Our Texas Office
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Opened in 2011, the Houston, Texas office of Schneider Wallace Cottrell Konecky LLP focuses on the following practice areas:
- Commercial Litigation
- Defective Pharmaceuticals
- Weather related insurance claims such as Hurricanes and Tornados
- Plaintiff's Personal Injury and Wrongful Death
- Toxic Torts
- Products Liability
- Premises Liability
The firm’s Texas office currently leads the firm’s litigation in numerous matters.
The Texas office is managed by Peter Schneider. Mr. Schneider began his undergraduate studies at the University of The Pacific in Stockton, California. Mr. Schneider undertook his legal Studies at South Texas College of Law in Houston Texas. In 1996 Mr. Schneider co-founded the law firm of Grady Schneider & Newman, L.L.P. He joined Schneider Wallace Cottrell Brayton Koneck LLP in June of 2011.
Since the begining of his legal career, Mr. Schneider has been trying and winning cases for his clients. He has tried multiple cases in state and federal court with an unparalleled track record. Mr. Schneider has appeared before the Supreme Court of Texas. Mr. Schneider is licensed in all Texas County Courts, District Courts, Courts of Appeals, and The Texas Supreme Court. Mr. Schneider is also licensed in Federal Court for the Southern District of Texas, the Eastern District of Texas, the Western District of Texas, the District of Texas, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals and the United States Supreme Court.
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