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About me

Thomas P. Sartwelle has forty-four years of experience defending and
trying business, commercial, personal injury, product
liability, medical, hospital, and legal malpractice cases. He also
handles medical and legal administrative, credentialing and discipline


Contact info

Beirne, Maynard & Parsons, L.L.P.

1300 Post Oak Boulevard
Suite 2500
Houston, TX, 77056-3014

Practice areas


  1. Litigation: 40%
  2. Defective Products: 20%
  3. Medical Malpractice: 20%
  4. Administrative Law: 20%

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TXEligible To Practice In Texas 196707/16/2016
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
Avvo contributions
Legal answers
Award nameGrantorDate granted
Best Lawyers in AmericaMedical Malpractice2011
Texas Super LawyerTexas Monthly2010
Super LawyerSuper Lawyers Corporate Counsel Edition2009
Texas Super LawyerTexas Monthly2009
Super LawyerSuper Lawyers Corporate Counsel Edition2008
Texas Super LawyerTexas Monthly2008
Texas Super LawyerTexas Monthly2007
Texas Super LawyerTexas Monthly2006
Texas Super LawyerTexas Monthly2005
Texas Super LawyerTexas Monthly2004
Texas Super LawyerTexas Monthly2003
Association namePosition nameDuration
American Bar AssociationMemberN/A
Texas Center for Legal Ethics and ProfessionalismN/AN/A
Special OlympicsN/AN/A
State Bar of TexasMemberN/A
Houston Bar AssociationSustaining Life FellowN/A
Defense Research InstituteMemberN/A
Texas Association of Defense CounselMemberN/A
State Bar of TexasMemberN/A
American Board of Trial AdvocatesAdvocateN/A
â– American Board of Professional Liability AttorneysN/AN/A
Publication nameTitleDate
Medical Journal HoustonTwelve Steps to the Courthouse" Can You Successfully Defend a Malpractice Suit?2003
UnknownA Defense Lawyer's View of Medical Malpractice Reform2003
Texas Workers' Compensation: Law & PracticeChapter 11, Occupational Disease1990
The Houston ChronicleThe Case for Professional Jurors1987
Southwestern Law Journal of Southern Methodist UniversityAnnual Survey of Texas Law, Workmen's Compensation SectionN/A
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
University of Texas School of LawN/ALL.B - Bachelor of Laws1967
University of Texas System, AustinN/AB.B.A.1965
Speaking engagements
Conference nameTitleDate
Washington, D.C. Academy of Surgery, Annual MeetingMalpracticeN/A
UnknownAnesthesia Malpractice: The Trip to Death's Front DoorN/A
Pediatric Residents at Baylor College of MedicineMalpractice and Other LitigationN/A
Medical Malpractice Conference, Texas Tech University, San Antonio, TexasAnesthesia Malpractice: The Presumption of Guilt at Death's Front DoorN/A
Medical Malpractice Conference, Texas Tech University, San Antonio, TexasDefending a Brain Damaged Baby Case: Asphyxia Neonatorum ReduxN/A
Medical Malpractice Conference, Texas Tech University, San Antonio, TexasSexual Claims Against Physicians: Easy to Make, Hard to Prove, Harder to DefendN/A
Houston Psychiatry Society Quarterly MeetingDefending Sexual Claims Against PhysiciansN/A
Houston Legal Assistants AssociationSex Claims and DoctorsN/A
Grand Rounds at Baylor College of MedicineLawyers, Liars, and LitigationN/A
Cook Children's' Medical Center CME Lecture for Faculty and Staff, Fort Worth, TexasTwelve Steps to the CourthouseN/A
American Association of Legal Nurse Consultants National ConferenceMalpractice in Nursing Homes: Who Stole the TortsN/A