Darren Anderson has developed a trial law practice throughout Texas and Arkansas focusing on personal injury, commercial litigation, insurance coverage, construction defects, contract disputes, business torts, estate planning, probate matters, and qui tam (whistle blower litigation).
Additionally, Mr. Anderson maintains an extensive practice representing and defending individuals accused in felony criminal cases including drug related charges, theft, white collar crimes, aggravated assault, and murder, in both state and federal courts.
When you have been involved in an accident the last thing that you want to worry about is finding a good personal injury attorney. At Anderson Law Firm we make that decision easy. Darren Anderson has extensive experience in personal injury litigation. He has successfully represented clients in claims arising out of toxic chemical exposure, automobile accidents, 18 wheeler truck collisions, railroad crossing accidents, automotive product liability cases, motorcycle accidents, work related injuries, medical negligence, nursing home abuse, brain damage, and wrongful death actions. With his knowledge and expertise in personal injury and worker's compensation cases there is no doubt that we are the best choice in Texarkana and surrounding areas.
Darren Anderson brings almost 20 years of wide-ranging experience prosecuting and defending significant claims in business and contract disputes, insurance coverage disputes, construction defects and engineering disputes, product liability cases, class action construction product liability cases, mass toxic tort cases, and catastrophic injury cases. He has litigated an array of business disputes including breach of construction contracts, claims under the Federal False Claims Act (Whistle Blower litigation) and claims arising out of a Breach of Fiduciary Responsibility.
With his background representing individuals and corporate plaintiffs, and his substantial trial experience in state and federal jury trials, Darren is adept at effectively handling claims on an hourly fee basis, contingent fee bases, and alternative fee bases, such as a combination contingency/flat-fee engagements.