The Old Red Courthouse, built in 1892 of red sandstone with rusticated marble accents, was the original Dallas County Courthouse located at 100 South Houston Street. It is now the Old Red Museum.
Dallas Biggers earned an L.L.B. from the University of Texas in Austin and was admitted to the Texas Bar in 1920. He began his law career in Dallas, Texas.
Dallas C. Biggers founded the Law Firm Biggers, Baker, Lloyd & Carver in 1923. His firm practiced business, real estate, estate & probate, and general civil law. He and his firm came to represent clients such as General Electric, Co., General Motors Acceptance Corp., Commonwealth Land Title Insurance Co., Columbia Broadcasting System, Cessna Finance Corp., and the Salvation Army, to name just a few.
By 1930 Texas ranked fifth in population nationally with 5,824,715 residents, including 260,475 people living in Dallas.
John Cramer Biggers joined the United States Air Force as a member of the Judge Advocate General’s Corps where he served as a Judge Advocate from 1955 to 1958. Upon returning from his deployment in England, John joined his father’s practice at Biggers, Baker, Lloyd and Carver.
Kay Thomas began her working relationship with The Biggers family by being originally hired by Biggers, Lloyd, Biggers, Beasley & Amerine in 1974 as a receptionist and advanced through the ranks. She retired in 2017 as The Biggers Law Firm’s Office Administrator.
At the passing of Dallas Biggers in 1983, his son, John was a managing partner of the firm. He attended Highland Park High School and then undergraduate and law school in Dallas at SMU. Consequently, he had strong roots in Dallas and was active in both the business and social communities. He grew up in Highland Park United Methodist Church. To relax, John and his family enjoyed fly fishing in Colorado as well as hunting in North and Central Texas.
Bank of America Plaza is a 72-story skyscraper located in downtown Dallas, Texas. It is the tallest building in Dallas and an iconic part of the Dallas skyline.
After finishing law school at St. Mary’s University School of Law, Ted Biggers was admitted to the State Bar of Texas in 1988, becoming the third generation in his family to practice law.
In 2005, Kathryn joined The Biggers Law Firm after working for the Dallas City Attorney’s Office as a Prosecutor.
The Biggers Law Firm, P.C. moved to their current offices in the thriving State Thomas Historic District in Uptown Dallas.