Our History, Core Values and Mission
Augustus Corbett opened the Corbett Law Firm, PLLC in August 2007. For the next eleven years, He was a one man shop handling personal injury, criminal defense and family law cases primarily. After her law school graduation, his daughter partnered with him. Together they opened Corbett & Corbett LLP.
Corbett & Corbett LLP opened their offices in downtown Dallas, TX. Soon the word got out about this unique father daughter legal team that treated their clients like family. With a passion for justice and desire to help the injured, accused, victims of racial discrimination and those facing family law issues the firm grew fast. Today the firm is expanding its reach and taking steps to become a top notch, premiere law firm in Texas.
Our Core Values
Compassionate representation. Practicing law is not just a job or career for us. We take it to heart. We put our hearts in our cases. We feel the pain and distress of our clients. We represent our clients as we will want a law firm to represent us in a legal matter.
Client first. The needs of our clients come first. A client-first attitude motivates us to fight and work hard for their wellbeing. We are here to serve our clients and to make life better for them.
Conscientious, hard work. No matter the size of our opponent in the courtroom, no one will outwork us. We will leave no stone unturned or rock unmoved. We like to say when our opponents are sleeping or golfing; we are working.
Excellence in all. We put pride in our work product. We are continually developing and tweaking our systems and doing everything possible to be the best. We follow the adage, “measure twice and cut once.”
Family oriented. We’re a family-owned law firm. Next to our faith, our family is the most important. Loyalty and dedication are crucial to us. Hence, our clients and employees become family. We want these relationships to be life long and beneficial.
Our mission is advocating and pursuing justice zealously for the injured, accused, distressed families, and victims of discrimination.