Scott Lidji is the founder of The Lidji Firm. Scott offers his expertise in representing clients seeking to recover damages in significant personal injury, paralysis and wrongful death cases. Before forming The Lidji Firm, Scott worked for nationwide law office in the Dallas area suing automobile manufacturers for product design defects across the country. The Lidji Firm accepts cases across the country to include mass tort (Zantac and Johnson and Johnson Talc cases) litigation, automobile crashworthiness cases, trucking, bus and train cases as well as commercial vehicle collisions, other general personal injury matters including premises liability cases.
Since opening his firm in late 2012, Mr. Lidji has received referrals from attorneys across the country and has an excellent reputation in the legal community for obtaining justice for his clients. Scott has been inducted into The National Trial Lawyers Top 100 Trial Lawyers, Motor Vehicle Trial Lawyers Association Top 25; National Trial Lawyers Top 10 Bad Faith Insurance; Americas Top 100 High Stakes Litigator; The National Academy of Personal Injury Attorneys, The Texas Bar College and the American Institute of Personal Injury Attorneys 10 Best. All of the above-mentioned memberships are invitation only and are limited to only the top trial lawyers who exhibit the highest ethical and professional standards.
Prior to forming The Lidji Firm, Mr. Lidji was a multiline claims adjuster with Farmers Insurance Group of Companies. Upon graduation, Scott began his legal career as an insurance defense attorney that represented various insurance carriers to include State Farm, Farmers Insurance, Allstate Insurance as well as other carriers. Scott's unique pre-law experience handling personal injury claims for Farmer Insurance as well as his litigation and extensive trial record provides you with a unique skill set to handle your case at all phases, not just in the litigation phase. Mr. Lidji is known for his aggressive representation, fair and balanced evaluations of cases and, of course, his trial record.
United States District Court, Northern District of Texas, 2010
United States District Court, Southern District of Texas, 1997
United States District Court, Eastern District of Texas, 2010
United States District Court, Western District of Texas, 2010
United States District Court, Western District of Oklahoma, 2011
United States District Court, Eastern District of Oklahoma, 2011