The Roper Firm, P.C.

3131 McKinney AvenueSte. 600Dallas, TX 75204

Updated: 10/23/2017


Based in Dallas, Texas, The Roper Firm's guiding principle is to pursue cases that have a positive impact on society by advocating on behalf of classes of consumers, employees, and others whose legal rights have been denied. The Roper Firm represents plaintiffs in statewide and nationwide class actions and multi-party complex litigation in federal and state courts, focusing on consumer rights, healthcare retirement benefits, and other workplace benefits.

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Practice Areas

  • Nursing Home Abuse
  • Class Actions -- Plaintiff
  • Drugs & Medical Devices
  • Multi-Plaintiff Litigation
  • Consumer Rights
  • Healthcare Retirement Benefits
  • Products Liability Litigation
  • Toxic Tort Cases




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3131 McKinney AvenueSte. 600Dallas, TX 75204


  • 214-856-8480


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