Andrew, a Senior Attorney at Kane Russell Coleman Logan, represents and advises clients in a vast array of civil litigation matters in both state and federal courts.
Andrew attended the University of Texas at Austin as a Jones Scholar and National Merit Scholar, and obtained a B.A. in Economics. He then obtained his J.D. from the University of Houston Law Center. He has considerable experience handling catastrophic injury and death cases, maritime and Jones Act cases, FELA cases, and commercial litigation disputes.
Thomson Reuters has named Andrew as a SuperLawyers’ Texas Rising Star—a distinction received by less than 2.5% of the attorneys in Texas—for four straight years. Houstonia Magazine has named Andrew as one of the attorneys on its “Top Lawyers” list for 2018 and 2019. He is also a Fellow of the Texas Bar Foundation.
Previously, Andrew worked as a Senior Attorney in a highly regarded plaintiffs’ litigation firm. There, Andrew second-chaired a nearly month-long trial that resulted in a $159 million verdict on a workplace injury case. Verdict Search and the National Law Journal recognized the landmark verdict as the #4 highest verdict in the entire United States for 2015. Andrew has been on the trial team for numerous notable verdicts, including a commercial litigation case resulting in a $54 million verdict, a maritime case resulting in a $41 million verdict, a commercial litigation case resulting in a $29.8 million verdict, and a wrongful death case resulting in a $29 million verdict. This background gives him unique perspective, allowing him to aggressively represent his clients’ interests.
Andrew has handled over a dozen appeals. He has briefed, handled oral argument and obtained a ruling in his clients’ favor at the Supreme Court of Texas.
When he is not serving his clients, Andrew enjoys spending time with his loved ones, watching sports, collecting art, volunteering for various causes, cooking, and attending performing arts events.
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