I attended Oklahoma State University in Stillwater, Oklahoma, graduating with Bachelor of Science in Management Information Systems in 1993. In 2002, After developing software in various industries for nine years, I began pursuing my life-long dream of becoming an attorney, attending evening classes at Texas Wesleyan University School of Law (now Texas A & M School of Law) in Fort Worth, Texas. In 2003, I began working full time with a plaintiff’s personal injury law firm in Arlington, Texas, as a law clerk. While still in law school, I began practicing law under a State Bar of Texas Trial License. I graduated from law school magna cum laude in 2006, and became fully licensed to practice law in the State of Texas that same year. Since that time, I have continued to represent plaintiffs in negligence cases involving serious injury and death.
Dominguez v. City of Fort Worth
- Practice Area:
- Wrongful death
- Feb 08, 2010
- Case settled after appellate win
- Suit was filed against the City of Fort Worth, Texas as a result of the death of two teenagers who drowned after being swept off of a low water bridge during a heavy storm. The City of Fort Worth filed a Plea to the Jurisdiction, which was granted, and the case was dismissed. Case was appealed to the Fort Worth Court of appeals and the dismissal was reversed. City of Fort Worth appealed to the Texas Supreme Court, which upheld the decision of the Fort Worth Court of Appeals. The case was remanded to the trial court for further proceedings.
Mr Brandenburg represented me in a major car accident. He was able to get a very fair settlement in arbitration. I would highly recommend him to anyone.