The Livingston Law Firm, PC
6440 N Central Expy Ste 450
Dallas, TX 75206-4162
(214) 752-7080 www.justicewarrior.com
I am Gerald W Livingston, President and founder of the Livingston Law Firm. Wecome to my Website.
In general I handle civil matters for people who have suffered personal injuries or lost a family member due to the negligence or legal responsibility of others. Cases of these type arise from a variety of situations. For better understanding of the types of cases I represent it is hoped you will explore my website and visit "Articles" where you may read information to better understand some of the things relating to an injury claim.
I and my staff are dedicated to providing a competent and professional service to clients in a friendly, understanding, and caring environment. I want to help you, if at all possible.
There is no charge if you telephone to discuss a case to know if I will be able to help you with legal representation. We welcome our inquiry by calling my office at 214-752-7080. If I or my staff is out, leave a message iwth your name and telephone number. You will receive a return call.
Gerald W. Livingston has extensive experience in the representation of claims and trial of civil cases. From the beginning of his practice he has voluntarily limited his efforts to the representation people seeking to obtain justice from those that have legally injured or wronged them or members of their family who have been killed under circumstance that would give rise to civil responsibility for the death.
Positions - Past and Present
Mr. Livingston began his legal career as an associate attorney with Bean, Francis, Ford, Frances and Wills in Dallas, Texas, where he was privileged to learn personal injury claims and litigation practice on behalf of individuals from some of the best trail lawyers in the area. After a few years he and three others formed the firm of Ford, Livingston & Needham, in Dallas, Texas, then in in 1981 when, he as President formed Livingston & Hundley, a Professional Corporation ultimately leading to the foundation of The Livingston Law Firm, P.C. in Dallas, Texas.
Education & Background
Gerald W. Livingston is a native of Texas, reared in New Mexico, but replanted to Dallas. After finishing public school, he voluntarily joined the United States Army where he saw service in this country and in Italy. After Honorable Discharge, he returned to Dallas to continue his education and pursued the study of law. He obtained an undergraduate Bachelor's Degree in Arts and Science at Southern Methodist University and a graduate law degree from the Law School at Southern Methodist University. He was licensed by the State of Texas to practice law in 1967.
In addition to being a Trial Lawyer, he is a qualified Mediator in all but Domestic Relations Cases. Because of his long experience in the field of personal injury claims and litigation, he serves as a mediator by private selection and court appointment.
For a detailed listing of the types of cases handled by The Livingston Law Firm, P.C., please visit "Practices Areas" and other pages of the web site. For items and information of general interest, please visit "Latest News."
Mr. Livingston is a member of the Texas State Bar, the Dallas County Bar Association, past member of the Tarrant County Bar Association, the national organization of The American Association for Justice, Texas Trial Lawyers Association, and the Dallas Trial Lawyers Association. He is a graduate of regional seminars sponsored by the Trial Lawyers College of Gerry Spence; He is a past panel member of the State Bar of Texas District 6A, Grievance Committee in Dallas having served for many years, a member of the Bar College of the State of Texas and a member of the legal fraternity of Phi Delta Phi - Monteith Inn in Dallas.
Mr. Livingston is admitted to practice before:
- the Texas Supreme Court and all inferior Court in the State of Texas, 1967. - the U. S. District Court Northern District of Texas - Dallas, 1968. - the U.S. 5th Circuit Court of Appeals - New Orleans 2012. - the United States Supreme Court - Washington, D.C., 1986.
Mr. Livingston's principal interests outside the practice of law are writing technical articles for other lawyers and general information for people who visit this web site; and speaking to various community groups about legal subjects of general interest.