Reagan Sahadi is a personal injury attorney who resides in Corpus Christi, TX. He represents clients in wrongful death and catastrophic injury cases throughout Texas and the nation.
Reagan received his bachelor’s in business administration from St. Edward’s University in Austin, Texas, in 2001; he then graduated from the University of Houston Law Center in 2005.
After working for several other law firms and as a sitting municipal court judge for the city of Goliad, Texas, Reagan Sahadi opened Sahadi Legal Group.
Reagan has recovered millions of dollars in verdicts and settlements on behalf of his clients. This includes a $124 million judgment against a negligent bus company in El Paso, Texas in 2005.
This was the largest verdict for actual damages in El Paso County history. He feels strongly that the difference he can make in people’s lives is the inspiration to keep taking on tough cases of injustice and negligence.
For Reagan Sahadi, one particular case was life-changing, both for him and for his client:
“Roughly a month after I opened my doors, I received a call from Pam Luce, whose husband Burl was traveling home on a motorcycle on highway 185 near Bloomington, Texas. A company pick up truck had pulled out of a side road from a nearby plant attempting to merge onto highway 185. However, the truck failed to yield to the motorcycle. The motorcyclist slammed into the back of the bed of the pickup truck and was thrown 60 feet.”
“He sustained massive injuries and spent 8 months in and out of the hospital, eventually having his leg amputated. I diligently worked on this case and refused multiple settlements offers from the company. I wanted my client to have justice and the settlement that he deserved. On the eve of trial, the case settled. The clients were overjoyed – it was life changing money for him and his wife. Although my client lost his leg, Burl and Pam were able to retire.”
“They have purchased a nice home in Louisiana where Pam is from. I talk to them almost weekly. Every time I do so, they tell me ‘we went through hell, but you changed our lives.’ It always makes me feel good when I hear that.”
Reagan Sahadi continues to fight vigorously on behalf of his clients and help his community.