Carmen Mitchell has been practicing law in Dallas, Texas for nearly 30 years and during that time has been active in the legal community in a wide variety of leadership roles, including a stint as President of the Dallas Trial Lawyers Association.
Carmen was recognized in April 2012 as a Texas Trial Legend by the Dallas Bar Association.
Ms. Mitchell has been recognized as a Texas Super Lawyer every year since its first publication began in 2003. A super lawyer designation is conferred upon the top five percent of attorneys in the state.
Carmen has also been recognized by Texas Monthly as one of the top 50 female lawyers in Texas since 2006.
She has been selected by her peers as one of the top hundred lawyers in all areas of practice in Dallas/Fort Worth since 2005.
In 2010, Texas Monthly awarded her the honor of being one of the 100 Best Lawyers in the entire State of Texas.
Carmen was also chosen as one of the 15 top personal injury lawyers in Dallas by D Magazine in 2009 and was recognized as one of the best female lawyers in North Texas in the arena of personal injury by D Magazine in 2010.
Carmen was recently honored as one of the Best Lawyers in America publication which is a result of extensive and comprehensive evaluations of lawyers by other lawyers.
State Bar of Texas, 1982
United States District Court, Northern District of Texas, 1983
United States District Court, Eastern District of Texas, 1983
United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, 1982
Carmen is AV rated by Martindale Hubbell.
University of Texas (B.A., cum laude, 1979)
Texas Tech University (J.D., 1982).
Carmen's practice focuses on catastrophic injury or wrongful death claims; she has successfully represented individuals and families in premise liability lawsuits. If you have been victimized at an apartment community, hotel, motel, office building, parking lot, restaurant or even a healthcare facility, please contact my office for a free consultation. The focus of every case in our office is the clients' needs, both now and in the years to come.