pryce g. tucker
Pryce has handled a variety of high-exposure litigation matters in state and federal courts nationwide. Much of his early litigation and trial practice involved defending domestic and international corporations against catastrophic personal injury and wrongful death suits. He has extensive products liability experience, including defense against design, manufacturing and marketing defect claims involving automotive seatbelt systems, airbags, seats, rollovers, window glazing, crashworthiness, and handling and stability; motorcycles; interstate motor coaches; forklifts; and industrial equipment. He has also defended against numerous fire cases, an area he was drawn to from his experience and training as a firefighter.
In recent years, he has defended against complex, catastrophic personal injury, wrongful death and property damages suits involving commercial vehicles and oilfield accidents. While he favors strong courtroom advocacy, he also relies on his mediation training to seek optimal results for his clients outside of court.
Before entering private practice, he had a two-year clerkship with the Honorable Kathryn H. Vratil, United States District Court, District of Kansas. During his tenure there, he drafted Memorandum Opinions and Orders on dispositive motions in a range of civil cases, including antitrust litigation, tort actions, employment discrimination suits, civil rights cases, breach of contract matters, telecommunications litigation, and bankruptcy appeals.
University of Michigan, J.D. 1997
Princeton University, A.B. 1992
U. S. District Court for the Northern, Eastern, Southern, and Western Districts of Texas
U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin
Defense Research Institute
"Did They Really Say That? A Lawyer's Perspective on (un) Ethical Conduct." – Rimkus Consulting Group, Inc. 3rd Annual Continuing Education Seminar for claims professionals
"Product Liability Recalls: Preparing for a Recall and Mitigating Legal Risks" – Strafford Webinar