A Tradition of Excellence
The Lubbock, Texas, based law firm of Crenshaw, Dupree & Milam, L.L.P., traces it beginnings back to 1908 and attorney William H. Bledsoe's commitment to providing quality legal services to businesses and individuals across West Texas. Today, we continue that tradition and strive every day to give our clients the strongest possible representation.
The diverse collective experience of our lawyers allows us to provide sound, effective legal counsel to clients in a broad range of key practice areas. We represent clients in the areas of oil, gas, wind, water and mineral rights law; commercial and insurance dispute litigation; employment law; agricultural law; governmental law and business law. We also represent organizations, individuals and their insurance companies in medical and professional liability cases and work with clients needing assistance with estate planning or family law matters.
A Long History of Service Throughout West Texas
Crenshaw, Dupree & Milam, L.L.P., is one of the most well known and respected firms in West Texas. Our firm has received an AV peer rating through the Martindale-Hubbell rating system.* We enjoy a strong reputation as dependable counselors and skilled litigators who conduct our business with the highest standards of ethics and integrity. Our reputation is such that other law firms refer clients to us and we serve many clients whose parents and grandparents have used our services in the past.
We prepare for every case as if it were going to trial. When you hire our firm, you can count on us to pursue every legal option available in search of a favorable outcome for your case. Our experience with a wide variety of cases allows us to provide innovative and effective solutions to our clients' needs.
*AV, BV and CV are registered certification marks of Reed Elsevier Properties Inc., used in accordance with the Martindale-Hubbell certification procedures, standards, and policies.
Martindale-Hubbell is the facilitator of a peer review rating process. Ratings reflect the confidential opinions of members of the Bar and the judiciary. Martindale-Hubbell ratings fall into two categories - legal ability and general ethical standards.