With the fall of Saigon, the capitol of South Vietnam, the North Vietnamese forces moved in to capture the city. At almost eighteen months old, I was fleeing my native born country along with tens of thousands of other South Vietnamese refugees in April of 1975. My American father was not going to leave me or my Vietnamese mother behind. We were quickly moved onto a military cargo plane with nothing more than the clothes on our backs, as the mass exodus began, and as the Vietnam War came to an end with the institution of the communist regime.
Workers’ Compensation Managing Attorney
Ann is a Workers’ Compensation attorney at Bailey & Galyen since May 2018. She serves clients who have been injured on the job and are seeking medical and financial help due to injury sustained on the job. She has previous experience in construction and real estate law.
Workers’ Compensation Attorney
Cole Fulks has been practicing law in Texas since 1991. He has been both a criminal law prosecutor and defense attorney, he has practiced family law, probate law, and social security disability and consumer bankruptcy. He has tried cases to a jury several times, and has represented many clients with a variety of legal issues. Cole Fulks is a native Texan, and a graduate of Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas and the Capital University Law School in Columbus, Ohio. He has a son and a daughter pursuing nursing degrees through Tarrant County College. Cole Fulks is a Workers Compensation Attorney with the Bailey and Galyen Law Firm, and daily represents injured workers. Cole Fulks brings his varied experience in the law to make sure that the injured worker represented by the Bailey and Galyen Law Firm receives the due process they are entitled to receive, and the fair outcome they deserve.