The Sheller Law Firm P.L.L.C.

Serious Personal Injury - Life Insurance Sales Fraud - Class Action

Gene S. Hagood, Esq.

“I am pleased and honored to provide this letter of recommendation for attorney David Sheller.

“I have been practicing law for over 37 years and am Board Certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in Personal Injury Trial Law. I was also voted in as an Advocate with the American Board of Trial Advocacy. I have won verdicts and settlements for many millions of dollars in highly complex cases. My largest verdict was approximately $281 million dollars last year.

“I have known David Sheller for over twenty years and have handled cases with him. I have found him to be meticulous in his planning and preparation for trial.

“As co-counsel in one of David’s cases in Galveston, Texas, David’s rebuttal closing argument was one of the five best I have ever heard including arguments by Joe Jamail and John O’Quinn, two very prominent Houston trial lawyers.

“David is highly qualified and zealous in his client advocacy and I am pleased to recommend David for any type of complex litigation case.”

Gene S. Hagood, Esq.

Note: Mr. Hagood graciously compares David Sheller’s closing argument to Joe Jamail and John O’Quinn, legendary trial lawyers, who both had $1 billion dollar plus verdicts and numerous multi million dollar verdicts. The football field at the University of Texas is named Joe Jamail Field because of a $40 million dollar donation by Mr. Jamail to the University of Texas.

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