Thomas J. Henry Celebrates with a $5 Million Birthday Bash

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Everything’s bigger in Texas. Texas super lawyer Thomas J. Henry held a $5 million First Class Birthday Party featuring musical performances by Steve Aoki and Jack Harlow for 600 guests at night club, Superstition in Austin.  The Event also celebrated Thomas J. Henry paying out over a billion dollars to clients from courtroom victories in the past four years. Yup, a billion!

The birthday boy Thomas J. Henry and Evelin Crossland arrive.

Steve Aoki performed his new song dropping next week and Harlow wowed the crowd with his charisma and hits including Lovin’ On Me, Glamorous, What’s Poppin as well as sharing that his middle name is also … Thomas.

some of the 600 guests waiting for the show to start …
Steve Aoki takes the stage.

Steve Aoki.

Jack Harlow follows …

Jack Harlow.

Six of Thomas’ private supercar collection including Ferraris, Porsches, and Lamborghinis were on display at the entrance to the party along with cirque-du-soleil style performers and exotic floral displays. Guests dined on sushi from hotspot J-Prime and specialty cocktails for the party including the Class Action and Closing Argument.

A sampling of Thomas’ private supercar collection.

The party ended in the early hours of the morning in true St. Tropez style with a jeroboam sized bottle of Ace of Spades Champagne being used to spray the well-wishers.

Thomas J. Henry pouring the champagne.

Thomas J. Henry is one of the country’s most well-known personal injury attorneys, and it’s more than just for his cases and billion dollars in judgements delivered for his Clients. Yup, a billion. With over 35 years’ experience, and five offices across Texas, he knows how to win multi-million-dollar suits, verdicts, and settlements. As a personal injury expert, he has helped countless victims of trucking and auto accidents, hit-and-run cases, on the job accidents, and medical malpractice claims across the country – Collecting over one billion dollars for Clients in just the past four years.

As a philanthropist, Henry sponsors arts and music events, and has supported international relief efforts. He has also donated money to countless universities and schools across Texas to help upgrade their technology in classrooms and support athletes. He has also helped feed the poor, having donated thousands of turkeys to small town families in southern Texas during Thanksgiving, year in, year out.

As a Texan business icon, his work still isn’t done yet. “I am proud and honored to serve so many people and families all over Texas for nearly 35 years,” he says. “Dedication to serving others has been my passion.”

Laurie Dobson.
Ian Bean and Dylan Edwards.
L. to r.: Gabbi Harris and Gaby Roberti; Alexis Pinkerton and Marisa Barrera.
Morgan Scholten and friends.
Trinity Hart, Katlyn Tate, and Harlee Ann Haag.
Richard Christiansen, Paco Lopez, Thomas J. Henry, and David Iglesias.
Ruben Herrera and Steve Aoki.
Meghan Copeland, Allison Brooks, and Julia Zins.

Photographs by Getty Images / Johnny Nunez; BFA / Jason Crowley; Shutterstock / Erika Rich

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