General Civil Litigation
Texas A&M University,
Political Science, 1994
(magna cum laude)
University of Texas
School of Law, J.D., 1997
U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas
U.S. District Court for the Western District of Texas
State Bar of Texas
Bexar County Bar Association
Bexar County Mexican-American Bar Association
William S. Sessions
American Inn of Court
Andres “Andy” Gonzalez has over 20 years of experience handling a wide variety of civil litigation cases, with a focus in the areas of personal injury, commercial transportation, medical malpractice, premises liability and products liability. He has defended numerous personal injury cases on behalf of commercial clients in the fields of construction, oil and gas, and transportation in both state and federal courts, and has trial experience in venues spanning South Texas.
Born and raised in South Texas, Mr. Gonzalez attended high school in McAllen and went on to graduate magna cum laude from Texas A&M University. After receiving his law degree from the University of Texas, Mr. Gonzalez returned to McAllen to begin his legal career defending physicians, nurses and hospitals against medical malpractice claims. He expanded his practice to other areas of civil litigation, including government tort claims, commercial litigation, contract disputes, product liability and personal injury litigation. He eventually moved to San Antonio, where he has continued to defend both individuals and companies in a variety of civil litigation matters. Mr. Gonzalez’s geographic practice area spans from the Rio Grande Valley to the Texas Hill Country.
Lerma v Pipe Movers, et al. Counsel for defendant oil field equipment company in personal injury case. Motion for Summary Judgment granted. Judgment affirmed on appeal. (79th District Court, Jim Wells County, Texas)(4th Court of Appeals, San Antonio, Texas; No.04-16-00739-CV).
Mata v. Uhlhorn. Counsel for defendant driver in personal injury case. Motion for Summary Judgment granted. (138th District Court, Cameron County, Texas).
Lerma v. Pipe Movers, et al. Counsel for defendant oil field equipment company in personal injury case. Motion for Summary Judgment granted. (79th District Court, Jim Wells County, Texas).
Holt v. UFI Transport, et al. Counsel for defendant transportation company in personal injury case. (County Court at Law No. 3, Nueces County, Texas).
Martin v. Fantastic Sams. Counsel for national hair salon franchisor in personal injury case resulting in no-pay dismissal of client. (District Court, Bexar County, Texas).
San Benito CISD v. Honeywell, Inc., et al. Counsel in the defense team for defendant air-conditioning company in toxic mold case involving 11 of 13 schools in the district (107th District Court, Cameron County, Texas).
Trial Victories/Favorable Verdicts
Martin v. Riggins. Counsel for defendant commercial truck driver in personal injury case. Defense verdict in jury trial. (365th District Court, Zavala County, Texas).
Anderson v. Amando Guerra d/b/a Guerra’s Auto Sales. Counsel for defendant automobile transport company in personal injury jury trial. (404th District, Cameron County, Texas).
Houle v. OneTouchPoint Southwest Corp., et al. Counsel for defendant printing company and box truck driver in personal injury jury trial. (225th District Court, Bexar County, Texas).
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