While I can't speak to Mr. Dunn's competence when he's in court, I can address the way he treats clients, and it's highly disturbing. Someone close to me was his client, and after over 3 years, he never gave her her settlement money. He wrote her bad checks for her portion of the settlement--the bank said funds weren't available. He never returns her phonecalls, and his receptionists have lied that he's in meetings or out of the office when she's gone to his office to try and get her money. I wouldn't use his services unless I didn't plan on seeing my money! I've asked other attorneys about his conduct and they've said that he should be disbarred. Moreover, he has violated SEVERAL of the Texas Rules of Disciplinary Conduct that govern the behavior of lawyers. (I say this as someone who is in the legal field and has had to study and adhere to these rules).