Jeremy Aleman focuses his practice on the representation and defense of entities involved in all aspects of construction and manufacturing-related industries. He has represented numerous owners, general contractors and subcontractors in matters ranging from contract disputes to construction defect lawsuits. He also represents clients in employer liability matters – those claims brought by the surviving spouses and children of employees who have lost their lives in the course and scope of their employment.
Mr. Aleman also has significant experience defending business owners in dram shop and premise safety/liability matters. In addition to his educational and legal experience, Mr. Aleman is able to call upon years of prior experience working in the public safety and construction sectors.
Mr. Aleman has represented his clients in a number of settings including state and federal court, arbitration and informal pre-suit dispute resolution. Whether the disputes involving his clients are frivolous or warranted, Mr. Aleman’s practical approach is the same. His clients know that Mr. Aleman will seek to resolve their dispute without unnecessary delay, inconvenience or expense when possible. On the other hand, Mr. Aleman is ready to take the necessary steps to defend and fight for his clients.
Mr. Aleman is a passionate lawyer who zealously represents his clients in all phases of litigation. He is a thoughtful planner, fervent litigator and enthusiastic negotiator. Mr. Aleman is experienced in positioning a case for resolution or trial through planning and preparation.
Mr. Aleman received a B.S. in Behavioral Science and Health from the University of Utah in 1999. He received a J.D. from the Southern Methodist University School of Law in 2003, where he made the Dean’s List and the Southern Methodist University Law Review. Prior to practicing law, Mr. Aleman spent several years working in support of the mentally ill, as well as working in the construction industry and public safety sector. Mr. Aleman is a volunteer with the Dallas Volunteer Attorney Project and he is a member of the National Alliance on Mental Illness/Dallas and the Dallas Bar Association, participating in its Construction Law Section.