Tarrant County Injury Lawyers
Tarrant County, Texas, retains its distinctly western frontier spirit, while booming with modern growth and prosperity. The powerful Trinity River flows through Tarrant County, and helps feed the county’s five beautiful lakes.
One of the fastest growing regions in the state, Tarrant County is home to the flourishing city of Fort Worth, which serves as the county seat. The Dallas-Fort Worth Metropolitan Area, known as the Metroplex, has enjoyed phenomenal growth in the past decades, and is the hub for commerce, finance and industry for north-central Texas.
Tarrant County is also home to several other large cities. The city of North Richland Hills has a population near 50,000. A suburb of Fort Worth, the residents call their home “The City of Choice,” and are proud of their outstanding quality of life and tight-knit community. Bedford lies in the very heart of the Metroplex, and with a population just under 50,000, and the residents cherish the small-town atmosphere of their community.
Tarrant County’s economic boom began in the mid-1900s, when the aviation industry moved into Fort Worth, along with the military. The completion of Interstate 30 opened the entire region up to commerce, and manufacturing took off in the area. Today, Tarrant County still has a large agricultural industry, producing pecans, cotton and grains, as well as livestock and poultry, but the region also manufactures everything from aerospace products to mobile homes and plastics.
The county represents a window for Texas into the rest of the country and the world. It is home to several prominent employers, including the AMR Corporation, Lockheed Martin and Bell Helicopter Texitron, Inc. The Naval Air Station is an important military base, adding to the impressive list of players in the aviation sector. The Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport provides Tarrant County firms with a global connection, and is quickly gaining recognition as a premier site for business relocation. Tarrant County has grown from a western wide-open ranges and grassy plains region into a remarkable urban area.
How Others See Tarrant County
The dynamic growth of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metro area, its high quality of life and its increasing recognition as a home for new high-technology industries, assures Tarrant County’s bright economic future and earns it several distinctions:
- The Dallas-Fort Worth economy is the sixth-largest in the U.S., worth $379.9 billion.
- With its top-rated schools, business opportunities and cultural attractions, Tarrant Count is consistently rated one of the most livable communities both in Texas and in the country.
- The cost of living in Tarrant County is 5.8 percent lower than the national average, and the unemployment rate also undercuts the national average.
- Tarrant County is home to some of the best public schools in Texas, with 11 of its high schools ranking among the top 150 in the state.
Tarrant County Injury Lawyers
Kraft & Associates, P.C., is also proud to serve Tarrant County. We are easily accessible from anywhere in Tarrant County with offices located at 2777 North Stemmons Freeway in Dallas, right off of Interstate 35E. We have been providing legal representation for residents of Tarrant County since 1971, and our attorneys and support staff have been with Kraft & Associates, P.C., for an average of 25 years.
With a booming, young, ambitious population, the Tarrant County naturally sees its share of conflicts that give rise to legal issues. Our lawyers are experienced in resolving legal matters in many areas, and we work with clients in personal injury cases, Social Security disability claims, workplace accidents, premises liability issues, and will and probate matters.
If you need high-quality legal assistance in Tarrant County or anywhere in North Texas, we can help. We offer free initial consultations to evaluate your claim and discuss your options, and we always keep your information confidential. Contact us online or by phone at (817) 999-9999 to schedule an appointment.
- Tarrant County: Labor Force and Major Employers
- Tarrant County: History
- Livability: Fort Worth, TX
- Star-Telegram: 11 Tarrant Area High Schools Among Top 150 in Texas
- Sperling’s Best Places: Best Place to Live in Tarrant County, Texas
- Dallas Economic Development: Accolades
- Forbes: America’s Fastest Growing Cities 2015