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John Sloan - New Mexico Personal Injury Lawyer

John Sloan

Texas & New Mexico Personal Injury Lawyer

As a boy growing up in Henderson, John Sloan thought he might become a preacher someday. However, by the time he began his undergraduate studies at Baylor University, John made up his mind: He was going to be a trial lawyer.

Ray Hatcher, personal injury attorney in Longview, Texas

Raymond Hatcher

Texas & New Mexico Personal Injury Lawyer

Raymond Hatcher was born in Mission, Texas in 1961. After receiving both Bachelor of Science and Master of Science Degrees from Texas A&M University, Ray worked for Schering- Plough Corporation, a Fortune 100 pharmaceutical manufacturer. After seven years in marketing and sales with Schering-Plough, Ray attended

Glenn A. Perry - Texas Personal Injury Lawyer

Glenn A. Perry

Texas Personal Injury Lawyer

Glenn A. Perry is a nationally recognized trial lawyer. Over the course of four decades, he has tried more than 250 cases in state and federal courts. His experience has taught him that sincerity and credibility are the key to courtroom success. “The jury has to

Carson R. Runge - Texas Personal Injury Lawyer

Carson R. Runge

Texas & New Mexico Personal Injury Lawyer

Carson R. Runge loves the competitive challenge of matching wits and intellect with other lawyers. However, he offers a stronger explanation for why he loves his work: Getting a win for the underdog. “When you have somebody who’s injured in an 18-wheeler wreck or a car

Alan J. Robertson

Texas & New Mexico Personal Injury Lawyer

Alan J. Robertson joined Sloan Law Firm in 2009 after he received his J.D. from Baylor Law School. He has been building a busy practice ever since. “There’s never a dull moment around here,” Alan says. “There’s always something new and always a challenge we’re being

Justin Smith - Texas Personal Injury Lawyer

Justin Smith

Texas & Arkansas Personal Injury Lawyer

Justin A. Smith believes that one of the keys to success in the courtroom is to tell a client’s story. “The whole idea is to break down barriers so that the jury can see what was done to your client and the effect it’s

Micah Satterwhite | Sloan Firm

Micah Satterwhite

Texas Personal Injury Lawyer

Texas Personal Injury Lawyer Micah L. Satterwhite grew up in Woodville, Texas, where he learned the values of hard work and public service from his father, the owner of a small-town pharmacy. “I’ve always looked up to him for his perseverance and his work ethic,” says Micah, the youngest

J. Kendon Womack, Sloan Firm

J. Kendon Womack

Texas Personal Injury Lawyer

J. Kendon Womack, born and raised in Longview, Texas has always been called to the practice of law. He learned the importance of representing individuals and families early in his life by observing his father, a former trial lawyer in the East Texas area.

Savannah Rand - Texas Personal Injury Lawyer

Savannah Rand

Texas Personal Injury Lawyer

Why did Savannah Rand become an attorney? To help people. Plain and simple. Savannah says, “while studying the law at Baylor I was fascinated by how it could be so vast, yet so intricate. It was problem-solving, which I love. I want my clients to walk in with their problems

Tamer Abouras - Personal Injury Lawyer

Tamer Abouras

Texas and New Mexico Personal Injury Lawyer

Tamer Abouras grew up in Williamstown, New Jersey. The first in his family to attend and graduate from law school, Tamer also holds an associate’s degree from Gloucester County College (now Rowan College of South Jersey) and graduated summa cum laude from Rowan University with a bachelor’s degree in political science in 2014. Tamer felt drawn toward law school during a stint working with homeless men and women at the Atlantic City Rescue Mission, eventually moving across the country in 2018 to attend Baylor Law School.

Emma Roddy - Personal Injury Lawyer

Emma Roddy

Texas and New Mexico Personal Injury Lawyer

Emma Roddy was born and raised in New Braunfels, Texas where she graduated from New Braunfels High School in 2012. From her earliest memories, Emma was always at her best when she was on stage. Emma performed in many community and school theatre productions as a child and sang for crowds whenever she got the chance. It was through this love of performing that Emma found an ability to tell stories and communicate with an audience.

Trey Sloan - New Mexico Personal Injury Lawyer

Trey Sloan

New Mexico Personal Injury Lawyer

Born and raised in Longview, TX, Trey Sloan grew up spending countless afternoons after school at the Sloan Firm. Between tagging along with his dad to meet clients, observing trials and depositions, and wondering why all the thick and complicated books in the library were even necessary, he developed a deep sense of the importance and meaning of the work the Firm did

William Holman

Texas Personal Injury Lawyer

William Holman grew up in Nederland, Texas by way of Mobile, Alabama. His family, Alabama natives, moved to Nederland when William was a young child. William graduated cum laude from Lamar University with a bachelor’s degree in political science in 2019. After graduating from Lamar, William began law school at the South Texas College of Law in Fall of 2019.

Valerie Mosman

Texas Personal Injury Lawyer

Valerie Mosman has devoted most of her 20+ year legal career to trial practice and is a well-respected litigator in State and federal courts throughout Texas. Among her areas of concentration are product liability, trucking and transportation litigation, medical malpractice, complex tort, and general liability cases involving catastrophic to minor injury claims. Valerie routinely handles pre-suit investigations and claims that involve wrongful death and catastrophic injuries, including brain damage, paralysis, amputation, and orthopedic injuries.

Sawyer Massie

Texas Personal Injury Lawyer

Sawyer Massie was born and raised in the DFW metroplex. As the first person to attend college in his family, it wasn’t until he attended Sam Houston State University that he left North Texas. When he first enrolled at Sam Houston State, Sawyer had no idea what he wanted to do after college. He knew, though, that he had to enter a profession where he could help people. That’s when Sawyer decided to become a lawyer. Throughout his time at Sam Houston State, Sawyer was an Ambassador for the university’s Center for Law, Engagement, and Politics (LEAP) and the President of the Pre-Law Society.