Lamar Jones, an associate at the firm, focuses his practice on insurance defense litigation, representing clients in cases involving personal injury and construction litigation. His experience also includes commercial litigation, trucking litigation, premises liability litigation, and wrongful death matters. An astute advocate and tenacious litigator, Lamar has represented more than 85 individuals and corporations in trial before Texas State Courts.
Prior to transitioning his legal career into the private sector, Lamar was an assistant criminal district attorney with the Galveston County District Attorney’s Office, where he first-chaired 16 jury trials and managed 300 to 400 misdemeanor criminal cases. Additionally, Ms. Jones was an in-house managing attorney for major insurance company. Lamar obtained his Juris Doctor from Thurgood Marshall School of Law in 2002. He also holds a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Texas Tech University.
“Can An Insured Recover Policy Benefits As Damages For An Insurer’s Statutory Violation If The Policy Does Not Expressly Provide The Right To Receive Those Benefits?”, KRCL Insurance Update, May 2017
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