Christopher Provost - Personal Injury, Truck Wreck and Car Accident Lawyer in Dallas, Texas
Attorney Christopher Keith Provost, licensed in Texas, Georgia, and Illinois, is a fierce advocate for justice and a voice for the underrepresented. Hailing from the northwest suburbs of Chicago, Christopher's inherent disposition to challenge the conventional and question the motives behind corporate decisions underscores his dedication to standing up against powerful entities. His rigorous academic journey took him to the University of Dayton, where he graduated in 2007, followed by earning his Juris Doctor from Atlanta's John Marshall Law School in 2010. Not one to shy away from his convictions, Christopher holds a particular disdain for insurance corporations that prioritize profits over the well-being of policyholders and the injured. With a firm belief in genuine representation, he is unwavering in his commitment to championing the rights of those without power.
Top Settlements and Verdicts
Truck driver made an unsafe left hand turn at a stop light in front of client. As a result of the crash, client underwent surgery for a lumbar fusion. Client, a truck driver, was unable to return to work and was no longer fit to perform his job. Client had to make a change in career path and as a result, suffered a substantial loss of future income due to the physical limitations from his injuries.
Client was traveling on I-85 Southbound in the right hand lane on his motorcycle. A box truck driver merged into the right lane, cutting off the client. Client ran into the back of the box truck and slid under his bike for a few hundred yards. Box Truck driver claimed our client was speeding and that client slammed into the back of the truck at a high rate of speed. A witness statement was obtained by a private investigator that refuted the Box Truck driver's theory. Further, an inspection of the box truck and the motorcycle showed there was very little damage to either from the initial impact, which corroborated that the client was not traveling at a high rate of speed. Client sustained rib fractures and thoracic fractures.
Our client was rear-ended by a large commercial vehicle on I-30W. Our client suffered neck and back injuries.
Our client was rear-ended by a driver who had just left a bar with friends. Our client sustained neck and back injuries. The insurance company refused to pay the policy limits. The case settled for $120,000—well over the policy limits.
Our client was rear-ended by a large commercial bus. The impact pushed his vehicle into the vehicle in front of him. Our client suffered a serious shoulder injury that required skilled nursing assistance.
Our client was rear-ended by a drunk driver and pushed into the car in front of her. Our client sustained neck injuries.
Our client was rear-ended by a driver who fled the scene. Our client suffered back and neck injuries.
Our client was struck by a drunk driver who then fled the scene of the wreck. Our client sustained neck and back injuries.