Thomas J. Henry, one of Texas’ most well-known personal injury lawyers, is expanding his presence in Dallas-Fort Worth with a new law office in Irving-Las Colinas.

His San Antonio-based firm will occupy 27,000 square feet in Irving, Henry said in an announcement Monday. The office at 6031 Connection Drive is expected to employ up to 200 people within two years.

“The opening of our newest office ... marks a new chapter for the firm as we expand into North Texas,” Henry said. “We are excited to continue our aggressive growth pattern and help even more clients in Texas and beyond.”

Thomas J. Henry Law bills itself as the largest personal injury law firm in Texas, with 200 lawyers and a support staff of 350 dedicated to winning jury verdicts and settlements for those injured in car and truck accidents, workplace accidents and from recalled products. It has offices in San Antonio, Corpus Christi, Austin and Dallas.

The firm has won huge awards for clients in recent years, including a $1.25 billion judgment in a sexual assault case, $50 million and $35 million verdicts in wrongful death cases involving trucking companies, and multiple $10 million-plus settlements in medical malpractice lawsuits.

Read the full story at Dallas Morning News.

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