Beasley, Hightower & Harris, PC was established in 1923 and has been representing businesses across Texas for over 90 years. The firm’s clients include numerous national corporations such as JPMorgan Chase, Santander, Ally, CitiFinance, AT&T, Southwest Transplant Alliance, Republic Title of Texas, Inc., and First American Title Insurance Company. Beasley, Hightower & Harris not only pursues collection of debts and recovery of collateral in State, Federal District Court and Bankruptcy courts across Texas, but also routinely defends companies in lawsuits and appeals brought by a company’s customers, competitors, and its own members and officers, in contract, fraud, DTPA, negligence, and employment controversies.
Additionally, the firm defends companies in suits brought by their own employees in contract disputes, and employment discrimination matters.
Beasley, Hightower & Harris is proud of its long tradition of providing its clients with not only litigation expertise, but also counseling and advice which often saves the time and expense of litigation. The firm partners utilize their vast experience to make a timely evaluation of the facts and law of the cases presented which in turn provides the clients a firm basis to determine whether to settle a case or go forward with trial. Since its existence, the firm has insisted that all of its members provide personal service to its clients. The firm’s members always return calls timely and make sure the client is kept aware of the status of the cases referred to it. We treat all opposing counsel with such respect, that they and their clients are often very surprised at how aggressive the firm’s attorneys are in trial. The firm prepares for its trials in the same way, with attention to detail and the utmost preparation. The firm’s fees are reasonable and the firm preforms the same level of preparation for trial as much larger firms.
The firm is unusual in that even though it devotes a large part of its practice to recovering funds due on notes and recovering secured collateral for lenders, but it is also trusted by its clients to defend the lender if sued by its customer without the necessity of hiring additional defense counsel.