Christopher Provost - Personal Injury, Truck Wreck and Car Accident Lawyer in Dallas, Texas
Christopher Provost was born and raised in Barrington, Illinois. He attended the University of Dayton where he received a Bachelor of Arts. He was a member of The Sigma Chi Fraternity. Christopher obtained his juris doctor degree from Atlanta’s John Marshall School of Law.
Christopher moved to Dallas, Texas in 2011. Prior to working for Dallas Trial Attorneys of Witherite Law Group he was a summer judicial intern for the Honorable Chief Judge Frank D. Whitney of the Western District Court of North Carolina. After his internship, he was a shareholder, an owner and a managing attorney practicing personal injury and civil litigation at other local firms.
Christopher loves fighting to ensure his clients receive justice and has been with the firm since 2019. He has tried numerous cases and obtained many favorable results for his clients. He has been licensed to practice since 2011.
He is a loving husband and father of two children. He enjoys playing soccer and spending time with friends.
Top Settlements and Verdicts
Client was a passenger in a vehicle that rear-ended another vehicle. Client suffered a fractured neck resulting in emergent surgery. Client was in a halo for 4 months post-surgery.
Client was rear-ended by a large commercial vehicle on I-30 westbound. Client suffered neck and back injuries.
Client was rear-ended by a driver who was coming from a bar with friends. Client sustained neck and back injuries. Insurance company refused to pay the policy limits. Case settled for $120,000.00 over the policy limits.
Client was rear-ended by a commercial bus and pushed into the vehicle in front of him. Client suffered a shoulder injury requiring draining and cleaning.
Client was rear-ended by a drunk driver and then pushed in the car in front of her. Client sustained neck injuries.
Client was rear-ended by a driver who then fled the scene. Client suffered back and neck injuries.
Client was struck by a drunk driver who then fled the scene of the wreck. Client sustained neck and back injuries.