No stranger to the courtroom, Claire Fore shifted her legal prowess to Parker Law Firm in 2018 after working for a personal injury firm in Mesquite. From a young age, Claire had a front-row seat to court proceedings when she’d visit her aunt, a District judge, during summer vacations. Even from then she knew that she’d pursue a career in law. “It is very gratifying to be in a position to help people navigate the legal process during life-changing events oftentimes,” Claire says.
When she wasn’t soaking up the courtroom process, Claire spent her childhood in Montana playing club soccer, golfing, downhill skiing, playing violin and traveling to Belize. “I have two awesome brothers and wonderful parents. I am grateful for my upbringing in Montana; it was full of love, adventure and lessons that have shaped the person I have become,” she says. Claire also enjoyed studying language. She took Spanish lessons all through college and went to Concordia Language Villages for many years.
Today Claire spends time out of the office with her husband, a Fort Worth native, and their yellow lab. She recently bought some undeveloped land west of Fort Worth so that she and her husband can pursue their hunting hobby, and they spend a great deal of time clearing brush.
Excited to be practicing law on this side of the Metroplex, Claire’s desire to play a role in the legal process and her engagement within the community make her an asset to the firm. “I feel like I’ve been exposed to a wide range of different circumstances, backgrounds and challenges. This has allowed me to approach my work with a broader and more understanding perspective,” she says. Perfectly aligned with the firm’s mission, Claire always puts the client first. “I am genuinely interested in my clients’ circumstances and treat them with respect and compassion. I truly believe in the importance of treating clients as if they were family. They know they can count of us, which brings peace of mind through trying times.”