Angel L. Reyes, III

Top rated Personal Injury attorney in Dallas, Texas

Reyes Browne Law
Angel L. Reyes, III
Reyes Browne Law

Practice Areas: Personal Injury; view more

Licensed in Texas since: 1992

Education: The University of Michigan Law School

Languages Spoken: English, Spanish

Selected to Super Lawyers: 2008 - 2023
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Reyes Browne Law

8222 Douglas Ave
Suite 400
Dallas, TX 75225 Visit website


Angel Reyes is the founder and managing partner at the Dallas, Texas, law firm of Angel Reyes & Associates. Across his lengthy legal career of more than three decades, he has assisted greater than 35,000 injury victims and their families in attaining above $800 million in verdicts and settlements for their injuries or loss of life. 

Mr. Reyes primarily concentrates on auto and truck crashes, fighting against massive insurance companies. He also has experience handling claims involving catastrophic injuries, drunk and distracted driving, defective products, dangerous drugs, construction site injuries, burn injuries, whiplash and neck injuries, crane collapses, foodborne illnesses, nursing home abuse, wrongful death and pedestrian accidents.

After completing his Bachelor of Arts at the University of Kansas, Mr. Reyes pursued his legal education at the University of Michigan Law School. He also holds a Master of Business Administration degree from the Texas Tech University Rawls College of Business. He earned his license to practice law in Texas in 1992.

A knowledgeable professional, Mr. Reyes is often cited by newspapers and magazines across the nation and is routinely featured on national and local television and radio programs. He has published a number of articles for esteemed publications and has presented at several continuing legal education seminars across Texas.

Mr. Reyes has held many positions of membership and authority in acclaimed organizations. He has served on the board of directors of the Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART), the Greater Dallas Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, the Dallas Hispanic Bar Association, the United Way of Metropolitan Dallas, the Texas Trial Lawyers Association and the Dallas Trial Lawyers Association. He also serves on the advisory committee of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Lone Star in North Texas.

Owing to his remarkable professional and ethical principles, Mr. Reyes has been peer-review rated Distinguished* through Martindale-Hubbell. He was also named to the 100 Best Trial Lawyers in America by the American Trial Lawyers Association. He was bestowed with the DiversityFIRST Leadership Award by the Texas Diversity Council and the Quality & Excellence Entrepreneur Pacesetter Award by the Greater Dallas Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. Moreover, he has a 10 out of 10 rating on Avvo.

*AV®, AV Preeminent®, Martindale-Hubbell Distinguished and Martindale-Hubbell Notable are certification marks used under license 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 anonymous opinions of members of the bar and the judiciary. Martindale-Hubbell® Peer Review Rating™ falls into two categories – legal ability and general ethical standards.

Practice areas

Personal Injury - General: Plaintiff

Focus areas

Personal Injury - Plaintiff

  • 100% Personal Injury - General: Plaintiff

First Admitted: 1992, Texas

Professional Webpage:

Pro bono/Community Service:
  • Board of Directors, Dallas Hispanic Bar Association
  • Chairman, Greater Dallas Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
  • Board of Directors, Dallas Area Rapid Transit Agency
  • Board of Directors, United Way of Dallas
  • Advisory Board, St. Jude Children’s Hospital Night of Hope
Special Licenses/Certifications:
  • State Bar of Texas
  • State Bar of New York
  • State Bar of Arkansas
  • United States District Court, Northern District of Texas
  • United States District Court, Eastern & Western District of Arkansas
  • College of the State Bar of Texas
Educational Background:
  • JD, University Of Michigan-Ann Arbor, 1991
  • MBA, Texas Tech, 2008
Scholarly Lectures/Writings:
  • Recent cases have called the Federal Trade Commission’s (“FTC”) enforcement methods into question. After a circuit split developed in the wake of the Seventh Circuit’s decision in Federal Trade Commission v. Credit Bureau Center, L.L.C., the Supreme Court responded by granting certiorari and consolidating the case with AMG Capital Management, L.L.C. v. Federal Trade Commission. The issue in these cases is whether Section 13(b) of the FTC Act authorizes the FTC to bypass the due process safeguards mandated by Congress in Sections 5 and 19 of the FTC Act and, in doing so, to conduct warrantless searches and seizures, unilaterally freeze assets, and impose punitive“ disgorgement” monetary damages. In light of the Supreme Court’s recent decision in Securities & Exchange Commission. Liu, it seems likely that the Court will limit the FTC’s abusive use of Section 13(b) and find in favor of the defendants in these cases. , Co-Author, Does the FTC Have Blood On Its Hands? An Analysis of FTC Overreach and Abuse of Power After Liu, University of Buffalo Law Review, 2020
  • The effects of the Covid-19 pandemic are all over the American business community. With millions sick and hundreds of thousands of fatalities worldwide, this virus is having an impact that would have been unimaginable just a few months ago. In response to this crisis, state and local governments across the United States implemented orders that required non-essential business to shut their doors and cease doing business. Those actions had a disastrous effect on businesses of all sizes because as they can no longer bring in cash to pay their bills. Many business owners are now turning to their business interruption insurance policies to try to stay afloat during this crisis. The two most common types of business interruption insurance that business owners should sue to recover under are 1) policies that cover physical damage or loss and 2) policies that cover actions by civil authorities that limit business activity. In addition, insurance policies occasionally have endorsements that cover virus and disease. The language of the policy will be important for any business owner bringing a lawsuit against their insurance company. No matter, courts have found in favor of business owners making these types of claims under a variety of different policies., Co-Author, Will your business insurance reimburse you for Covid-19 losses?, Entrepreneurship & Innovation Exchange, 2020
  • Lawyers have enthusiastically embraced search engine advertisements triggered by consumers’ keywords, but the legal community remains sharply divided about the propriety of buying keyword ads triggered by the names of rival lawyers or law firms (“competitive keyword advertising”). This Essay surveys the regulation of competitive keyword advertising by lawyers and concludes that such practices are both beneficial for consumers and legitimate under existing U.S. law—except in North Carolina, which adopted an anachronistic and regressive ethics opinion that should be reconsidered.  , Co-Author, Regulation of Lawyers' Use of Competitive Keyword Advertising, University of Illinois Law Review, 2016
  • Spanish Language Marketing - Where do we go from here?, Author, Texas Tech University, 2008
  • Author, Fentanyl Pain Patch Update. Mass Torts Made Perfect , Continuing Legal Education
  • Technology and the Art of Persuasion., Speaker and Author, Georgia Trial Lawyers Annual CLE
  • Duragesic Pain Patch Litigation., Speaker and Author, American Association Of Justice Winter Convention
  • How to Get the Cases. Mass Torts Made Perfect., Speaker and Author, Continuing Legal Education
  • Rainmaking., Author, University Of Texas School Of Law Continuing Legal Education
  • Liability for Slips and Falls is Alive and Kicking. Vol. 18, No. 29, Co-author, Texas Lawyer
  • To Grow or Not to Grow: Can You Afford to Answer That Question?, Author, Houston Trial Lawyer’s Association Newsletter
  • Texas Super Lawyers Rated - Top Attorneys in Texas, Texas Super Lawyer - Personal Injury, Texas Super Lawyers Rated - Top Attorneys in Texas, 2022
  • Latino Leaders Magazine Top Latino Lawyers in America, Latino Leaders Magazine Top Latino Lawyers in America, Latino Leaders Magazine, 2022
  • Winner, Empire Builder Award, Greater Dallas Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Winner, Empire Builder Award, Greater Dallas Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Greater Dallas Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, 2022
  • Latino Leaders Magazine Top Latino Lawyers in America, Latino Leaders Magazine Top Latino Lawyers in America, Latino Leaders Magazine, 2021
  • 2018, Winner, Dallas Cowboys and Telemundo Hispanic Business Leader Salute Award, Winner, Dallas Cowboys and Telemundo Hispanic Business Leader Salute Award, Telemundo, 2018
  • Winner, Trendsetter Award, Greater Dallas Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Winner, Trendsetter Award, Greater Dallas Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Greater Dallas Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, 2018
  • Winner, D CEO Magazine Latino Business Leader of the Year, Winner, D CEO Magazine Latino Business Leader of the Year, D CEO Magazine, 2017
  • Million Dollar Advocates Forum
  • Dallas 100, Dallas Business Journal SMU Cox School of Business
  • 100 Best Trial Lawyers in America, American Trial Lawyers Association
  • Honoree, Dallas Business Journal's Minority Business Leaders Awards Porgram, Dallas Business Journal, 2010
  • Texas Diversity Council Best Practices and Diversity FIRST Award, Individual Winner
  • LULAC Council 100

Office location for Angel L. Reyes, III

8222 Douglas Ave
Suite 400
Dallas, TX 75225

Phone: 214-308-1974


16 Years Super Lawyers
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