Monica Garcia Bohuslav focuses her practice on personal injury litigation, business litigation, and business and real estate transactions. Born and raised in Dallas, Monica returned to the area after law school and began practice. Initially, Monica worked for a large regional insurance defense firm defending large trucking companies, commercial retailers, an oil and gas company, and individual insureds against personal injury claims made against them by injured individuals. After years of this practice and wanting to really help those in need within the community, Monica decided to change her focus in order to serve individuals who have been injured. Monica’s experience on the opposing side of personal injury cases enables her to provide rare insight to her client’s cases by allowing her to identify and capitalize on the defense and insurance companies’ tactics in order to further highlight strengths in her clients’ cases.
Monica has worked on hundreds of trucking injury cases, including a catastrophic injury case that involved multiple fatalities, was investigated by the NTSB and covered by national news outlets. One of her verdicts was rated No. 1 verdict for multi vehicle collision and Top 100 truck accident verdicts in 2018 by Top Verdicts. Monica also has considerable experience handling slip and fall cases, premises liability cases, wrongful death cases, and breach of contract cases. In 2019, Monica won a $10.6 million jury verdict plus attorneys’ fees for breach of a commercial contract; the verdict ranked in Texas’ Top 25 Verdicts for 2019.
Monica also has extensive experience in handling business and real estate transactional matters. She represents companies and commercial real estate investors on an ongoing basis handling all aspects of their business transactions and acquisitions. Monica has extensive experience in negotiating and preparing asset purchase agreements, purchase and sale agreements, commercial leases, management agreements, development agreements, non-compete agreements, exclusivity agreements, employment agreements, and other business formation and dissolution documents.