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Steve Harrison

 

Steve Harrison has been a trial lawyer for 30 years. A founding partner of Harrison Davis Steakley Morrison, he has successfully represented both individuals and businesses in a variety of sophisticated catastrophic injury, product liability, toxic tort, and business litigation matters.


An accomplished civil litigator, Steve is double board certified in both civil trial work and personal injury trial work. He  is a member of the invitation-only trial organization, the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA), an organization founded to promote ethical and technical standards of practice in the field of advocacy.  Membership in ABOTA  requires civil  jury trial to verdict experience, as well as high personal character and honorable reputation. He is also a former member of the National Board of Directors of the American Board of Trial Advocates.  Steve has also been recognized as one of the Super Lawyers in Texas Monthly magazine.


He was lead counsel in the case that resulted in the largest jury verdict in the history of McLennan County, Texas, as of that date. Steve was also lead co-counsel in what has been reported as the nation’s first jury verdict to hold a bus manufacturer liable for its failure to install passenger seat belts and safety glass. 


Steve has received numerous honors over his years in practice and has been privileged to be a guest speaker at Baylor Law School, his alma mater, and at various continuing legal education programs, such as Texas Trial Lawyers Association’s Advanced Personal Injury Seminar. Steve has also testified in the Texas Senate concerning the effects of proposed legislation concerning litigation.  He has authored and coauthored numerous papers and presentations, including “The Case Against the Certified Repair Station-Plaintiffs Approach,” presented to the Tort and Insurance Section, 1988 ABA Annual Meeting, Toronto, Canada, and “Aviation Tort Law,” Texas Torts & Remedies, Matthew Bender & Co., 1991, “Removal and Remand – Who Moved My Cheese? – Practical Tips for the Prevention & Cure of Relocation Anxiety” presented at Texas Trial Lawyers Association’s Advanced Personal Injury Course, 2004, “Referral Fees in Texas” presented at Texas Trial Lawyers Association’s Advanced Personal Injury Course, 2006.


If a friend or loved one has died after ingesting Methadone, contact Methadone lawyer Steve today to discuss your Methadone death claim.


                                                               


                         

                   


                           

 


For more than 30 years, Billy Davis has successfully represented both business and individual clients in various business litigation, product liability, and mass tort individual and multiparty litigation matters. A detail-oriented, creative, and resourceful litigator, Billy is driven by tough fights and by protecting the rights of his clients.


With a unique background in transactional law, Billy has used his understanding of corporate needs and other financial matters in representing his clients’ interests in business litigation, product liability, and mass tort cases. Billy uses his numerous skills and talents to successfully negotiate and structure complex settlements in the firm’s litigation. A founding partner of Harrison Davis Steakley Morrison, he is the firm’s point lawyer in analyzing and structuring settlement proposals and in the administration of the firm’s settlements.


An honorable and caring lawyer, Billy partners with his clients to best represent their interests. He believes being responsive at all times is critical to his relationship with his clients and always keep them appraised of what is happening in their case.


If a friend or loved one has died after ingesting Methadone, contact Methadone lawyer Billy today to discuss your Methadone claim.



Zollie C. Steakley is a distinguished civil litigator who successfully represents his clients in various mass tort, product liability, personal injury, and business litigation matters. As a result of his skill and talent, Zollie has been recognized as one of “The Rising Stars of Texas Law” in Texas Monthly magazine, Rising Star Editions 2005, 2007, 2008 and 2009. In 2007, the Texas Trial Lawyers Association presented Zollie as the first recipient of the Reich Chandler Outstanding Advocate Award, an award given for professionalism, tradition, faith and a deep commitment to justice.


A graduate of Baylor Law School, with the ranking of “Highest in the Class,” Zollie currently helps in Baylor’s Advocacy Program and serves as an adjunct professor at the law school, teaching Consumer Protection.


Zollie is a firm believer in the civil justice system and prides himself on using it to best protect the interests of his clients. He cares deeply about the outcome as well as the client and never loses sight of whom he is representing. He has the skill, the talent, and the guts, as well as the firm’s resources, to take on the hard fights and some of the biggest legal challenges in the United States.


If a friend or loved ones has died after ingesting Methadone, contact Methadone lawyer Zollie today to discuss your Methadone claim.

Zollie

Steakley

Matt

Morrison


Bryan is the newest member of Harrison Davis Steakley Morrison, P.C.  He comes from a family of lawyers, including his father, Steve Harrison, a founding partner of Harrison Davis Steakley Morrison, and his uncle, a nationally recognized tax lawyer in Houston, Texas.  Bryan has developed a tremendous appreciation for the law and is dedicated to serving his clients needs with the utmost care and integrity.  His practice includes representing clients in various mass tort, product liability, personal injury, and business litigation cases.


A fourth generation Baylor graduate, Bryan met his wife at Baylor and they have a beautiful daughter.  As an undergraduate at Baylor, Bryan was active in Kappa Sigma fraternity and was a member of Lambda Pi Eta, the National Communication Association’s honor society.  He and his wife are active members at Highland Baptist Church in Waco.  Bryan serves as a volunteer fundraiser for the Baylor Bear Foundation.  His fundraising efforts earned the Foundation’s award as Rookie of the Year for 2008.


If a friend or loved one has died after ingesting Methadone, contact Methadone lawyer Bryan today to discuss your Methadone claim.

Matt Morrison is an accomplished lawyer who has built a practice representing plaintiffs in cases involving product liability, personal injury, mass tort and class action litigation.  After graduating in 2001 from Baylor Law School – where he was an editor of the Baylor Law Review and president of the Harvey M. Richey Moot Court Society – Matt’s work representing plaintiffs led to his repeated recognition as one of the “Rising Stars of Texas Law” in Texas Monthly magazine.


As a shareholder at the firm, Matt’s practice focuses on pharmaceutical litigation, products liability, mass torts and class action litigation.  To each of these areas, Matt brings a background that gives him strengths – and advantages – not often seen in a plaintiff’s trial lawyer.  His previous appellate work gives him strong writing skills that are, in the high-stakes cases Matt handles, every bit as important as first-rate trial advocacy.


If a friend or loved one has died after ingesting Methadone, contact Methadone lawyer Matt today to discuss your Methadone claim.

Bryan

Harrison

Billy

Davis

Harrison Davis Steakley Morrison, P.C.



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