"My case was complicated. My opponents were very high profile individuals with the ability to hire the best attorneys to defend their egregious actions. Michael Pezzulli did not back down, and my verdict was very favorable. He is a strategist with amazing skills. Most of the time he had them beaten before they ever entered the courtroom!" J. Williamson
"Michael Pezzulli is as good as it gets. You'll be hard pressed to find a litigator with not just the know-how but the experience in the courtroom to back it up. Ethically, you can be assured he is one who upholds the Texas Lawyer's Creed. And as a mediator who has mediated for Mr. Pezzulli, I know that he comes prepared, prepares the mediator, and most importantly, prepares his client." Barry Wernick
"My husband and I have known Michael Pezzulli for over 40 years. When representing us we have found him to be very thorough, decisive and, to our benefit, quite intimidating to the opposing attorney when necessary. He has an uncanny way of communicating to members of the jury and I highly recommend him to anyone who needs legal representation." Jan Richey
Board Certified - Civil Trial Law - Texas Board of Legal Specialization
We serve clients across Texas including, but not limited to, those in the following localities: Dallas County including Dallas, Garland, Irving, and Mesquite; Collin County including Fairview, Frisco, McKinney, and Plano; Denton County including Carrollton and Denton; Ector County including Odessa; Fort Bend County including Sugar Land; Grayson County including Sherman; Harris County including Houston; Lamar County including Paris; Midland County including Midland; Rockwall County including Rockwall; Tarrant County including Fort Worth; Travis County including Austin; and Williamson County including Round Rock. View More
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