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George Salinas

Trial Lawyer

Location

San Antonio, Texas

Why Choose Us?

Accidents can strike at any time, so it’s vital to have a San Antonio personal injury attorney by your side that you can trust. We are committed to the values of trustworthiness, fairness, and loyalty to our clients. We also feel it is important to give clients complete and total access to an attorney throughout the process to understand the progress of their case.

Professional Experience

George attended the University of Texas School of Law, completing legal internships with Judge Fred Biery with the Federal District Court of the Western District of Texas and with Chief Justice Alma Lopez with the 4th Court of Appeals of Texas, in addition to two clerkships with private law firms. After a clerkship with the Texas Attorney General’s Office, George went on to serve as a Policy Analyst in the Texas Senate during the 79th Legislature.

George then worked for a law firm defending corporations and insurance companies in personal injury cases throughout the state of Texas. While he enjoyed the legal challenge and experience, George knew his heart was with representing those whose lives had been forever changed by the actions of others. He became a trial lawyer for a prominent personal injury law firm in San Antonio, where he represented victims and their families in serious personal injury and wrongful death cases. During this time, George handled hundreds of cases against insurance companies and corporations throughout Texas in cases for:

Today, George is proud to be an advocate and a voice for those who have been wronged and seek justice through our court system. The right to trial by jury is a fundamental part of our country’s foundation and George has found his calling in empowering victims of personal injury and wrongful death to exercise that right.

Education

George attended St. Mary’s University in San Antonio, Texas, where he graduated with Honors and received the Presidential Award, which recognizes fourteen graduating students each year for their scholarship and service. Immediately after college, George attended the University of Texas School of Law. During this time, George completed legal internships with Judge Fred Biery with the Federal District Court of the Western District of Texas and with Chief Justice Alma Lopez with the 4th Court of Appeals of Texas, in addition to two clerkships with private law firms. After a clerkship with the Texas Attorney General’s Office, George went on to serve as a Policy Analyst in the Texas Senate during the 79th Legislature.

Education & Honors

Recognitions

Texas Trial Lawyers Association

Recognitions

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