Practice areas


By reviewing the specific litigation areas, you can see that our firm has tried as lead counsel scores of cases to juries as well as assisted as local counsel in many more.  That experience also allows out firm to make extensive use of alternative dispute resolution techniques, including mediation and arbitration.  In order to litigate any case successfully, you must know where you are and who your audience is. Our firm can certainly help you with this part of South Texas. Our firm’s experience includes the following types of cases:

  • Negligence
  • Professional Negligence
  • Toxic Tort
  • Oil and Gas
  • Gender Discrimination
  • National Origin Discrimination
  • Race Discrimination
  • Worker’s Compensation Retaliation
  • Deceptive Trade Practices
  • Will Contests
  • Construction

Representative Cases:

  • Lead counsel for a major chemical company in a plant explosion with over 1100 plaintiffs
  • Defended Fortune 100 company on claims of groundwater contamination with over 1200 plaintiffs
  • Lead trial attorney in large dollar estate against claim of common law marriage
  • Defended private causes of action in one of the nation’s largest superfund sites
  • Scores of successful jury verdicts for insureds and insurers
  • Trial counsel in multiple death and personal injury  medical malpractice cases for hospitals, physicians, and nurses
  • Lead trial attorney in defense of six cases with six jury verdicts of no discrimination in state and federal court
  • Defended landowners in maritime treasure claim

 Representative Clients:

Alcoa, Inc.; The Dow Chemical Company; Reynolds Metals Company; Specialty Products, Inc.; State Farm Insurance Company; Texas Medical Liability Trust; Union Carbide Corporation; Wells Fargo; DCP Sandhills Pipeline, LLC; Enterprise Texas Pipeline, LLC; ETC Texas Pipeline, LLC; HSC Pipeline Partnership, LLC; Kinder Morgan Crude and Condensate, LLC



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