Thomas J. Henry, one of Texas’ most widely known injury legal representatives, is expanding his existence in Dallas-Fort Worth with a new law workplace in Irving.His San Antonio-based company will occupy 27,000 square feet in Irving, Henry said in an announcement Monday. The office at 6031 Connection Drive is expected to utilize approximately 200 people within 2 years.”The opening of our latest workplace … marks a brand-new chapter for the firm as we expand into North Texas,”Henry said.”We are delighted to continue our aggressive development pattern and aid even more customers in Texas and beyond. “Thomas J. Henry Law bills itself as the largest personal injury law office in Texas, with 200 legal representatives and a support
personnel of 350 devoted to winning jury decisions and settlements for those injured in cars and truck and truck accidents, office mishaps and from remembered products. It has offices in San Antonio, Corpus Christi, Austin and Dallas.The firm has actually won big awards for customers over the last few years, consisting of a $1.25 billion judgment in a sexual assault case, $50 million and$35 million verdicts in wrongful death cases including trucking companies, and multiple$10 million-plus settlements in medical malpractice lawsuits.Henry likewise is understood for being flamboyant, consisting of tossing a$ 6 million quinceañera for his model-actress daughter Maya that ended up being a viral internet struck when rapper Pitbull and singer Nick Jonas performed. His household’s way of life was the subject of a 2017 truth TV series on YouTube called”Hangin’with Los Henrys.”The family likewise sponsored a 2016 Apollo in the Hamptons event at billionaire Ron Perelman’s house, a 2017 Republic Records Grammy afterparty and a 2017 Maxim Super Bowl party.Earlier this year, legal representatives representing Henry won a legal case for the prominent litigator when a Texas judge sealed records in his divorce case, according to nonprofit news site San Antonio Report. His lawyers pointed out Henry’s organization interests as a factor to keep information of the dismissed divorce procedures from going public.Henry’s legal group argued he and Azteca Henry weren’t wed when she applied for divorce in November 2019, making the case moot. The Henrys were married in Nueces County in 1993 and separated in 2005. Azteca Henry kept the couple had a common-law marital relationship, continuing to live together after that time and describing themselves as husband and wife, according to the San Antonio Report.