Will is a trial and appellate lawyer with experience on both sides of the civil litigation spectrum, having successfully prosecuted claims and defended clients, on behalf of individuals and companies alike. He has a wide breadth of experience in civil litigation spanning from complex commercial claims and contract disputes to product liability and catastrophic injury claims. Will enjoys new challenges and embraces the opportunity to take on tough cases with difficult legal issues, and eagerly dives into new areas of the law to help his clients faced with unique legal problems to find the best solutions.

Will graduated from South Texas College of Law, where he competed in the school’s nationally renowned Advocacy Program as an oral advocate and brief writer. In competition, Will helped claim the program’s 129th national advocacy championship and, over the course of his law school tenure, was awarded numerous speaker and brief awards. In recognition of his advocacy, Will received the Scribes Brief-Writing Award for authoring one of the three best moot court briefs in the nation, Justice Bud Warren Memorial Award for Excellence in Brief Writing, Dean’s Outstanding Advocate Award, and was selected to the National Order of Barristers and National Order of Scribes. Will now gives back to the Advocacy Program by coaching teams of law school students in moot court competitions and helping sharpen their advocacy skills.

Representative Matters

Uriegas v. Kenmar Residential HCS Services, Inc., 675 S.W.3d 787 (Tex. 2023) (per curiam). Represented injured party as lead appellate counsel and obtained reversal of a granted motion to dismiss from the Supreme Court of Texas under the Texas Medical Liability Act.

Platinum Power Moves, Inc. v. McCoy, No. 2016-45530, 334th Judicial District Court of Harris County Texas. Represented acclaimed R&B artist as lead trial counsel in defense of a breach of contract claim, resulting in a directed verdict for defendant.

Adkins v., Inc., et al., No. 3:22-cv-00083, United States District Court for the Southern District of West Virginia. Lead trial counsel on behalf of son of deceased mother, who tragically passed away during a house fire, in a product liability action, resulting in a significant settlement.

In re Certain Underwriters at Lloyd’s, London, No. 05-23-00226-CV, 2023 WL 3220925 (Tex. App.—Dallas May 3, 2023, no pet.). Lead trial and appellate counsel for development company in obtaining an order of sanctions against insurers for discovery abuse, which was affirmed upon mandamus review.

Obtained declaratory judgment on behalf of an investment management company, declaring that the investment management company was not bound by an arbitration agreement.

Numerous other successful matters as both trial and appellate counsel in a wide array of litigation areas including commercial disputes, first party insurance claims for prompt-pay and bad-faith violations, constitutional claims, employment disputes, catastrophic injuries, and product liability.