Texas & New Mexico Personal Injury Lawyer   As a boy growing up in Henderson, John Sloan thought he might become a preacher some day. 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….

Texas 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…

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…

Texas 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…

Texas 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…

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…

Why did Savannah Judkins 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,…

Texas Personal Injury Lawyer Joe Jones maintains a busy practice in Sloan Law Firm’s Houston office, representing clients in the city where he grew up. After he received his degree in Accounting in 2007, he enrolled at South Texas College of Law. In addition to his goal of becoming a…

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 of…

Texas Personal Injury Lawyer David R. “Dave” Hagan grew up in and around the Marshall-Longview area in northeast Texas.  He grew up in a legal household, exposed to legal arguments over dinner nearly every night between his father, a criminal defense attorney, and his mother, a former District Attorney and…

Texas Personal Injury Lawyer Jaime I. Perez was born in Guadalajara, Mexico and came to Houston, Texas at a young age with his family, where he has stayed and made his home.  As the bilingual son of hardworking immigrant parents, Jaime grew up among and between two beautiful cultures, developing…

Francheska Bardacke joined the firm as an associate and will be working in the firm’s newly located Albuquerque office, as well as by appointment only at the Santa Fe office.   Francheska will be handling personal injury cases as well as general civil litigation. Francheska received her J.D from the University…

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. Kendon graduated from Spring Hill High…

Kelli McDonald was born in Houston, Texas in 1962. An avid whitewater kayaker, Kelli attended college at Southwest Texas State University on the banks of the San Marcos River. As part of her curriculum, Kelli kayaked the Rio Grande River on one of the first backcountry use permits issued by…