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Ronald Dean Gresham

Ronald Dean Gresham

In the Relentless Pursuit of Justice
  • Personal Injury, Products Liability, Legal Malpractice...
  • Oklahoma, Texas
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Summary

Dean Gresham has faced off against some of the largest corporations in the world and won. He is probably best known for successfully representing victims in the first class action against Google and Yahoo! for “click fraud”; and he is currently representing clients in the GM Ignition Switch Litigation, Takata Airbag Recall Litigation, KIA Motors MPF-Fraud Litigation, a testament to Gresham’s ability to take on some of the largest corporations in America without blinking. Gresham’s practice is focused on high stakes, complex litigation across country.

“I bring a unique approach to litigation that helps me see solutions where other lawyers see problems,” Gresham says of his ability to take on and turn around legal cases that have often been turned down by other lawyers. “Over my career, I’ve found that applying a creative, outside-the-box approach to these complex legal issues makes all the difference for my clients.”

After leaving Fineberg / Gresham in 2010, he started GRESHAM pc. While Gresham began his career handling personal injury defense, he transitioned to plaintiffs’ personal injury and business litigation after tiring of defending dishonest and greedy corporations and insurance companies.
“There was one case in particular that I worked on involving a young boy who died after falling off a slide on a Dairy Queen playground,” Gresham recalls. “After handling that case I knew I couldn’t work for these corporations and insurance companies anymore.” Gresham says, “I was put on this earth to help others, not harm them and make sure they don’t get their day in court.”

Notably, Gresham served as co-lead counsel in the largest vehicular manslaughter case in Texas history, in which 10 people were killed by an out-of-control 18 wheeler. He has also handled significant class actions involving defective products and consumer fraud.

Practice Areas
  • Personal Injury
  • Products Liability
  • Legal Malpractice
  • Medical Malpractice
Fees
  • Free Consultation
  • Contingent Fees
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Oklahoma
Oklahoma Bar Association
ID Number: 30353
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Texas
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Languages
  • English
  • Spanish
Professional Experience
Board Member Business Litigation Group
Dallas Bar Association
- Current
Judiciary Committee Member
Dallas Bar Association
- Current
Member
American Association for Justice
- Current
Dallas Trial Lawyers Association
- Current
Member
Texas Trial Lawyers Association
- Current
Education
South Texas College of Law
J.D.
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Awards
Best Lawyers in Dallas
D Magazine
Award Received in years 2009 - 2019
Top One Percent of Lawyers
The Association of Disinguished Counsel
The National Association of Distinguished Counsel is an organization dedicated to promoting the highest standards of legal excellence. The mission of the NADC is to objectively recognize the attorneys who elevate the standards of the Bar and provide a benchmark for other lawyers to emulate. By virtue of the incredible selectivity of our research process, only the elite few are invited to join the ranks of the NADC. Specifically, less than 1% of practicing attorneys in the United States are members of the “Nation’s Top Attorneys”. The recipients of this prestigious award have demonstrated the highest ideals of the legal profession.
Top 100 Trial Lawyers
The National Association of Trial Lawyers
Award received in years 2010 - 2019 The National Trial Lawyers: Top 100 is an invitation-only organization composed of the premier trial lawyers from each state or region who meet stringent qualifications as civil plaintiff and/or criminal defense trial lawyers. Selection is based on a thorough multi-phase objective and uniformly applied process which includes peer nominations combined with third-party research. Membership is extended only to the select few of the most qualified attorneys from each state or region who demonstrate superior qualifications of leadership, reputation, influence, stature and public profile measured by objective and uniformly applied standards in compliance with state bar and national Rule 4-7.
Top 100 Super Lawyers in Texas
Super Lawyers
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Professional Associations
Oklahoma State Bar # 30353
Member
- Current
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Supreme Court of the United States
Admitted
- Current
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Texas State Bar # 24027215
Member
- Current
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Publications
Articles & Publications
Following the Money: Pleading and Proving a Qui Tam Case (2009)
Who's Your Daddy? How to Establish Corporate Paternity (2008)
Speaking Engagements
How to Effectively Use Focus Groups, Advanced Personal Injury Course, Las Vegas
Texas Trial Lawyers Association
Certifications
Included in the Nation's Top One Percent of Attorneys
The National Asociation of Distinguished Counsel
Top 100 Trial Lawyers in Texas
The National Trial Lawyers Association
Best Lawyer in Dallas
D Magazine
Websites & Blogs
Website
Legal Answers
7 Questions Answered

Q. I lost total vision in my right eye working for an individual at a unofficial fabrication shop.
A: I am sorry to hear about what happened. Did the company / shop have workers' compensation insurance? When did the incident happen? I would need more information to determine who to sue but I certainly think you should consult an experienced lawyer. I am licensed to practice law in Oklahoma and am available to consult with you if you would like. Thank you.
Q. can the passenger of a boat that caught fire 5 days before a recall letter about fire was sent, also sue?
A: What were the injuries of the occupants of the boat?
Q. Product bought that leaked chemicals that caused sever burns and scarring.
A: I am sorry to hear about this. Can you provide me with more information? Do you still have the product and the instructions? Do you have photos of your injuries? Thanks,
Q. My dad pass away on April 2019 from falling on federal property post office and due to his death the put up lights
A: I am sorry to hear about your Father's death. Any claim against the federal government would be governed by the Federal Tort Claims Act. You can read about the Act here: https://www.justia.com/injury/federal-tort-claims-act-ftca/
Q. My bmw car caught fire whilst driving on the outside lane.
A: Hi. Did you report the incident to the fire or police department? Do you have a report? What did they say caused the fire? Thank you.
Q. Im looking a kick the door open lawyer!
A: HI. I will need more information from you to answer your question. How did you lose shoulder, arm, and hand due in part to an injury? What injury? You can always email me directly at dean@greshamlawgroup.com or call me at 972-387-4040 and ask for Dean Gresham. Thank you.
Q. My son was beaten half to death in Harris county jail. Can I Sue them?
A: There are remedies in both state and federal courts for injuries incurred by inmates, but depending on the cause of the injury, you may be confined to certain legal avenues. Consider the following ways in which an inmate can sue for injuries in jail or prison: Section 1983 Lawsuits Under Section 1983 of the Civil Rights Act, civilians (even inmates) can sue for injuries or harm caused to them by state or local government agents. Since these suits are often used to recover for injuries from police brutality, it isn't hard to see how they could be used to impose liability on state prisons and local jails for injuries while in custody. Most injury claims while in jail or prison fall under violations of an inmate's Eighth Amendment right to be free of cruel and unusual punishment. However, if you were injured as the result of an unreasonable search, seizure, or detention, you may also be able to recover based on a Fourth Amendment theory. You may sue under Section 1983 in either state or federal court, but it can only be used for injuries caused by state and local government -- not by the federal government or by private parties. Bivens Actions If you were injured while in a federal prison or detention facility, you may have the right to recover under a Bivens action. These lawsuits are very similar to Section 1983 suits in that they require a violation of either constitutional rights or federal law in causing your injuries. Unfortunately, a 2012 Supreme Court ruling clarified that this right to sue only applies to federal government entities and their employees -- not private prisons and their employees. State Tort Claims If Section 1983 and Bivens claims are unavailable, you can try to sue for compensation for prison or jail injuries under state tort law. Theories of negligence and battery can work equally as well against private prison companies as they do against other private businesses, and your attorney can help you decide which parties can be held liable for your injuries. However, note that in any case involving public officials as the cause of your injury, you will also have to overcome qualified immunity. Simple negligence on the part of a government prison official may not be enough to make him or her liable for your injuries. Suits for injuries in jail and prison are complicated, so make sure to have a personal injury attorney evaluate your case.
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Gresham Law Group
12720 Hillcrest Rd.
Suite 1045
Dallas, TX 75230
USA
Telephone: (469) 757-4055