Mario Martinez earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Houston in 1994 where he graduated with a Bachelor’s of Science degree. Mario then attended the South Texas College of law to pursue his dream of becoming a lawyer. It was in law school that Mario realized his love of the courtroom. Mario was a member of the Varsity Mock Trial team while in law school and was awarded an advocacy scholarship and the Dean’s Diversity & Achievement Scholarship due to his academic achievement and advocacy skills. Mario went on to represent South Texas in both national and regional mock trial tournaments around the country. After earning his law degree, Mario worked for several large law firms in Houston where he gained valuable litigation and trial experience both prosecuting and defending all forms of complex business disputes and personal injury matters. In the fall of 2005, Mario decided to pursue a life-long dream and he founded this firm. Mario is fluent in Spanish and has both English and Spanish speaking clients. He is licensed to practice before all Texas courts, the Northern, Eastern and Southern Federal Districts of Texas and the United States Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals. Mario is a member of Texas State Bar, Fort Bend County Bar Association and the Law Practice Management Committee for the State Bar of Texas.
Clint McGuire earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Houston in 1995 where he graduated with a Bachelor’s of Science degree. Clint then attended the South Texas College of law to become a lawyer. Clint McGuire has a vast amount of experience in railroad, personal injury, trucking accidents and commercial litigation. In his practice, which focuses on representing injured railroad workers and their families, he has prosecuted hundreds of FELA cases, including Safety Appliance Act and Locomotive Inspection Act claims, wrongful death, toxic exposure, hearing loss and repetitive or occupational injuries. Clint grew up in a railroad family. His father has been employed as a conductor for BNSF Railway Company since 1972, and his brother and other family members worked as conductors for Union Pacific Railroad Company. Clint is a member of The Texas State Bar, the American Bar Association, the Texas Bar Foundation, and the Houston Young Lawyers Association.