Brooksie Bonvillain is already an accomplished personal injury lawyer. She graduated from Louisiana State University, Paul M. Hebert Law Center, cum laude, in 2014. During her time at the Law Center, she served as the Student Bar Association president, Production Editor of the Louisiana Law Review, and a Moot Court Board member. One of her articles involving a Louisiana Supreme Court decision on conflicts between Louisiana and Texas law was published in the Louisiana Law Review.
Following graduation from law school, Brooksie clerked for the Honorable Timothy E. Kelley of the 19th Judicial District Court, East Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana. She is licensed to practice in Texas and Louisiana state courts and the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas. Brooksie is a member of both the Houston Bar Association and the Houston Young Lawyers Association, to which she dedicates much of her time volunteering.
Gregg Anderson has lived in Houston since he was 11 years old. He graduated from Westchester High School in 1974. He attended the University of Texas at Austin as a student in the Plan II Honors Program, graduating with honors in 1978. He received his law degree from the University of Houston College of Law in 1981.
Mr. Anderson has tried over 60 cases to verdict in courtrooms all over the state of Texas. He has served the State Bar of Texas as member of a grievance committee and as a special prosecutor.
Mr. Anderson has devoted his entire legal career to representing individuals who have been injured, or the families of individuals who have been killed, as a result of the negligence of others. He understands that an injury or the death of a loved one, whether caused by a car wreck, an on-the-job incident, or some other means, is a disruptive, daunting and bewildering event. An avalanche of medical bills coupled with an inability to work to earn the money necessary to support yourself and your family creates a very scary and uncertain future. Mr. Anderson considers it a privilege to help his clients through difficult times and ultimately to justice to right the wrong that has been done to them.
Attorney Josh Mintz is a native Houstonian who grew up around the law, becoming the 7th lawyer in his family when obtaining his J.D. from U.C. Hastings College of the Law (San Francisco) in 2003.
Since then, Josh has developed a rare mix of expertise as both a lawyer and businessperson in a wide variety of professional organizations, including the California firm Stradling Yocca Carlson & Rauth, the Am Law 100 international law firm Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman, and the Beaumont, TX based firm Waldman Smallwood. He supplemented this experience with several years managing multi-million dollar business segments for retailers UncommonGoods and Design Within Reach, and the media company behind Dwell magazine.
Steve Waldman has practiced personal injury trial law since 1980 and has spent his entire life in Texas. He was born in Beaumont, graduated from Forest Park High School in 1974, and completed his graduate work at the University of Texas Law School in 1980. That same year, he was licensed by the Supreme Court of Texas and has advocated for hundreds of injured clients since.
Steve has been Board Certified in Personal Injury Trial Law since 1986, and since 2011, he has been among the select attorneys to receive the Super Lawyer designation by Thomson Reuters. He is a member of the American Bar Association, the American Association for Justice, the Texas Trial Lawyers Association, the Houston Trial Lawyers Association, and the Dallas Trial Lawyers Association. He has acted as lead attorney for a variety of personal injury and wrongful death cases, including product liability, trucking accidents, construction accidents, automobile accidents, medical and hospital negligence, and maritime injuries.
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