I graduated from Notre Dame Law School in 2013 and have been representing mesothelioma victims since.
I did not take the typical route to become a lawyer. I was born in Chicago, Illinois but grew up mostly in the Dallas-Ft. Worth, Texas area. After attending four years of college I was drafted by the Florida Marlins and spent the next seven years traveling around the country playing for various minor league baseball teams. Towards the end of my baseball career, I decided to finish my accounting degree. I knew after retiring from baseball that I did not want to become an accountant, so I pursued my law degree at the University of Notre Dame.
Upon graduating from law school, I moved back to Dallas, Texas and began representing mesothelioma victims. I take extreme pride in standing up for both the people diagnosed with this terrible disease and their loved ones. Our clients are primarily people who have worked hard their entire career only to have their life cut short at the time they should be enjoying it the most. Although I never would have pictured myself here back in my baseball days, I would not change my job or the chance to represent my clients for anything.
University of Notre Dame Law School, J.D., 2013
Florida Institute of Technology, 2010
B.A. in Accounting, Cum Laude
South Carolina, 2020
United States District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin, 2015
American Association for Justice