JC Judge refuses to dissolve TROs against nursing homes that allegedly failed to evacuate elderly during Harvey

September 21, 2017

A district judge in Jefferson County has refused to dissolve temporary restraining orders obtained against two nursing homes, which allegedly failed to evacuate their elderly residents as the remnants of Hurricane Harvey flooded Southeast Texas. Through The Ferguson Law Firm, the TROs were filed against Senior Care Centers in Jefferson County District Court. The hearing…

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Ferguson Law named a Best Law Firm in America, chosen in three categories

June 16, 2017

The Ferguson Law Firm has again been recognized for excellence in the representation of their clients. U.S. News & World Report has named The Ferguson Law Firm as a Best Lawyers BEST LAW FIRMS IN AMERICA for three separate categories: Plaintiff’s Personal Injury Trial Work, Plaintiff’s Product Liability Trial Work and Commercial Litigation. Managing Partner Chip…

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Ferguson Law, McKool Smith team up for $131.4M antitrust verdict

April 27, 2017

A federal jury in Marshall returned a $133.4 million verdict late Wednesday in an antitrust case against General Electric. The plaintiffs, 17 small businesses, claim General Electric tried to force them out of business through the use of monopolistic tactics. The plaintiffs are represented by Beaumont-based The Ferguson Law Firm and Dallas-based McKool Smith. The…

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Beaumont’s ‘Chip’ Ferguson named ‘top 10’ attorney by NAOPIA

March 7, 2017

Chip Ferguson, the managing partner at The Ferguson Law Firm, has been named as a 2017 recipient of the “Top 10 Attorney Award” by the National Academy of Personal Injury Attorneys. NAOPIA recognizes the top personal injury attorneys in the nation. Less than 1 percent of attorneys are selected and must demonstrate an extraordinary amount…

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Why Choose Ferguson Law As Your Personal Injury Attorney

Every case is important to The Ferguson Law Firm. Managing Partner Chip Ferguson tells us some of the reasons why.