Fort Worth is the sixteenth-largest city in the United States of America and the fifth-largest city in the state of Texas.
Rickey Brantley has been successful in helping individuals and businesses obtain justice for over 25 years. He understands when someone hires a lawyer, they are looking for an advocate that can be trusted to solve a serious problem. A veteran of more than 100 trials and many significant jury verdicts and settlements, Rickey Brantley has helped his clients resolve both serious injury and complex business disputes. His successful record is evident both in the compensation awarded to his clients and the recognition the legal community has given his efforts, bestowing on him their top honors.
855 Texas Street, Suite 100
Fort Worth, TX 76102
Problems with business partners range from disruptive disputes that affect the profitability of the company, to the destruction of an ongoing business because of fraud or deceit.
Good, objective counsel with experience in both resolving matters amicably, or successfully presenting disputes to a judge or jury, is needed in disputes about the continuation or dissolution of a business, or any fuss that winds up somewhere between the two.
A positive result with minimum negative effect on your business is the goal in any business dispute. You should hire a lawyer who understands that, and is willing to provide sound, objective advice after looking at all the issues. Working together as a team, we will work to resolve the problem as quickly as possible and work to craft a solution to keep the problem from happening again. We can do that and will provide fee options for you to consider that allows the best option for your specific problem, not just a one size fits all approach.
We keep you informed every step of the way, so we know that every decision is the right one for your business.
Call me for a consult. The initial consultation is on me.
Rickey Brantley serves on the Board of the Union Gospel Mission of Tarrant County which has been serving the homeless in Fort Worth and Tarrant County for over 120 years.. He currently serves on the Executive Committee of the Mission and is past Chairman of the Board. He has served as a Board member of the Methodist Justice Ministry, an organization that offers counseling and legal services to people who would be unable to afford those services. Rickey has been an active supporter of Camp Fire and the Y. W. C. A. He has mentored at East Handley Elementary School in Fort Worth since 2008 and is a supporter of the Paschal High School Booster Club. Rickey is a member of the Fort Worth Club and Colonial Country Club.
Education & Honors
-Texas Eastern University, Texas A & M, Baylor University
-Graduated from Baylor Law School, 1982.
-Claude B. Williams Advocacy Award
-Strasburger & Price Advocacy Award
-Baylor Outstanding Advocate Award
-Senior Class President
-Student Bar Association, a member of the Order of Barristers
-President of the Moot Court Society
-Mock Trial Team
-Top 100 Texas Super Lawyers (2006-2011)
-Texas Super Lawyers (2003-2011)
-Top 100 Dallas/Fort Worth Texas Super Lawyers (2006- 2011)
-Recognized as Outstanding Young Lawyer of Texas by the Fort Worth and Tarrant County Young Lawyers Association, 1992
-Rickey is "AV" rated by Martindale-Hubbell, signifying that other attorneys rank Rickey Brantley at the highest level of professional excellence
Memberships & Affiliations
-State Bar of Texas
-U.S. District Court, Northern, Southern, Eastern and Western Districts of Texas
-U.S. Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit
-State Bar of Colorado
-U. S. District Court, Colorado
-Board Certified Civil Trial Law, Texas Board of Legal Specialization Certification
-Board Certified Personal Injury Trial Law, Texas Board of Legal Specialization Certification
-American College of Trial Lawyers, (Member of the State Executive Committee, past member of the Professional Education Committee)
-American Board of Trial Advocates (member of the Executive Committee)
-College of the State Bar