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Alyssa assists clients and legal teams with complex product liability and transportation litigation.

She’s known for troubleshooting and solving problems proactively as a matter of course, whether conducting legal research or assisting attorneys in the courtroom throughout Texas, in state and federal courts. Alyssa’s ability to communicate, meet critical deadlines and streamline matters often means more cost-effective solutions for clients. Both legal teams and clients value her as a key player when handling:

  • Catastrophic personal injury
  • Product liability
  • Premises liability
  • Security liability
  • Consumer fraud and bad faith
  • Contract disputes
  • Construction litigation
  • Employment disputes

Alyssa’s efficient business models include eDiscovery and e-file case management and docketing, strong planning skills and a readiness to adapt to change. Clients appreciate that she prioritizes their multiple needs while never compromising quality.




  • A.A.S., San Jacinto College
    • Paralegal Studies

Professional Memberships and Certifications

  • Texas Secretary of State Remote Online Notary

*Contact Alyssa to set up an in-person consultation by appointment in the Houston office.
  • Assisted legal teams in representing national transportation and product manufacturers in various high-stakes lawsuits involving catastrophic injuries and deaths throughout state of Texas resulting in defense verdicts or other favorable resolutions.
Outside the Office

Alyssa loves to get away with her family.

Alyssa, her husband and their four kids enjoy escaping the noise of the city and relaxing in nature, whether at their family farm north of Austin, hiking and camping in national and state parks, exploring caverns, climbing mountains, or digging for topaz and quartz in Mason, Texas. She is also an avid Dallas Cowboys fan (born and raised), and enthusiastically and without apology cheers on America’s team.

Community Leadership

Alyssa actively assisted with Hurricane Harvey relief efforts.

When the Category 4 hurricane caused catastrophic damage in her city, Alyssa got to work. She helped organize donations at local schools that were repurposed as temporary shelters. And she ripped out damaged drywall, tile and marblework.

Today she routinely donates her organizational and administrative skills to Houston Food Bank, connecting resources to the people who need them.

Alyssa also enjoys volunteering at the city's signature event, the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo (HLSR). She loves being a part of the charity that awards tens of millions of dollars in scholarships and educational programming annually for college-bound students attending Texas colleges and universities. 

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