The Clinesmith Firm is one of the premiere litigation law firms in Denton County, Texas, a part of the Dallas/Fort Worth Metro area. The firm specializes in Family, Criminal, and Abuse law.
With over 40 years experience between the firm's litigators, the firm combines an amazing track record with professionalism and skill that holds responsible parties accountable.
No matter your legal concern or issue in these areas, we guarantee you will receive our utmost care and attention to get the results you deserve. Contact us today for a free consultation!
Curtis Clinesmith focuses his efforts on cases involving general negligence and nursing home litigation. Curtis earned a Bachelors degree in Education and a Masters in History from the University of North Texas. Prior to practicing law, Curtis taught history in the public schools.
He received his law degree from St. Mary’s University School of Law, where he was a member of the Board of Advocates. The Board was responsible for the administration of all student advocacy competitions.
He was admitted to the Texas bar in 1997, and is a member of the Denton County Bar Association, the Texas Trial Lawyers Association and the Association of Trial Lawyers of America. He is also an active participant in ATLA's Nursing Home Litigation Practice Group.
Since May 3, 1996, J.T. has enthusiastically represented citizens charged with all types of crimes.
His representation of clients has ranged from representing them prior to any charges being filed all the
way to representing them on appeal of a verdict that he believed was not just.
J.T. has never prosecuted anyone for a crime.
This is not to say that he believes that prosecution cannot be done in an ethical and moral way.
It is just against his makeup to engage in that aspect of the law.
Robyn learned to love the law while attending paralegal school at night. Her love was further fueled when she began working for a firm that specialized in Social Security disability.
Robyn decided to practice Social Security disability law “because there are so many people out there who need a fair shot at getting their Social Security disability benefits and need someone on their side who knows how to navigate the system.”
Robyn enjoys Social Security disability law because, she said, “it is not as adversarial as litigation. And you truly get to help your clients, but do not have to ‘beat’ the other side in order to do so.”