Bill Berenson, who is one of the top personal injury attorneys in Fort Worth, has obtained tens of millions of dollars for his clients in 40+ years.
He only represents the injured victims of car, truck, 18-wheeler, motorcycle, and pedestrian collisions, some in high-profile crashes like the one caused by the “Affluenza Teen.”
Bill became one of the very limited number of attorneys certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in Personal Injury Trial Law 25 years ago.
He has received more 5 star reviews on Google, AVVO, and other rating sites than any other injury lawyer in Fort Worth.
Bill grew up in Nashville and graduated with honors in 1976 from the University of Texas at Austin. He received his law degree from Southern Methodist University in 1979, then moved to Fort Worth where he defended insurance companies and businesses for a large firm.
But Bill wanted to help the people who had been hurt and taken advantage of by these giant companies, so he decided to open his own law office in 1982. He has successfully run his practice been in the same location on University Drive in Fort Worth since that time.
Bill also believes in helping others and has donated hundreds of thousands of dollars and many hours to charities, schools, and non-profit organizations.
He has served on the board of directors of the Texas Trial Lawyers Association for 15+ years, the regional board of Mothers Against Drunk Driving, and other boards.
Bill is proud to be an Eagle Scout, Sunday School teacher, and married for over 30 years.
On those rare days when he is not in the office or court helping his injured clients, Bill has run a marathon in all 50 states (qualifying for the Boston Marathon in 40 of them), cycles, and travels.
J.D., Southern Methodist University School of Law, Dallas, Texas, 1979
B.A. With Honors, University of Texas at Austin Plan II Honors Program, 1976
Jones v. Bush, 122 F.Supp.2d 713 (N.D.Tx.2000), aff’d 244 F.3d 134, cert. den. 531 U.S. 1062 (2001)
Reported on the front page of the Wall Street Journal and other newspapers.
Adopter and Sponsor, Rufino Mendoza Elementary School
Volunteer Attorney, Hurricane Katrina Disaster Relief
Volunteer Attorney, West Texas Legal Services
Life Member, Tarrant County Bar Association
Begin with a free case review
Collect all records and evidence regarding your case
The other party will either accept or reject the demand, or provide a counteroffer
If they refuse to pay what you deserve, we’ll go to court
Each party will compile and submit evidence to be used in the trial
Before trial, an informal proceeding will take place to see if both parties can come to an agreement
If a settlement cannot be reached, we will fight for you in trial
While we are proud to call Fort Worth home, we are also more than happy to help injured people living all throughout Texas. Whether it's a car accident on the interstate or a backcountry road, we have years of experience and will fight tirelessly until our clients get what they deserve!