The Weinacht Law Firm, P.C.
The Weinacht Law Firm, P.C.
Licensed Attorney in Texas & New Mexico

Bill Weinacht

 
  • Bill Weinacht recovered $1.9 million against the United States for the wrongful death of Ezequiel Hernandez, Jr. who was shot and killed by a Marine in Redford, Texas. The recovery resulted in $1.7 million net to clients after fees and expenses.

  • Bill Weinacht was lead counsel in the fatal car crash case against Ford Motor Company that resulted in the only jury verdict in the world where unintended acceleration and seat belt failure defects were proved in the same case. The entire judgment including interest was collected from Ford.

  • Bill Weinacht was lead counsel in the $19 million wrongful death settlement caused by a truck wreck on Highway 285 that was the biggest settlement in Texas for 2016 as reported by Texas Lawyer Top Verdicts & Settlements. The recovery resulted in $12.4 million net to clients after fees and expenses.

  • Bill Weinacht conducted jury selection and delivered the final closing argument on behalf of Mesa Petroleum and T. Boone Pickens to win a $146 million unanimous jury verdict. The verdict included $4 million in attorney’s fees and was later resolved by confidential settlement.

  • Bill Weinacht has selected the jury and delivered the final closing argument in every jury verdict over one million dollars in Reeves County, Texas.

Bill Weinacht

El Abogado Más Bravo

 

 
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Licensed Attorney in Texas & New Mexico
Republic of Mexico (1995-1996)

Licensed Attorney in the following Courts:

 
 

∙ United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas
∙ United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas
∙ United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas
∙ United States District Court for the Western District of Texas
∙ United States Court of Appeals, 5th Circuit
∙ United States District Court for the District of New Mexico
∙ United States Court of Appeals, 10th Circuit
∙ United States Court of International Trade
∙ Supreme Court of the United States