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Dedman Law, PLLC is focused on helping you.
We understand that insurance policyholders often face an uphill battle when they suffer an injury, illness or loss. Although policyholders have paid their insurance premiums for a considerable period of time, insurance companies frequently deny their valid claims.
We understand that policyholders are often in a difficult position. It seems like the insurance companies have all the power. We see it as our job to help restore the balance of power and do everything we can to vigorously pursue the insurance benefits our clients are entitled to receive.
Recent Blog Posts
May 1, 2017 |
BEST LAWYERS IN DALLAS Linda Dedman Coverage Law Linda Dedman combines knowledge of insurance law and industry practices with focused, personal attention to every case the firm accepts. She represents policyholders in all aspects of insurance law including coverage analysis, recovery, duty to defend, agent liability and bad faith. Her Dallas-based firm, Dedman Law, PLLC, also proudly serves as insurance coverage council to some of D Magazines Best Lawyers in Dallas. We highly recommend Dedman Law. The firm goes above and beyond representing its clients. Dedman is very thorough and helped us achieve our goals professionally and honestly. —Cheryle deMarco, Rockwall Indoor Sports...
January 11, 2017 |
Dedman Law, PLLC recognized by Dallas Bar...
June 25, 2015 |
by Linda Dedman and Madeline Ball Just 50 years ago, Congress passed Public Law 88-352 (78 Stat. 241), a relatively mundane name for a bill that forever changed the social climate of America—the Civil Rights Act of 1964. The Civil Rights Act of 1964 signaled the demise of segregation and the end of the Jim Crow laws, as well as the end of unequal voting restrictions and discriminatory employment practices. It was not perfect, and the Civil Rights Act of 1964 was not easy to implement or enforce at first. It was, however, a big leap for social equality in America. The Dallas Bar Association is hosting a series of programs celebrating the Civil...