Mr. Meyer is a Texas native with over 35 years of experience with civil litigation and appellate work. Since joining the firm in 1978, he has amassed a considerable amount of experience in first chair trial work and litigation representation. Some of his practice areas include maritime claims, personal injury defense, general liability defense, products liability, employment-related claims, commercial disputes, and insurance representation. He has also had substantial experience with investigation, corporate consulting, and advising with regard to accident, general liability, and oil and gas disputes.
Over the years, Mr. Meyer has provided successful representation in first chair trial juries to maritime clients, product manufacturers, refineries, insurers, and other defendants in a variety of claims. These clients have learned to trust Mr. Meyer for his competence, judgment, integrity, communication skills, and strong work ethic. Even if litigation has not yet commenced, Mr. Meyer is adept at providing advice and insight in many areas where the client may need counsel.
In addition to building strong relationships with his clients, Mr. Meyer’s significant experience has earned him the respect and admiration of his peers and colleagues. When Royston Rayzor expanded its operations and opened an office in Corpus Christi in 1986, the firm selected Mr. Meyer to lead the charge. Since then, he has been AV-rated by Martindale Hubbell and is currently an Associate Member of the American Board of Trial Advocates. He has been named both a Texas Super Lawyer and one of The Best Lawyers in America for maritime law every year since 2003.
Outside of his law practice, Mr. Meyer is active in the community, both with the Boy Scouts of America and Incarnate Word Academy. He is married to Dr. Pamela S. Meyer and has two children. He can often be found fishing for redfish in the Laguna Madre.
Honors & Distinctions
Selected to the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA)
- University of Texas, J.D., 1978
- Yale University, B.A., 1975
Texas, 1978 U.S. District Court, Southern and Eastern Districts of Texas U.S. Court of Appeals, Fifth and Eleventh Circuits