meet our attorneys
Brian brings his healthcare background to the firm, working on medical device and pharmaceutical litigation including DePuy ASR and Pinnacle hip replacements, transvaginal mesh, ConforMIS knee replacements, Bard and Cook IVC filters, Xarelto, and Humira. The week Brian became an attorney, he gave closing statements in a successful wrongful death case in his hometown of Beaumont, Texas. The verdict was listed by Texas Lawyer as one of the top three medical malpractice verdicts of 2012. Brian was also part of the team that received a verdict for a client against Abbvie Pharmaceuticals in Cook County Circuit Court in Chicago, Illinois, after more than two years of litigation. In federal court, Brian sat second counsel chair in a negligence case that received a unanimous verdict for a client who was shot in the leg at a hunting camp.
” Our job is to listen to our clients, get to know our clients, and fight for ourclients. Often if we don’t, no one else will.”
In his spare time, Brian volunteers for the HBA Special Olympics Committee, Cub Scouts, and is active in supporting Meadow Wood Elementaryand St. John Vianney Catholic Church. Brian and his wife Cate have four children.
University of Houston Law Center
Doctorate of Jurisprudence – 2011
Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health
Masters of Public Health – 2006
B.A., Theology and Philosophy – 2001
Top 40 Under 40 Trial Lawyers in Texas – 2015, 2016
Texas Rising Star (Personal Injury) – 2016, 2017, 2018
professional associations and memberships
American Association of Justice
Houston Bar Association
Houston Trial Lawyers Association
Texas Trial Lawyers Association