Having litigated hundreds of cases, Keith Purdue is one of Texas' most experienced wrongful death and personal injury attorneys.

Texas Dram Shop Attorney Keith Purdue
Dallas Personal Injury Attorney Keith Purdue

Keith attended Texas Tech University, where he double-majored in political science and history. Despite this heavy workload, Keith earned his bachelors in an impressive two years. He was then accepted to Texas Tech University School of Law, where he earned his doctorate of jurisprudence in only two and a half years. Keith attributes much of his success in managing his caseload to the lessons he learned in managing such a demanding school schedule.

Upon graduating from law school, Keith began practicing at the Law Offices of Frank L. Branson, one of Texas' most experienced trial firms. While working with Branson, Keith learned a lot about the art and science of litigation and about how to help jurors see a case through the eyes of the plaintiff.

Keith then came to work for Grossman Law Offices. He chose our firm because he wanted an opportunity to take the lead on cases and to handle them from consultation to trial by himself. Soon after starting at GLO, Keith tried his first case, winning a decisive victory for a client who had suffered debilitating burns suffered at a Dallas restaurant. Since then, Keith's experience and track record has grown by leaps and bounds, and there are very few attorneys who can match his experienced or record. He has now been with the firm for nearly 12 years and has been made a partner.

A few facts about Keith:

  • He has arguably litigated more dram shop cases than any other attorney in Texas.
  • He has handled literally hundreds of truck accident cases.
  • Three of his cases have been featured in Verdict Search's "Top 50 Verdicts and Settlements" publication.
  • He has been named a Texas Super Lawyers Rising Star by Thomson Reuters.

Keith lives in Collin County with his wife and three kids. He spends his free time attending church, practicing long-range shooting, and fishing.