What distinguishes me from most trial lawyers is my intense focus on being prepared and anticipating issues that will heavily impact the outcome of a dispute. I also take great pride in always keeping clients up to speed on every aspect of their cases and working together to create a strategy that will put them in the best position to succeed, either through aggressive litigation or a cost-effective alternative solution.
Andy Landry is a veteran trial lawyer with an extremely diverse and challenging caseload, primarily focused on high-exposure personal injury litigation and complex commercial disputes before state and federal courts throughout Texas and many other states. His clients range from Fortune 500 companies to small businesses within several industries, including chemical production, paint and coatings, oil and gas, paper mills, steel manufacturing, construction and sporting products.
Andy has guided plaintiffs and defendants to successful results in jury and bench trials, on summary judgment, on appeal and through cost-effective settlement negotiations. His personal injury practice covers a broad range of claims with large dollar amounts at stake, including premises liability, products liability, toxic torts, wrongful death, property damage, food contamination, vehicular accidents and OSHA investigations. Andy also handles a variety of commercial litigation matters involving breach of contract, employment issues, fraud and DTPA claims.
Although his practice is largely focused on resolving disputes after they escalate to litigation, Andy also has unique experience in crisis management and preventative litigation strategies. He’s always on call to guide premises owners through the legal and public relations issues that arise after a catastrophic accident involving serious injuries and substantial property damage. Andy helps clients stay ahead of the crisis by leading a team of lawyers and experts focused on collecting evidence, interviewing witnesses, assessing causation and evaluating injury and property claims.