I received both my law degree (J.D.) from St. Mary’s School of Law in San Antonio and my master’s degree in business administration (M.B.A) from the University of Texas at San Antonio in May of 1990. While in law school I was admitted into the Phi Delta Phi Honor Fraternity and was recognized with two American Jurisprudence Awards, having received the highest grade in a class of 90 students, two semesters in a row.
I was licensed to practice law in November of 1990 by the Supreme Court of Texas. For my first year of practice, I represented medical doctors for the Dallas law firm of Bailey and Williams. A year later, I opened my law practice and focused entirely on personal injury law including car, truck, motorcycle, and pedestrian accidents. Since that time I have represented thousands of injured victims in the North Texas region. I have represented the families of brain-damaged babies, burn victims, victims of industrial accidents, victims of medical malpractice, victims of defective products, victims of every conceivable type caused by vehicles on the road involving pedestrians, bicycles, buses, cars, motorcycles, trucks and trains.
I have represented clients all over Texas as well as in Oklahoma, Louisiana, and Arkansas. I have tried many lawsuits to verdicts in both State and Federal Court. I have helped make law in both the medical malpractice legal field and contributed to the field of legal ethics. I received my undergraduate degree in Business Administration from Abilene Christian University in May of 1984 and was admitted at that time into the Alpha Chi Honor Society.