JIM ROSS LAW GROUP
was established by attorney Jim Ross, a former Marine, Texas police officer and Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) task force officer who had supervised local offices for some of the country's most prestigious law firms before opening his own practice in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Having developed a strong tradition of service to his community and country as a Marine and police officer, he brought that tradition to our law firm. Our dedication to excellent service is evident in every case we handle. We believe that our clients deserve the highest-quality representation and we provide this representation in a wide range of legal matters, including those listed below.
Insurance companies and their defense lawyers know our reputation for success. Over the years, our attorneys have built a record of success in even the most challenging, high-profile personal injury cases. These have included large settlements and jury verdicts that literally changed the lives of injury victims.Learn more
At the Jim Ross Law Group, our criminal defense attorneys defend individuals against a variety of criminal charges, from misdemeanors to felonies. While the legal issues our clients face may differ, our commitment to helping them mitigate the consequences remains the same in all that we do.Learn more
There are many reasons that family law clients come to the family law attorneys at the Jim Ross Law Group, P.C. Many are facing the divorce process, but others need help addressing issues in adoption, domestic violence or with Child Protective ServicesLearn more
The Arlington business law attorneys at the Jim Ross Law Group, P.C., represent small- to medium-sized businesses throughout Arlington and the Greater Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area. Serving privately-held and publicly-traded companies as well as nonprofit organizations, we provide legal counsel in commercial litigation and business transactions.Learn more
Managing your estate, no matter the size, is an important responsibility for individuals of any age. Passing on without a will (in the courtroom this is known as intestacy) can be a headache for your family, and it causes unnecessary challenges and uncertainties as your family attempts to navigate the probate process.Learn more