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Recognizing 2023 Champion of Justice Todd Clement

On Behalf of | Jan 31, 2024 | Firm News

Inspired by Galatians 6:2 to “help carry one another’s burdens and in this way, you will obey the laws of Christ,” Todd Clement commits to a personalized approach to the practice of law, starting with getting to know his clients and speaking directly with them to provide updates as needed. No phone call goes unanswered.

That approach has allowed Todd to transcend from having clients to having friends for a lifetime.

An early decision

Committing himself to his current profession in junior high, Todd graduated third in his class from law school and clerked for the Texas Supreme Court for five years. Subsequently, he joined a well-known, Dallas-based law office, staying for five years.

His moment of clarity came after representing two clients, one who suffered brain damage in an accident and the other burned to death. His path diverged from advocating for insurance companies to representing accident victims suffering in the aftermath of horrific and life-changing accidents. In 1995, he started his personal injury practice.

Since that moment of clarity, Todd tried case after case, earning a reputation for preparation referred to as “tireless.” Over time, he brought on the top experts in their respective fields.

Well-deserved recognition

While he has been showered with honors and awards, his most recent recognition was the Texas Watch 2023 Champion of Justice. Selection for this award goes to those who have a track record of pursuing justice throughout their careers.

At the ceremony, he celebrated friends coming out to celebrate the recognition while boasting about a lifetime of blessings combined with peer and client relationships. While the image of attorneys would place humility first as an attribute, Todd showed just that, quoting a particular childhood song, “One of these things is not like the other. One of these things just doesn’t belong.”

His peers would most likely disagree over that self-assessment.