Adam Pulaski
Pulaski Law Firm, P.L.L.C.
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Protecting The Interest of Americans

Trial lawyers are the watchdog for average Americans. For example:

  • The next time someone is saved in an auto accident because they wore a seat belt, thank a trial lawyer.
  • Whenever you're injured on the job and the employer is required to pay your medical bills and a portion of your wages, thank a trial lawyer.
  • When you, or your wife, daughter, sister or mother is able to work in an environment free of sexual harrassment and humiliating abuse, thank a trial lawyer.
  • When industrial facilities provide safe work environments and limit the amount of toxic exposure to employees and the environment, thank a trial lawyer.
  • When someone else causes an auto accident and their insurance company pays for all or a portion of your medical expenses and property damage, thank a trial lawyer.
  • The next time you read a prescription warning label or a food nutritional information label, thank a trial lawyer.
  • When you feel safe knowing that your children are not exposed to lead paint in homes or businesses, thank a trial lawyer.
  • The next time you, or your favorite National Guardsman or Reservist is called to active duty and upon return, has the same job waiting, thank a trial lawyer.

Attacking The Civil Justice System

The people who attack civil justice don't understand that they are attacking the very legal system that protects them as well. You could fill volumes with the reports of how civil lawsuits have led to more responsible and safe business practices.

Famed lawyer, Joe Jamail, in his autobiography, Lawyer: My Trials and Jubilations - describes a verdict that not only compensated his client but forced a product recall. He writes:

"This is the exercise of law at its most fundamental level, the protection of the public interest. If there is a distinction I believe justifies my existence on Earth, it is this: I am personally responsible for three national recalls - by Remington Arms, Bonda, and Parlodel drugs. They can engrave that on my tombstone."

Criminal Prosecutors versus Civil Prosecutors

What's the difference between a criminal prosecutor and a civil trial lawyer?

Criminal prosecutors go after the bad guys that have broken the law. Civil trial lawyers go after bad companies that have broken the rules. Both sets of attorneys perform a valuable service. Without criminal prosecutors, law-breakers would prey on the weak and helpless. Without civil trial lawyers, big companies would also prey on the weak and helpless.

Trial Lawyers Are Not Responsible for Driving Up Medical and Business Costs

Many opponents of trial lawyers claim that lawsuits are the main reason that business products and medical costs are sometimes too high. This is simply untrue. For example, insurance companies have been regularly raising malpractice insurance rates (more than 30% in the last decade), but according to an article in The Washington Monthy, insurance rate increases have been the result of poorly-handled investments by unregulated insurance carriers.

Trial Lawyers Perform A Vital Role.

Lawsuits do not hurt average Americans. They force secret, important information into the public eye. Regulatory agencies do not go looking for problems. The Food And Drug Administration (FDA) and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) do not go on witch hunts to scout out offenders and harmful products. Instead, they rely on public whistleblowers and lawyers to bring things to light. In fact, in 1999, the FDA refused to allow one of it's doctors to testify for plaintiffs in the tragic fen-phen case, and instead issued a statement saying, "Surely a smart plaintiffs' attorney will figure out how to get company insider information into court."

Attorney Profiles


Adam Pulaski - Partner

Adam was born in Houston, Texas. He was admitted to the Bar in 1991 and is licensed to practice in the courts of the State of Texas and the United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas.


Darsey Pfost

Darsey has dedicated her legal practice to uphold a personal commitment to victims' rights. Darsey received her bachelor's degree in Political Science with a secondary emphasis in studies of World History and Philosophy from the University of Texas at Austin, and her Doctor of Jurisprudence from South Texas College of Law.



Thank A Trial Lawyer

The next time you enjoy any measure of safety and security in your job or daily life, Thank A Trial Lawyer


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