Robert A. Rodriguez
Mr. Rodriguez graduated from the University of Texas School of Law in 1978 and went to work as a prosecutor in the Harris County District Attorney's office. While there he gained valuable trial experience trying hundreds of cases to juries. Being in the courtroom every working day during this time helped him gain confidence in interacting with judges, opposing counsel, police officers, and juries. He developed valuable empathy in his interactions with crime victims and witnesses. He quickly gained a reputation within the legal community as an excellent trial lawyer of high integrity. He left the District Attorney's office and began his private practice with the primary goal of helping to level out the playing field for the little guy. Along the way, he served as chief judge of the municipal court of the City of South Houston, a Houston suburb.
For over thirty years, Mr. Rodriguez has focused his practice in the field of Plaintiff's personal injury, giving a voice to those who have been injured as a result of someone's negligence.
Mr. Rodriguez and his wife have been married for thirty-three years and have twin daughters. He is fluent in Spanish. In his free time, Mr. Rodriguez travels to his ranch where he rides and trains horses and enjoys spending time outdoors.
Areas of Practice
- 100% Personal Injury
- Children's Injuries
- 10% of Practice Devoted to Litigation
- Texas, 1978
- The University of Texas School of Law, Austin, Texas
- J.D. - 1978
- University of Texas
- B.A. - 1975
Past Employment Positions
- Harris County District Attorney's Office, Assistant District Attorney
- City of South Houston, Presiding Judge