Glenn Tucker has been practicing law since graduating from Baylor University Law School in 1990. From the firm’s inception, Glenn has helped thousands of clients collect judgments and settlements in a wide range of cases involving car and truck accidents; wills, trusts, power-of-attorney, and probate matters; and construction and other business disputes. A passionate defender of his clients’ rights — particularly on behalf of those that cannot advocate for themselves — he works hard to ensure that every case gets the undivided attention it deserves.
If you’re working through a business, probate, or personal injury case, the last thing you need is to be put on hold. When you call us, Glenn Tucker will be ready to talk.
We strongly believe that, in order for you to be successful, we need to establish a personal relationship with you. We’ll work hard to earn your trust through every step.
Should your case to go to court, you need an attorney who can educate you on what to expect. We’ll use our years of experience in Dallas, Texas law to prepare you.
Business law encompasses a wide range of disciplines, including business formation, dissolution and disputes, breach of contract and lost profits, construction defects, and business obstruction. While it may seem that you can handle much of the paperwork yourself in getting your business off the ground, the guidance of an experienced attorney up front can save your company from serious financial and legal setbacks down the road.
Our goal in approaching business cases is to relieve the pressure and enormous resource sink caused by a lawsuit — regardless of whether it was initiated by you or a third party. Your focus needs to remain on your business — providing excellent products, outstanding customer service, and on-time deliveries — so that your current customers, employees and products don’t suffer. We understand that being involved in a lawsuit can be extremely stressful; let us reduce that burden by doing the important legwork for you.
For many people, contemplating the inevitable and preparing a will and estate plan can seem overwhelming, depressing, and even unnecessary. The sad truth is that a whopping 51% of Americans age 55 to 64 do not have wills, according a 2014 survey by Rocket Lawyer. Richard Eisenberg, a contributor to forbes.com, calls this the “Ostrich Approach to Estate Planning,” and we have to agree with him.
If you die without a will, or “intestate,” the government is charged with the important decisions of how to divide up your assets, and even who will be named guardian of your minor children. Probate can be a long and drawn-out affair that can take a serious toll on your family relationships. To avoid this undesired fate, it is critical to get your will in order — and we can help you do it.
Motor vehicle traffic deaths in Texas rose 15% between 2010 and 2014. Based on data from the National Safety Council, this translated into an astounding $28 billion in losses, up from $22 billion in 2010. Attached to each death — and the many more thousands injured — is a grieving family, serious physical injuries and mental distress, hospitalization and rehabilitation, lost income, property damage, endless paperwork, and a whole set of legal opponents out to minimize their losses. You simply cannot do it alone. You need a compassionate, experienced team that will listen to your side of the story — whether you are at fault or not — and develop a plan of action that will get you the best possible result.
Oftentimes, accident victims are unaware that they have suffered serious bodily harm at the time of the occurrence and don’t even consider the fact that they need expert representation. However, once the extent of your injuries becomes clear, your job is to treat your medical condition to the best of your ability and let us worry about the nuts and bolts of your case.
With our office on Lyndon B Johnson Freeway, it’s natural that many of our clients live or work in Dallas, Texas. We’re located in north Dallas, just off I-635 and minutes south of Richardson.
The city of Richardson is just minutes away from many other neighborhoods, including Garland, Plano, Addison, University Park, Highland Park, and of course, downtown Dallas, Texas.
If you live in or near Carrollton, you need only make a short drive to locate our office. Our proximity to local highways allows us to serve clients in Carrollton, Farmers Branch, Addison, and more.
I help you make good decisions by taking into account the opportunity cost, your business’ direction, and local and state regulations.
Glenn immerses himself in the latest regulations, case outcomes, and legal news to stay completely up-to-date with the best legal approaches and strategies for each of the key practice areas. As a small firm, we have the ability to cater to each individual client from the top down. The firm’s principal attorney, Glenn Tucker, is intimately involved with every client and every case.
At the Law Offices of Glenn D. Tucker, we don’t attempt to tackle every type of law; we don’t believe it’s the best way to provide outstanding legal services to our clients. Rather, we specialize in personal injury, probate law, and business law, and we focus solely on obtaining the best results possible for clients in these areas.
As your attorney, our role is to guide you through complex business areas that may be foreign to you, such as establishing a trust to preserve your assets, poring through police and medical reports following a motor vehicle accident, or examining business contracts to spot areas of weakness. You can trust us to provide the professional insight that will help us obtain the best outcomes for your case.
Whether you’re establishing a business, dealing with a personal injury, or planning your will, Glenn Tucker will provide expert guidance at every point along the way. We offer free consultations with no obligation, so don’t wait any longer. Contact our office today.