We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
Mr. Aguilar was licensed in 2017, and since then, has enjoyed the passions of litigation. Mr. Aguilar’s experience includes, among many others, commercial litigation, construction litigation, insurance coverage litigation, assisting in appellate proceedings, and his favorite (bread and butter practice) personal injury defense.
Specifically, Mr. Aguilar has experience representing insurance carriers in catastrophic personal injury, and wrongful death cases. Similarly, Mr. Aguilar has assisted in several insurance coverage disputes, ranging from minor car wrecks, to million-dollar claims. Mr. Aguilar is no stranger to commercial litigation, as he has previously disposed of cases by filing fine-tuned dispositive motions coupled with aggressive advocacy.
Further, Mr. Aguilar has assisted in trials involving a mixed bag of issues, including breach of contract, fraud, DTPA, personal injury claims, and trade secrets.
Ultimately, Mr. Aguilar believes in one thing: zealous representation for his clients, and no less. Clients may rest assured that their interests will be properly defended or prosecuted.
Mr. Aguilar received his JD from the University of Houston Law Center (Go Coogs!) where he was an articles editor on the Houston Journal of Health Law & Policy. He received a Master of Public Policy and his undergraduate degree in Government from what is now known as the University of Texas at Rio Grande Valley (formerly University of Texas at Brownsville).
A strong believer in public service, Mr. Aguilar has held many positions within the federal and local branches of government, some of which include, externing for a federal judge, interning for a federal agency in Washington D.C., sitting on a local government committee, and serving as a high school teacher.
Additionally, Mr. Aguilar routinely engages in pro-bono matters for those who lack the wherewithal to protect their own interests.
When not engaged in practicing law, Mr. Aguilar can be found running the loop at memorial park, or (if in football season) watching a live college football game somewhere in Texas.