Chase Hardy

Associate Attorney

Chase Hardy is a Texan through and through.

Chase understands that a journey through our judicial system can be intimidating. The fear of the unknown can creep into every crevice of a person’s life. This is why Chase has dedicated his life to understanding the intricate and nuanced workings of our judicial system. A continual thirst for knowledge and years of traditional schooling has crafted Chase into a truly zealous advocate for everyone he represents. He believes deeply in the wisdom of the jury and is proud to take a case to verdict.

A San Antonio Native, Chase began his primary education in the community of Castle Hills. He studied Finance at Baylor University in Waco, Texas where he was heavily involved in student life. Chase stayed in Waco for his legal studies and attended Baylor University School of Law. Chase contributed to the law school’s advocacy programs by competing on multiple Mock Trial and Moot Court teams in competitions accross the nation.

As a law student, Chase spent his summers clerking for two prominent San Antonio Plaintiff’s and Defense firms and had the honor of working with Justice Patricia O. Alvarez of the Fourth Court of Appeals. After receiving his provisional license Chase began practicing law at the age of 23. By the time he turned 25 Chase had successfully first-chaired a civil trial to verdict. Chase was hired as an Associate Attorney with GRIFFIN PURNELL LLC in 2021.

While outside of the courtroom, Chase enjoys working on his family ranch in Boerne, Texas.

Areas of Practice

  • Complex Commercial Litigation
  • Mass Torts
  • Products Liability
  • Premises Liability
  • Toxic Tort Defense
  • Plaintiff's Litigation

States Admitted

  • Texas (2019)

Federal Courts Admitted

  • Western District of Texas

Education 

  • Baylor University, J.D. 
  • Baylor University, B.B.A.

Trial Experience and Representative Cases

Usio Inc. v. Vaden Landers, Case 2021-CI-01069, Bexar County, Texas (2021)

In Re: The Texas Municipal League Intergovernmental Risk Pool, Case 13-20-00486-CV, Hidalgo County, Texas (2020)

Jessica Youngblood v. Flightdeck Trampoline Park LLC, Case 236-307009-19, Tarrant County, Texas (2019)

Holder v. John Crane Inc., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (2019)

Garo v. Garo, Bexar County, Texas (2019)

In Re: Texas Opioid Litigation, Case 18-0358, Texas MDL (2018)