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Quentin Brogdon

Crain Brogdon Rogers, LLP
3400 Carlisle, Suite 200
Dallas, Texas 75204

214-598-1009
qbrogdon@cbrlawfirm.com
www.cbrlawfirm.com

EDUCATION 

B.A. - Rice University; J.D., M.B.A. (with honors) - University of Houston; Assoc. Editor, Houston Law Review

BOARD CERTIFICATIONS 

Personal Injury Trial - Texas Board of Legal Specialization;  Civil Trial - National Board of Trial Advocates 

HONORS AND PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES 

American College of Trial Lawyers - Fellow

International Academy of Trial Lawyers - Fellow

International Society of Barristers - Fellow

The Best Lawyers in America - Personal Injury Litigation

Texas Monthly Super Lawyer - 2003-Present (Top 100 Super Lawyers in Texas - 2013-Present)

Lawdragon Magazine 500 Leading Plaintiffs' Lawyers in America - 2007

Lawdragon Magazine 500 Leading Plaintiffs' Consumer Lawyers in America - 2019

The National Trial Lawyers - Top 100 Texas Trial Lawyers - 2011-Present

D Magazine - “Best Lawyers in Dallas” - 2014-Present

“President-Elect, Texas Trial Lawyers Association – 2021"

President & Executive Committee Member, American Board of Trial Advocates, Dallas Chapter -2017

President, Dallas Trial Lawyers Association - 2007-2008

Vice President - Finance, Texas Trial Lawyers Association - 2013-14

AV-Rated Preeminent - Martindale-Hubbell

Standing Ovation Award - State Bar of Texas CLE Program

State Bar of Texas Pattern Jury Charge Committee - Business, Consumer & Employment - 2007-2009

President, Association of Plaintiff Interstate Trucking Lawyers of America – 2018-2019

PUBLICATIONS 

“Employer Liability for an Employee’s Assault,” Texas Lawyer, July 2021.

“New Texas Rules Bring More Expedited Trials and Federalization to Personal Injury cases,” Texas Lawyer, January 2021.

"Dram Shop Cases: Rattlesnakes Loose in Shopping Malls," Dallas Bar Association Headnotes, December 2020.

“Should Democrats Pack the Supreme Court if Biden Wins?” Texas Lawyer, October 2020.

“Collision Avoidance Technology Systems Should Now be Standard Equipment on All Large Trucks,” Texas Lawyer, September 2020.

“Mandatory Online Jury Trials: An Idea Whose Time Has Not Come,” Texas Lawyer, August 2020.

“The GOP’s COVID-19 Immunity Bill: Unfair, Unnecessary and Unsafe,” Texas Lawyer, August 2020.

“Screeching Halt: Lyft and Uber Putting Profits Over Safety of Passengers,” Texas Lawyer, July 2020.

“Truck Driving Could be the Next New Desk Job,” Texas Lawyer, July 2020. 

“COVID-19 Lawsuit Immunity: When Nobody is Accountable, Nobody is Safe,” Texas Lawyer, June 2020.

“Law in the Time of Corona,” Texas Lawyer, May 2020.

“Fifth Circuit Blesses ‘Snap Removal’ by Out-of-State Defendants,” Texas Lawyer, May 2020.

“Preparing the Plaintiff to Testify,” The Advocate, State Bar of Texas Litigation Section, Spring 2020.

“Liability When the Uber or Lyft Driver is an Outlaw,” Texas Lawyer, December 2019

“When an Autonomous Vehicle Crashes, Who Pays for Damages?” Texas Lawyer, August 2018. 

“Setting the Table in Catastrophic Truck Crash Cases,” Texas Lawyer, October 2017. 

“Buckle Up: Seat Belt Evidence Now Admissible,” Texas Lawyer, August 2017.

“Joint and Several Liability for Indivisible Injuries,” Texas Lawyer, February 2017.

“Holding Trucking Companies Directly Liable,” Texas Lawyer, 2016.

“13 Must-Ask Questions Before Enlisting an Expert Witness,” Texas Lawyer, 2016

“Five Ways to Impeach a Witness,” Texas Lawyer, 2016

“New Day in Federal Civil Procedure,” Texas Lawyer, 2016

“The Collateral Source Rule’s Exception,” Texas Lawyer, 2015

“Impact of Convictions in Civil Trials,” Texas Lawyer, 2015

“Experts and Inadmissible Underlying Data,” Texas Lawyer, 2015

“Hurdles for Premises Liability,” Texas Lawyer, 2015

“Parallel Criminal and Civil Cases: Which Goes First?” Texas Lawyer, 2015

“New Approach to Prior Inconsistent Statements,” Texas Lawyer, 2015

“The Unlawful Acts Doctrine in Texas: Dead or Alive?” Texas Lawyer, 2015

“Phantom Defendants: Responsible Third Parties,” Texas Lawyer, 2015

“Clearing a Hurdle In Bystander Cases,” Texas Lawyer, 2014

“Information Acted On Is Not Hearsay,” Texas Lawyer, 2014

“When is Enough Enough? How to Prove Causation With Temporal Proximity and Lay Testimony,” Texas Lawyer, 2014

“How to Win Wrongful-Death, Survival Damages,” Texas Lawyer, 2014

“Personal Injury: Stowers and Multiple Defendants,” Texas Lawyer, 2013

“Maximize the Effectiveness of Opening Argument,” Texas Lawyer, 2013

“Admissibility of Other Similar Incidents in Civil Litigation,” Texas Lawyer, 2013

“Innocent-Retailer Protection, Jurisdiction and Removal,” Texas Lawyer, 2013

“How to Break Down Issues in Component-Parts Cases,” Texas Lawyer, 2013

Understanding the Dram Shop Act’s Safe Harbor,” Texas Lawyer,  2013

“Fear of Commitment Questions in Voir Dire,” Texas Lawyer, 2012

“What Attorneys Can’t Say In Closing Arguments,” Texas Lawyer, 2012

“How to Handle Physical and Mental Examinations,” Texas Lawyer, 2012

“Objecting to the Admission of Harmful Evidence,” Texas Lawyer, 2012

“Tactical Considerations in Depositions,” Texas Lawyer, 2012

“Deposition Strategies in State and Federal Court,” Texas Lawyer, 2012

“Overcome Fear Factor in Adverse Expert Cross-Examination,” Texas Lawyer, 2011

“Seven Deadly Myths of Cross-Examination,” Texas Lawyer, 2011

“Think Strategy in a Post-H.B. 274 World,” Texas Lawyer, 2011

“Questions to Ask Police Officers in Car Wreck Cases,” Texas Lawyer, 2011

“Set-Aside Scuffles,” Texas Lawyer, 2010

“Trial Lawyer as Secret Agent: Techniques Litigators Can Learn From Spies and Detectives,” Texas Lawyer,  2010

“My Atticus Finch Moment,” Texas Lawyer, 2006

“Time Limits on Voir Dire Trade Justice for Efficiency,” Texas Lawyer, 2005

“Factual Sufficiency Review by the Supreme Court,” Texas Lawyer, 2005

“The New Good Samaritans: HB 4's Protections for Emergency Medical Care,” Texas Lawyer, 2004

“Why do Jurors Blame the Victim?” 39 Trial 52 (Dec. 2003)

Palacios and Article 4590i Expert Reports: Trying to Make a Silk Purse Out of a Sow’s Ear,” 65 Tex. B.J. 512 (2002)

“A Reply to a Flawed Defense of Sponsorship Theory,” 63 Tex. B.J. 756 (2000)

“Inoculating Against Bad Facts: Brilliant Trial Strategy or Misguided Dogma?” 63 Tex. B.J. 443 (2000)

“Admissibility of Criminal Convictions in Civil Cases,” 61 Tex. B.J. 1112 (1998)

“Non-Subscriber Liability for Employee Injuries: Foreseeability is in the Eye of the Employee?” 60 Tex B.J. 628 (1997).