18 Wheeler Accident

Attorney Brian White

Before representing injured persons, Brian White began his legal practice defending national car rental companies, trucking companies and many other large corporations and insurance companies in serious car wreck cases.  As a result, Brian has a unique and extensive understanding of not only how those companies evaluate the worth of a claim, but he also has a solid understanding of the unique issues involved.  Brian understands how best to achieve the maximum recovery to which a person is entitled.

Brian White was Born in Texas City, Texas, and graduated High School from Ball High in Galveston, Texas.  Brian attended Texas A&M University wherein he earned a B.B.A. degree in Business Analysis. After graduating from Texas A&M, Brian attended South Texas College of Law. During law school, Brian earned membership to Law Review, and was a recipient of the Dean's Merit Scholarship, and selected for the Phi Delta Phi Honors Society. While in school, Brian worked for a United States District Judge as a student intern. Brian’s experience as an intern in the federal court provided him with a significant insight into trial analysis and strategy as he began his practice.

After law school, Brian  White accepted a position at a large regional law firm where he represented large corporations and insurance companies in a variety of cases. Brian handled cases involving auto and truck accidents, offshore injury, admiralty and maritime injuries, wrongful death, defective products and medical devices, injuries at industrial sites, injuries in War Zones, and other catastrophic personal injury cases.

Brian White has been the lead trial lawyer on both sides of the docket for clients involved in many cases.  Brian is a graduate of the National Institute for Trial Advocacy.  Many of Brian White’s cases have been covered in the media.

Brian White is licensed to practice law in the State of Texas, before the Supreme Court of Texas, and before the United States District Courts for the Southern and Eastern Districts of Texas. He is a member of the Christian Trial Lawyers Association (CTLA), Association of Trial Lawyers of America (ATLA), Texas Trial Lawyers Association (TTLA), American Bar Association (ABA). 



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