Christopher Allen Neal
Attorney at Law
Licensed in Texas, Oklahoma and Louisiana
Christopher A. Neal was born and raised in Oklahoma. After earning his B.A. in Psychology, he obtained his Juris Doctorate from Loyola University School of Law in New Orleans, Louisiana. Thereafter, Mr. Neal was hired to act as in house counsel for an international insurance company and relocated to Texas, which he now calls home. Christopher A. Neal is licensed in Texas, Oklahoma, and Louisiana earning him the title of “Tri-State Attorney”.
While attending Loyola, Mr. Neal was active in the Association of Trial Lawyers of America and held the positions of Chairman of the Speaker Committee and President. He was a member of the Loyola ATLA Trial Competition Team and a staff member of the National Institute of Trial Advocacy, Gulf Coast Regional. Christopher A. Neal attended a summer at Loyola University School of Law / Doshisha University in Kyoto, Japan where he studied the Japanese legal system, corporate and securities law and the licensing of foreign lawyers.
Mr. Neal is widely known as the “aggressive lawyer who gets results”. He takes pride in handling each case with professionalism and providing an open line of communication with each client. He handles business litigation, residential construction litigation, insurance coverage disputes and personal injury.
Mr. Neal is a member of the American Bar Association; Texas Bar Association; Tarrant County Bar Association; Louisiana Bar Association; Oklahoma Bar Association Insurance Law Section; Oklahoma Bar Foundation; North Texas Association of Insurance Counsel; Southwest Insurance Association; National Association of Subrogation Professionals (NASP) as well as the Defense Research Institute and author of: So What If I Did Not Read My Policy published by the Defense Research Institute.
Christopher A. Neal is admitted to practice in all Texas State Courts; all Oklahoma State Courts; all Louisiana State Courts; Supreme Court of the United States; United States District Court Northern District of Texas; United States District Court Western District of Texas; United States District Court Eastern District of Texas; United States District Court of Southern District of Texas; United States District Court Middle District of Louisiana; United States District Court Western District of Louisiana; United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit; Northern District of Illinois and United States District Court For The Western District of Oklahoma.
Credentials and awards
Top Attorneys selected by Peer Recognition
Fort Worth, Texas; The City’s Magazine, 2012 , 2013, 2014 & 2015
Elected a Fellow of the Texas Bar Foundation
(only top 1/3 of 1% of Texas attorneys are invited)
1. In Re: Myers, 07-06-233-CV (Tex. App. Amarillo [7th Dist.] 4-17-08); rescission of insurance contract based upon false information contained in application.
2. In Re: Myers, 07-06-0050-CV (Tex. App. Amarillo [7th Dist.- 2006); bifurcation of trial for insurance matter and order of presentation of the case at trial.
3. C. Green Scaping, L.P. v. Westfield Ins. Co., 248 S.W.3d 779 (Tex.App.Fort Worth [2nd Dist.] 2008); collection of service fees relating to services provided on a public works project and the apportionment of attorneys fees awarded at trial.
4. Pierce v. Dutton, 02-02-356-CV (Tex.App.Fort Worth [2nd Dist.] 2003), construction problems on new home build.
5. Vespa v. National Health Insurance Company, 985 S.W.3d 749 (Tex.App.—Fort Worth [2nd Dist.] 2003, collection of funds advanced to insurance agent by insurance company against future commissions.
6. In Re: National Health Insurance Company, 109 S.W.3d 552 (Tex.App.—Tyler [12th Dist.] 2002, arbitration clause contained in an insurance policy.
7. In Re: Constitution Life Insurance Company, 4-08-0089-CV (Tex.App.—San Antonio 1-28-2009), application of a forum selection clause in an employment agreement.
8. Dallas County v. C. Green Scaping, L.P., 301 S.W.3d 872 (Tex.App.—Dallas [5th Dist.] 2009), collection of service fees relating to services provided on a public works project and the apportionment of attorneys fees awarded at trial.
9. In Re: Heritage, 02-10-00355-CV (Tex.App.—Ft. Worth 10-15-2010); non-compete agreements.
10. In Re: Zyprexa Products Liability Litigation 493 F. Supp. 2d 571 (United States District Court, E.D. New York. 6-28-07); Suit brought by institutions and individuals that sued on behalf of a class for overpayment on purchases of defendant Eli Lilly and Company's antipsychotic prescription drug Zyprexa. Represented insurance companies that paid Zyprexa claims.
11. In Re: Zyprexa Products Liability Litigation 253 F.R.D. 69 (United States Court, E.D. New York. 11-5-08); Suit brought by institutions and individuals that sued on behalf of a class for overpayment on purchases of defendant Eli Lilly and Company's
antipsychotic prescription drug Zyprexa. Represented insurance companies that paid Zyprexa claims.