Rebecca has grown up working in law firms and has spent her entire career helping injured individuals and their families who have lost a loved one due to injuries caused by pharmaceutical drugs, medical device failures, defective products and other severe personal injury actions.

She is particularly focused on women’s health issues and prescription drugs that caused harm to children. Rebecca has successfully fought for thousands of women injured by transvaginal mesh (TVM) and on behalf of minors injured in utero from selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs).

Rebecca graduated from South Texas College of Law in December 2003 and has been licensed to practice law since 2004. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Texas A&M University in 2000.

Rebecca has experienced first-hand the emotional and physical stress, as well as the worry, that family members go through when a loved one is severely injured and hospitalized.  When Rebecca’s son was young, he was diagnosed with a rare brain tumor and underwent brain surgery.  From the surgery to rehabilitation to recovery, Rebecca and her family were there every step of the way. This personal emotional rollercoaster experience helps Rebecca relate to the struggles families go through when dealing with injuries.

One of Rebecca’s favorite quotes is from a beloved childhood book, “I meant what I said and I said what I meant. An elephant’s faithful one hundred percent.” Rebecca is dedicated to represent her clients and their families with commitment and integrity.

When out of the office, Rebecca is an avid runner. She is currently training for her fourth consecutive Boston marathon and the Berlin marathon, with a goal of attempting to complete the World Marathon Majors Challenge. Rebecca also loves cheering on her Ironman triathlete husband and her sports-loving son in his athletic pursuits.

Rebecca spends her free time volunteering at the local elementary school as Treasurer, serving as the Vice President of her son’s football athletic organization, and supporting local racing events. She is an animal lover and has four rescue animals, two cats and two dogs.