Houston Chronicle columnist Emily Pickrell interviews J. Christopher Dean of Dean Law Firm about the need for timely payouts for the victims of the BP oil spill under a new proposed settelment. To read the article in the Houston Chronicle, please
ABC 13 news reporter Tom Abrahams interviews J. Christopher Dean of Dean Law Firm about his potential prosecution against BP with his 25 plaintiffs who are all primarily in the seafood industry and have been negatively affected by the oil spill. To see the full interview from ABC 13, please
Houston Chronicle columnist Emily Pickrell interviews J. Christopher Dean of Dean Law Firm about the effects of BP's oil spill on business owners, and the GCCF's attempt to try and give out settlements to those affected. To read the article in the Houston Chronicle, please
Dean Law Firm continues to accept representation of victims of the Johnson & Johnson Depuy ASR Hip recall even though the recall occurred over two years ago. "I do not believe time is up for victims to hire attorneys who can help." Dean Law Firm represents dozens of such victims, many of whom have had a revision surgery to repair the hip.
Houston Chronicle interviews Chris Dean, owner of Dean Law Firm, about the Deepwater Horizon Class Action Settlement. Dean comments about the appareent trickle of claims being resolved three months into the claims process: "They clearly do not have the tiger by the tail, but they are making progress." Spill victims continue to hire Dean Law Firm to help them, particularly becasue the new claims process is so complex.
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