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Liles Harris PLLC

Kevin W. Liles is Board Certified in Texas Personal Injury Law by the Texas Board of Specialization, AV rated by Martindale Hubbell, and recognized as a Super Lawyer in Texas Monthly magazine (past 9 years)
With over 30 years of experience representing catastrophically injured clients, Bryan K. Harris has successfully tried numerous cases nationwide involving auto product liability, workplace and refinery explosions, liquor law liability.
Stuart R. White has been named a Super Lawyer in Texas Monthly magazine and represents clients nationwide.

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Kevin W Liles

Partner

T. 3618260100
F. 3618260101
kliles@lilesharris.com
http://www.lilesharris.com

Kevin W. Liles has been representing plaintiffs in litigation matters for nearly 20 years.  He represented clients nationwide directly, and through the referral joint venture attorneys, in matters involving 18 wheeler and commercial vehicle crashes, auto products liability cases, workplace negligence, refinery explosions, liquor law cases, among others.  Aggressively pursuing a case from the beginning through trial defines the firm's approach to litigation strategy, and combined with compassionate representation of clients, has lead to success for clients and rewarding and recurring joint venture relationships with referring counsel.

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Bryan K. Harris

Partner

T. 3618260100
F. 3618260101
bkharris@lilesharris.com
http://www.lilesharris.com

Bryan K. Harris has successfully represented nationwide catastrophically injured clients and their loved ones for over 30 years.  His successful trial career -- including his holding a county record verdict in an auto product liability case -- and list of settlements result from a tenacious and thorough preparation of his cases for trial.  Because of his experience and the firm's resources, he actively litigates 18 wheeler and commercial vehicle crashes, oil field workplace negligence, dram shop liability cases, and product liability safety defect claims.