A TRIAL TEAM FOR TOUGH TRIALS
Winning a Lawsuit Starts with Picking the Right Attorneys to Handle Your Case.
Any lawsuit involving serious injuries and significant damages should be handled by a trial lawyer who can take the case all the way to verdict. Complex cases require an experienced, successful trial lawyer who has extensive experience in the courtroom and at the negotiating table. Mike Kaeske works with an experienced team of legal professionals or prepare the case from the perspective of how a jury will see the case unfold in court. When the stakes are high, preparation makes the difference.
Breach of Contract
Breach of Fiduciary Duty
Complex Business Litigation
Significant Auto and Trucking Crashes
Significant Work Accidents
"THE DALLAS TRIAL LAWYER"
Mike Kaeske has decades of courtroom experience. He consistently tries tough, complex cases to verdict. Today, he is one of the finest, most respected trial lawyers based in Dallas, Texas.
In 1995, Mike graduated from UT with a joint J.D./M.B.A. and began trying cases for Baron & Budd, the premier plaintiff’s personal injury litigation firm. Early in Mike’s career, D Magazine recognized his talents, selecting him in the first group of the Best Lawyers in Dallas Under 40. Mike consistently earned his early reputation by bringing home multiple plaintiffs’ verdicts for Baron & Budd’s clients.
In 1999, Mike left Baron & Budd to form his own firm and then opened offices in Austin and Dallas, where he has handled a range of significant cases for the last two decades.
In 2011, Texas Lawyer recognized Mike for obtaining one of the largest in Dallas County history. The jury award, which is included in the Texas Verdicts Hall of Fame, followed a commercial dispute in an alternative energy transaction that included claims of breach of partnership agreements, breach of fiduciary duties, and fraud. Mike handled the case from its inception through its post-verdict settlement following a lengthy trial, and he led a team of other outstanding attorneys, including Chris Hamilton, Lisa Blue Baron, Brad Jackson, Jeremy Martin, Tim Perkins, and Harriet O’Neill.