We proudly serve many governmental entities in communities across South Texas with a range of legal services, including litigation defense, special counsel, and labor relations. We have offices in San Antonio, Harlingen and Laredo, serving clients from Laredo to Galveston, from Waco to Corpus Christi, from Houston to Brownsville.
The following list of our clients demonstrates that our Texas trial lawyers can provide effective representation at any level of local government. Contact an experienced litigation attorney at Denton, Navarro, Rocha & Bernal today for an initial consultation about any of our services.
GOVERNMENTAL RISK POOLS:
Texas Municipal League Intergovernmental Risk Pool, Texas Council Risk Management Fund, Housing Authority Risk Retention Group, Texas Association of Counties
City of San Antonio, City of Austin, City of Corpus Christi, City of Brownsville, City of Laredo, City of Weslaco, City of Pharr, City of Houston, City of Del Rio, City of Galveston, City of Alvin, City of Eagle Pass, City of McAllen, City of Kerrville, City of Kingsville, City of Alamo, City of Mercedes, City of Donna, City of La Feria, City of Cibolo, City of El Paso, City of Boerne, City of Lubbock, City of Progreso, City of Roma, City of Round Rock, City of San Benito, City of La Vernia, City of New Braunfels, City of Waco, City of Bay City, City of Leon Valley, and many more.
Bexar County, Medina County, Webb County, Maverick County, Cameron County
San Antonio Housing Authority, Housing Authority for City of Austin, Laredo Housing Authority, Harlingen Housing Authority, Willacy County Housing Authority
WATER & IRRIGATION DISTRICTS:
Maverick County Water Control & Improvement District, Cameron County Irrigation District No. 2, Harlingen Irrigation District
Port Isabel and San Benito Navigation District
Tropical Texas Center for Mental Health and Mental Retardation, Center for Health Care Services (MHMR), Nueces County MHMR, Laredo MHMR
Lower Rio Grande Valley Workforce Development Board; Lower Rio Grande Valley Development Council, VIA Metropolitan Transit