Stratton Horres is an accomplished litigator who has more than 40 years of experience behind his practice, which is focused on crisis management and defending clients in catastrophic and high-exposure mass casualty events in virtually all areas. Cases have included mass shootings, commercial, products liability, health care, wildfires, explosions, transportation incidents of all kinds and construction collapse matters. In addition, Stratton frequently is engaged as monitoring counsel on behalf of insurers in these kinds of cases.
Stratton also has experience with insurance agents and brokers professional negligence cases and D&O matters, and has represented financial institutions of all kinds. He has taken numerous jury and bench trials to verdict and successfully defended many verdicts on appeal. Stratton’s trial and appellate practice encompasses state and federal courts across Texas and the Southwest Region and throughout the United States.
Clients rely on Stratton’s sound judgment and superior legal skills when faced with a high-exposure, high-visibility incident or lawsuit. He provides advocacy, counsel and support in all phases from incident to resolution and helps in mitigating any potential public relations fallout.
Stratton frequently speaks to local and international audiences on a range of legal topics such as technology, health care and professional negligence, and is the author of numerous articles, including, with partner Karen Bashor, “Defending Billion-Dollar Claims: Nine Best Practices for 10-Figure Losses” for the August 2021 issue of CLM Magazine. He also authored “Fire at Will” published in Texas Business magazine.
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