Prominent Dallas Trial Lawyer Barrett Robin Recognized as One of the Top Young Lawyers in the City

DALLAS, Jan. 3, 2024 /PRNewswire/ — Barrett Robin, an experienced plaintiffs trial lawyer from Dallas-based Hamilton Wingo, has been recognized as one of the city’s top young lawyers on the 2024 Best Lawyers Under 40 list published by D Magazine.

Robin specializes in representing clients in serious personal injury and wrongful death lawsuits, advocating for individuals and families in insurance coverage disputes. He helps them seek compensation for medical bills, property losses, and other financial burdens resulting from the negligence of others.

“We are proud to see Barrett named among the city’s leading attorneys for people who often need a lawyer the very first time,” said Paul Wingo, a partner at Hamilton Wingo. Wingo also praised Robin’s ability to find justice for their clients with care and respect.

Robin’s nomination for the Best Young Lawyers honor was made by other attorneys in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. The final selections were made by a panel of local lawyers assembled by D Magazine, in collaboration with the publication’s editors. The list does not allow for the purchase of a spot, ensuring the recognition is based on merit.

Earlier this year, Robin, along with Damian Williams, another partner at Hamilton Wingo, received recognition from for winning the largest uninsured motorist verdict in any Texas court in 2022. The two attorneys successfully represented a woman in Denton County District Court in a lawsuit against her insurance company.

Hamilton Wingo, based in Dallas, Texas, is renowned as one of the country’s premier trial law firms. Their skilled attorneys have won billions of dollars in verdicts and settlements. The firm focuses on cases involving automobile and transportation incidents, workplace safety issues, dram shop liability, dangerous products, industrial catastrophes, medical malpractice, premises liability, utility accidents, water contamination, and environmental litigation.

For more information, please contact Bruce Vincent at 214-763-6226 or [email protected].

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