Bridget Brinson

last updated 6/28/2017

Bridget R. Brinson

Attorney at Heard & Medack P.C

Location:
9494 Southwest Freeway, Houston, Texas, United States
HQ Phone:
(713) 772-6400

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Bridget R. Brinson
Bridget R. Brinson; Heard & Medack; Houston, TX, for Bad Boy Inc., Louis' Joseph M. Heard and Bridget R. Brinson received a take-nothing verdict following a three (3) day jury trial in Brazoria County, Texas. Mr. Heard and Mrs. Brinson's client was Ascuncion Esparza, a friend of the landlord who owned a business that hauled away construction material from building sites. David Medack and Bridget Brinson received a defense verdict following a five (5) day jury trial in Brazoria County, Texas. Joseph Heard and Bridget R. Brinson received a take-nothing verdict following a three day residential mold case in Orange County, Texas. Joseph Heard and Bridget R. Brinson received a take-nothing judgment in a case involving a Class-B assisted living facility. Mr. Heard and Mrs. Brinson represented the client's facility. Mr. Heard and Mrs. Brinson were successful in their argument to the Judge that the settlement credit should apply. Joseph Heard and Bridget R. Brinson also received a favorable jury verdict in a case of clear liability.

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Bridget Rienstra Brinson
Born Beaumont, Texas May 30, 1972; admitted to the State Bar of Texas in 1997; Undergraduate education, The University of Texas at Austin, Bachelor of Arts (History/Sociology) 1994; Legal education, The University of Texas School of Law, Juris Doctorate May 1997, State Bar of Texas Environmental Law Journal, Associate Editor 1996. Mrs. Brinson has experience defending clients in both Harris and Jefferson County, Texas. Her experience includes premises liability, auto accident, wrongful death, products liability and property damage cases. She has also been appointed attorney ad litem by several Harris County District Courts. Mrs. Brinson co-authored "In House Counsel and the Preservation of Privilege" (by Mary Thompson and Bridget Rienstra), published in the January/February 1998 issue of The Houston Lawyer (Volume 35, Number 4).

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