on behalf of policy holders. Notwithstanding the number of cases handled, he prides himself on establishing personal relationships with his clients.
Clint Brasher has been licensed to practice law since 1999. He attended The University of Texas School of Law, graduating in December 1998. In his early career, Mr. Brasher’s work was focused on injury trials, shareholder disputes, wrongful termination, and claims brought under the False Claims Act.
In 2004, at the earliest possible date he could apply, Mr. Brasher applied for and was granted a Board Certification by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in Personal Injury Trial Law.
To be Board Certified, an attorney has to have practiced for at least 5 years, tried the minimum number of cases, be recommended by judges and fellow attorneys, and, once all of those conditions are met, pass a difficult exam.
Professional Associations and Memberships:
- Texas Trial Lawyers Association, Top100 Trial Lawyers
- American Association for Justice
- Louisiana Trial Lawyers Association
- American Bar Association
- Jefferson County Bar Association
- Chapter 95 and Premises Liability, Orange County Bar Association, 2008
- Maximizing Insurance Claim Recoveries: Flood and Wind Loss, Orange County Bar Association, 2009
- Chapter 95, Premises Liability, and the Derogation of Landowner Duty, Texas Trial Lawyers Association, Summer Briefcase, 2006
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