| Todd Clement|
For the last fifteen years, Todd Clement has specialized in catastrophic trucking and commercial vehicle cases. He has been a featured speaker on trucking for the Texas Trial Lawyers Association since 2003 and has created a series of papers which...MoreFor the last fifteen years, Todd Clement has specialized in catastrophic trucking and commercial vehicle cases. He has been a featured speaker on trucking for the Texas Trial Lawyers Association since 2003 and has created a series of papers which have become a “go to” resource for the Texas plaintiff’s bar.
Todd’s safety mission extends beyond the courtroom. Several years ago, he represented a family who lost two loved ones due to a texting commercial driver. During the course of the litigation, Todd retained the leading distracted driving experts in the country and spent many hours of self-study. After a successful resolution of the case, he committed to use his expertise as an agent for positive change. Todd has become the featured legal liability speaker for the National Safety Council and at distracted driving summits nationwide influencing employers nationwide to ban cell phone use while driving on the job. His safety crusade has been highlighted in the Dallas Morning News, the Washington Post, on NBC Nightly News and in many industry safety publications.
Todd has been named among the Best Lawyers in Dallas in D Magazine every year they have been named since 2009. He has also been named a Superlawyer every year since 2009. In 2014 and 2015, he was named to the Superlawyer Top 100 DFW list for all lawyers regardless of specialty.
TTLA has played a major role in Todd’s life and practice. He is a frequent speaker for TTLA, the chairman of its Listserve Committee, a member of its executive committee since 2009 and the vice-chairman of its CLE Committee from 2010 to 2014. He was the recipient of TTLA’s John Howie Award in 2012. Todd was president of the Dallas Trial Lawyers Association in 2014.
Senate Republicans just gutted consumer rights on behalf of banks, lies on their lips and contributions rewarded. Sad day for democracy, great day for the Wells Fargos of the world.
#ripoffclause won today
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