Chad Inderman is a senior partner in the law firm and manages the firm’s litigation practice. Chad grew up in remote Central Texas and graduated from Texas A&M University. He has been a member of the law firm since he graduated with honors from Texas Tech University School of Law.
In his role as managing litigation partner, Chad is involved in every major injury case throughout the firm and he has been instrumental in the recovery of hundreds of millions of dollars for our clients. Thanks to his rural upbringing, Chad connects with his clients in ways very few attorneys can. He cares about his clients and works diligently to earn their trust through hard work. Chad has two goals in every case: (1) holding for-profit companies and their insurers financially accountable for wrongdoing, and (2) making the world a little bit safer. Chad loves fighting for the underdog and aggressively pushes cases to trial until or unless the defense gives up. Chad is also a multi-engine and instrument rated pilot which enables him to fly the law firm’s plane to handle cases anywhere in the United States.
Since 2012, Chad has been named as a Thomson Reuters Texas Rising Star in Texas; less than 2.5% of lawyers in Texas are chosen for this honor. Chad earned Martindale-Hubbell’s highest rating, AV-Preeminent, for legal ethics and ability.
His case experience includes catastrophic injuries involving almost every type of oilfield work throughout the Permian Basin. Additionally, Chad handles major injury cases involving 18-wheeler crashes, commercial motor vehicle crashes, and motorcycle crashes. Chad also handles litigation involving forklifts, petroleum refineries, warehouses, grain-handling and cattle-feeding facilities, and various other industrial injury cases in New Mexico and Texas. Chad’s years of experience applying various safety standards is an advantage to our clients, leading to numerous multimillion-dollar recoveries for our injured clients.
Chad is licensed to practice in New Mexico and Texas state courts. He is also admitted to practice in the United States District Courts for the Northern and Western Districts of Texas, the United States District Court for the District of New Mexico, and the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.