Practice areas: Medical Malpractice, Motor Vehicle Accidents & Injuries, Premises Liability
Rusty Reynolds earned his Juris Doctor from Thomas M. Cooley Law School and was admitted to the State Bar of Texas in 2000. He is also admitted to practice before the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas.
From his work in medical malpractice cases to his reputation as a trusted motor vehicle accident lawyer, Rusty’s entire legal career has been devoted to providing representation to individuals who have experienced personal injury due to the fault of another. His practice areas include: Medical Malpractice; Personal Injury; Birth Trauma; Gynecology Malpractice; Medical Liability; Medical Negligence; Nursing Malpractice; Nursing Liability; Nursing Negligence; Obstetric Malpractice; Optometric Malpractice; Orthopedic Malpractice; Pediatric Malpractice; Pharmacists Liability; Physicians Professional Liability; Surgeons Liability; Accidents; Automobile Accidents and Injuries; Automobile Negligence; Bicycle Accidents; Bodily Injury; Boating Accidents; Brain Injury; Catastrophic Injury; Commercial Vehicle Liability; Cumulative Trauma; Head Injury; Motor Vehicle Accidents and Injuries; Pedestrian Injuries; Plaintiffs Personal Injury; Severe Burns; Slip and Fall; Spinal Injury; Third Party Wrongful Death; Professional Liability; Professional Malpractice; Professional Negligence; Premises Liability; Health Care Liability; Managed Care Liability; Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect; Nursing Home Negligence; Hospital Negligence; Negligence; Aquatic Injuries; Electrical Injury; Motorcycle Accidents; School Bus Accidents; Wrongful Death; Insurance Bad Faith; Uninsured and Underinsured Motorists; Unfair Insurance Practices; Oncology Law; All Terrain Vehicle Products Liability; Animal Attacks; Plavix; Bus Accidents; Dog Bites; Power Line Contact Injury; Sexual Abuse; Traumatic Brain Injury; Unintended Acceleration; Whiplash.
When he is not representing his clients, Rusty enjoys time with his wife, Valerie, and their two daughters.