Welcome to the TexasPowerCollapse.com website

Here you’ll find a wealth of information about the legal landscape of the Texas Power Failure litigation and what it means to you.

Whether you are one of our clients or just curious as to what the latest new is all about – TexasPowerCollapse.com is a great place to start.

We’ll be posting information about the various lawsuits, bankruptcies, and class actions – tips for dealing with your insurance carriers and more.  We’ll be providing hand-picked news articles, all of our press releases, and articles written about our firm and our involvement in the Texas Power Failure litigation.

As the litigation moves forward, we’ll be posting not only the actual lawsuits and legal actions that we file – but maintain a library of important legal documents including, petitions, orders, and key pieces of evidence that we can make public – all for you to review.

Additionally, there is an entire section dedicated to our existing clients and those who have signed up and are choosing us to represent them in the power failure matters.   Here current clients can find a deeper set of tools and updates specifically focused on you and your situation.

Using this site, you will be able to ask questions of the attorneys and legal professionals, to keep us posted on your information should you move or relocate or get a new phone number and/or email address.

You can send your friends and family to this website as a quick and easy way for them to sign up as well.

We look forward to helping you get all the compensation you deserve.

Thank You

Brent Coon

Austin, Texas – February 15, 2021: a long line wraps around an HEB grocery store

Did you sustain injury or property damage during the BIG TEXAS FREEZE?

More than 4 million people woke up without power in Texas amid record low temperatures.

More than 4.4 million people were without power in Texas as record-low temperatures brought a demand for power that the state’s electric grid could not keep up with.
At least 25 people have died from weather-related causes so far, most of them in Texas, as the storm blanketed large swaths of the country. 

Ice on a power line in Central Texas

Will Texas Grid Manager ERCOT Face Class Actions Over Power Outages?

Texas lawmakers are calling for investigations into the state’s power grid manager and are demanding resignations from some of its top leadership.


We are dedicated to holding electric and natural gas companies accountable for providing the services their customers have paid for. Our success against many of the nation’s largest power companies, along with our dedication to our clients and their families, means these companies often choose to settle with us rather than face our team at trial.