Israel Garcia

Israel Garcia

Personal Injury Lawyer
San Antonio, TX




No Misconduct



About Me

Lawyer (Serious Injuries | Wrongful Death): Committed to representing and to obtaining justice for the people: the poor; the injured; the victimized; the forgotten; the voiceless; the broken; the lost; the defenseless; the beaten; the weak; the oppressed; the outcast; the believer; the dreamer; and the hopeful. Practice Areas: Wrongful Death; Serious Bodily Injuries; Car Accidents; Victims of...

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Client Reviews

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Silent Assassin

Posted by: Carlos Sivas almost 2 years ago.

I gotta admit when I first met Israel Garcia he came off very passive and timid. But as time passed and the case grew, so did his aggression. I saw...

Review on Israel Garcia

Posted by: Roland almost 2 years ago.

Kept me very informed of all status by phone and emails. Always followed through, very thorough and committed in getting closure to my case.
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Showing 2 of 7 peer endorsements

Michael S. Waddington
Michael Waddington

Evans, GA

7 months ago

Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community

I endorse Israel. He is a highly skilled attorney that is well respected in the legal community.
Willie Stephen Graves
Willie Graves

San Antonio, TX

Almost 2 years ago

Relationship: Opposing Counsel on matter

Israel is a thorough, tenacious and knowledgeable business lawyer. I endorse him without reservation.
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2003 License Status: Eligible To Practice In Texas for the state of Texas.
Last updated by Avvo: 11/23/2014
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.

Work Experience

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2003 – 2005

Cox Smith Matthews, Incorporated


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• Trial Lawyers College (Gerry Spence) – Graduate Course I


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2009 President’s Award of Merit

Texas Young Lawyers Association


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2006- 2010 Member of the Board of Directors

Texas Young Lawyers Association

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2005 • The Challenges of Getting the Professional Paid