Crowe Arnold & Majors, LLP, has many long-time, valued business clients it represents in both litigation and transactions.

CAM lawyers have developed a depth of knowledge and experience successfully representing different recreational-vehicle manufacturers and dealers in Texas and elsewhere, including in administrative litigation before the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles; in state and federal court in tort/personal injury cases; and in consumer UCC warranty, Magnuson-Moss, and DTPA litigation filed in Texas state and federal courts.

CAM lawyers are versed in the avenues and strategies Texas consumers utilize to sue recreational vehicle manufacturers and dealers. They also know the types of expert and other proof required to defend consumer and other recreational-vehicle cases, including catastrophic personal injury and subrogation cases involving fires, LP gas explosions, structural defects, electrical failures, tire failures, and carbon-monoxide injury or death. CAM lawyers have also defended major recreational-vehicle manufacturers in nationwide class-action cases.

CAM lawyers have represented residential-construction defendants in personal injury cases; commercial landlords in tenant-lease disputes; a Dallas-area insurance agency in a multimillion-dollar MGA commission dispute; Texas and Arkansas citizens and companies in oil and gas mineral-interest-lease-commission disputes; multiple companies prosecuting or defending breach-of-contract or fiduciary duty claims, including claims of or against departing employees; businesses in insurance-related contractual and bad-faith/extra-contractual claims; and a national insurance company in federal MDL class-action securities litigation.

While Crowe Arnold & Majors, LLP, typically represent businesses on an hourly fee basis, its size allows it to consider alternative fee and expense arrangements, including flat-fee or contingent-fee arrangements in certain cases.