Mr. Dingman focuses his practice on seeking justice for wronged individuals, including workers and consumers injured or cheated by large companies. Before joining Scott and Scott, Mr. Dingman helped to secure millions of dollars in recoveries on behalf of injured clients in asbestos, pharmaceutical, and medical device cases. He has extensive litigation experience in both trial and appellate courts, ranging from very large and complex cases to the very personal. Mass Torts: Lead counsel in a case arising out of a factory's distribution of asbestos waste materials to children of nearby farmer. Worked with expert witnesses to assess highly contaminated farm and develop novel testing protocol for measuring asbestos exposure of the children. Obtained seven figure recovery for clients. Lead author of summary judgment motion challenging application of Texas worker's compensation defense to cases involving toxic chemical exposure before 1971. Motion resulted in multimillion dollar inventory settlement reached mid-hearing. Lead appellate counsel in complex choice of law appeal involving application of successor liability in maritime asbestos exposure case. General Civil Litigation & Pro Bono Work: Mr. Dingman has been either first or second chair in more than two dozen bench and jury trials. Beyond complex litigation, Mr. Dingman has devoted significant time to representing tenants, often on a pro-bono basis. Mr. Dingman's CLE papers and presentations include Proving and Calculating Damages in Consumer and Housing Cases (2016); Counseling the Landlord and Tenants in the Wake of a Natural Disaster (2017).