Hardin R. Ramey’s passion for personal injury law began early and has remained strong throughout the years, leading to an exceptional record of success.
After receiving his undergraduate degree from the University of Texas at Austin, Mr. Ramey attended law school at the University of Oklahoma College of Law and worked with large firms before branching out and establishing his own private practice.
The transition to a smaller practice enabled Mr. Ramey to provide clients with a level of personal service crucial in the attorney-client relationship. For over two decades, he has dedicated his practice to helping those affected by life-threatening injuries or wrongful deaths seek justice by securing the best possible outcome for their case.
Mr. Ramey does his best to provide each and every client with experience and satisfactory results. He is Board Certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in Personal Injury Trial Law as a trial specialist.
This particular designation is one that requires a certain amount of trial experience and proves that Mr. Ramey has an extensive understanding of personal injury law, setting him apart from the competition.
"I am very grateful to Mr. Hardin Ramey, who worked diligently to see my personal injury lawsuit through to a more-than-satisfactory conclusion. I sincerely appreciate the ethical and professional approach he maintains in his work. I highly recommend Mr. Ramey as a personal injury lawyer." Leslie B.
Mr. Ramey has strived throughout his career to make the law work for the victims of negligence and his success in doing so is noted by his peers and former clients. He is a designated Super Lawyer for 2014, which is a testament to his success and reputation as an exceptional Dallas personal injury attorney.
He has also earned a Martindale-Hubbell AV Preeminent rating, which is the highest possible assessment for an attorney for both ethical standards and legal ability. A rating that represents the pinnacle of professional excellence, it is only achieved after an attorney has been reviewed and recommended by peers, members of the bar and the judiciary.