Since the day I graduated from law school, I have been working to fight for people who cannot fight for themselves. I live in Plano, Texas with my wife and two dogs. I have lived in the Dallas area for almost my entire life.
I grew up in Dallas with hardworking parents that taught me to always stand up for those who cannot stand up for themselves. I have spent my legal career doing just that. Both of my parents have spent their careers in medicine, and I learned early on that health and family are always a person’s most valuable assets. Too often we see people and companies that are motivated by their bottom line at the cost of the health and safety of their workers. This focus on profits above all else has left many employees and contractors sick and injured and many more families broken. My motivation is to help those injured and their families see some justice for the wrong that was done to them.
Michigan State University College of Law, Doctor of Jurisprudence, 2015
Michigan State University College of Law, Master of Jurisprudence, 2015
Texas A&M University, Bachelors, 2012
South Carolina, 2020
United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas, 2018
American Association for Justice
Texas Aggie Bar Association
Regional Champion/National Finalist – TYLA National Mock Trial Competition
National Arbitration Team
Certificate from the Geoffrey Fieger Trial Practice Institute
Wagner v. Eaton Corp., Washoe County (Reno) Nevada, 2021. A two-week trial in Nevada State Court which resulted in the largest ever asbestos-related personal injury verdict in the State of Nevada.