Chamblee & Ryan PC


Chamblee & Ryan PC

Transportation & Shipping, Corporate, Personal Injury, Employment, Mental Health

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Brandee L. Todd

Lawsuit & Dispute, Transportation & Shipping, Industry Specialties, Employment

Ms. Brandee Todd is a member of Lakewood Service League, Highland Park United Methodist Church.

Brett T. Barber

Estate Planning, Family Law, Insurance, Litigation

Brian R Tingle

General Practice

Cory Shoemake


Cory Shoemake joined Chamblee Ryan in 2009.  He was born in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Cory and his wife Kerri have 1 child.  

Elizabeth R. Flora

General Practice

Ms. Elizabeth Flora is involved in volunteering for the community and has received several awards for her service.  To mention a few, see below:-... (more)

Jeffery M. Kershaw

Construction Contracts, Complex Litigation, Alcoholic Beverages, Corporate

Jeffery Kershaw has extensive experience in complex commercial, construction and employment litigation. He has litigated and tried numerous cases, inc... (more)

Jeffrey R. Ross

Litigation, Mental Health, Insurance, Personal Injury

Jeffrey A. Strauss

Transportation & Shipping, Housing & Construction Defects, Employment, Insurance

Jennifer M. Hamlett

Transportation & Shipping, Insurance, Personal Injury, Medical Malpractice

Kimberly E. Kizziah

Criminal, Insurance, Medical Malpractice, Premises Liability

Ms. Kimberly Kizziah is involved in a charity group entitled Attorneys Serving the Community.  The group involves Dallas-area attorneys who choos... (more)

Lia Guzman Petrasek

Insurance, Motor Vehicle, Car Accident, Municipal

Lindsay E. Goodner

Medical Malpractice, Transportation & Shipping, Corporate, Products Liability


M. Todd Allen

Age Discrimination, Corporate, Business Successions, Civil Rights

Mr. Todd Allen channels his off-work passion as a Boy Club Scout leader and youth soccer coach.  He enjoys soccer and Scouting with his thre... (more)

Nicole T. Studer

General Practice

Peter H. Anderson

Mental Health, Employment, Corporate, Personal Injury

Peter Anderson is an experienced counselor and litigator with a practice focused primarily on Health Law and related complex commercial, employment, a... (more)

Ryan D. Wozny

Transportation & Shipping, Wills & Probate, Family Law, Medical Malpractice

Sarah M. Schechter

Corporate, Employment, Family Law, Medical Malpractice

Ms. Sarah Schechter is involved in an organization that raises money for the Alzheimer's Association. Every year, the blonde team and the brunette tea... (more)

Thomas E. Gavigan

Premises Liability, Insurance, Personal Injury, Car Accident

William H. Chamblee

Transportation & Shipping, Personal Injury, Medical Malpractice, Professional Malpractice

Having practiced for a number of years, I have learned to trust the civil jury system. Many who are unfamiliar with the courtroom are fearful. They ar... (more)

Jarad L. Kent

Real Estate, Corporate, Business, Accident & Injury

Jeffrey W. Ryan

Affirmative Action, Criminal, Americans with Disabilities Act , Corporate


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Chamblee & Ryan PC
2777 N Stemmons Freeway,Suite 1157
Dallas, TX 75207


2777 N Stemmons Freeway,Suite 1157
Dallas, TX 75207

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