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Angel L. Reyes, III

Attorney Profile

Top Rated Personal Injury Attorney in Dallas, TX

Reyes Browne Reilley
8222 Douglas Ave, Suite 400
Dallas, TX 75225
Phone: 214-526-7900
Fax: 214-526-7910
Selected to Super Lawyers: 2008 - 2022
Licensed in Texas Since: 1992
Practice Areas: Personal Injury - General: Plaintiff
Languages Spoken: English, Spanish
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Attorney Profile

Angel L. Reyes, III is the Managing Partner at the Reyes | Browne | Reilley law firm.  A Dallas personal injury law firm - Reyes Browne Reilley focuses on auto and truck wreck cases on behalf of injury victims against big insurance companies and corporations.

During his career, he has worked with numerous business owners, individuals and executives in recovering money damages when they've suffered from the wrongful conduct of others.  Angel is a frequent guest on TV and radio shows, with appearances on CNN's Lou Dobbs Tonight, CBS-KTVT, talk radio stations throughout the country; as well as a featured guest on Court TV's national satellite radio channel.

About Angel L. Reyes, III

First Admitted: 1992, Texas

Professional Webpage:

Pro bono/Community Service

  • Board of Directors, Dallas Hispanic Bar Association
  • Board of Directors, United Way of Dallas
  • Chairman, Greater Dallas Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
  • Advisory Board, St. Jude Children’s Hospital Night of Hope
  • Board of Directors, Dallas Area Rapid Transit Agency

Special Licenses/Certifications

  • College of the State Bar of Texas
  • State Bar of Arkansas
  • United States District Court, Eastern & Western District of Arkansas
  • State Bar of New York
  • State Bar of Texas
  • United States District Court, Northern District of Texas

Educational Background

  • JD, University Of Michigan-Ann Arbor, 1991
  • MBA, Texas Tech, 2008


  • Trasylol (generic: Aprotinin) has been linked dozens of deaths and has since been pulled from the market., Dangers of Trasylol, 2008
  • Each year, there are more than 400,000 accidents involving large trucks such as commercial box trucks and tractor-trailer combinations, known as 18-wheelers., 18-Wheeler Collisions, 2008
  • Insurance companies have one goal where victims of motor vehicle collisions and car crashes are concerned -- to pay as little as possible., Vehicle Collisions and Car Crashes, 2008

Scholarly Lectures/Writings

  • 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
  • Recent cases have called the Federal TradeCommission’s (“FTC”) enforcement methods into question.After a circuit split developed in the wake of the SeventhCircuit’s decision in Federal Trade Commission v. CreditBureau Center, L.L.C., the Supreme Court responded bygranting certiorari and consolidating the case with AMGCapital Management, L.L.C. v. Federal Trade Commission.The issue in these cases is whether Section 13(b) of the FTCAct authorizes the FTC to bypass the due process safeguardsmandated by Congress in Sections 5 and 19 of the FTC Actand, in doing so, to conduct warrantless searches andseizures, unilaterally freeze assets, and impose punitive“disgorgement” monetary damages. In light of the SupremeCourt’s recent decision in Securities & Exchange Commissionv. Liu, it seems likely that the Court will limit the FTC’sabusive use of Section 13(b) and find in favor of thedefendants 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
  • 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


  • 2018, Winner, Dallas Cowboys and Telemundo Hispanic Business Leader Salute Award, Winner, Dallas Cowboys and Telemundo Hispanic Business Leader Salute Award, Telemundo, 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
  • Latino Leaders Magazine Top Latino Lawyers in America, Latino Leaders Magazine Top Latino Lawyers in America, Latino Leaders Magazine, 2020
  • 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
  • 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
  • Individual Winner, Texas Diversity Council Best Practices and DiversityFIRST Award
  • LULAC Council 100
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Office Location for Angel L. Reyes, III

8222 Douglas Ave
Suite 400
Dallas, TX 75225

Last Updated: 5/15/2022

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