Stephen R. Goetzmann, Esq.

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Stephen R. Goetzmann, Esq.

Dallas Personal Injury Attorney

Mr. Goetzmann is an Associate Attorney at Brock & Goetzmann. He has been successfully helping Texans get the compensation they deserve for over 28 years. He has represented individuals and families in products liability, wrongful death, serious personal injury cases involving car and truck accidents, medical malpractice – including cerebral palsy cases and other birth injury cases – against hospitals and doctors, corporate and personal negligence, including workplace injuries for both worker’s compensation and non-subscriber cases, such as cases against Walmart, improper and neglectful security. Mr. Goetzmann has and will take on employers for wrongful termination or workplace discrimination against you in your employment.

  • Graduated from Rice University in 1985 with a bachelors in Political Science
  • Worked for Texas Governor Mark White’s campaign in 1986
  • Graduated from St. Mary’s Law School in 1990
  • Clerked for Michol O’Connor, O’Connor’s Rules, 1990
  • Worked for McLeaish Law Office 1990-1995
  • Worked as a lawyer on personal injury and workers’ compensation cases 1995- 2013
  • Brock & Goetzmann, P.L.L.C., Associate Attorney 2013
  • Licensed in Texas State Court and Federal District Court for the Northern District of Texas
  • Licensed to Practice before the U.S. Supreme Court and 5th Circuit Federal Court of Appeals
 
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