the firm

We opened this firm with the purpose of providing high quality legal representation for all persons-poor, rich, or anywhere in between. We know our clients come to us with infinitely differing legal needs, life experiences, and personal and professional goals. That is why we develop a plan of action specifically tailored to each unique client and case.

Maribel Cordova wasmiller

The greatest love of my life is my family. I am also very passionate about my work. I focus my practice on helping persons injured or in other difficult circumstances.

I am also grateful to have the opportunity to serve in our community.  I am a Board of Directors Member and Officer of the San Antonio Trial Lawyers Association, as well as a Board Member of the Kids of the Kingdom Episcopal School.  I am in the Texas Trial Lawyers Association and have volunteered as a child advocate.

I use litigation and the courthouse to speak for those who otherwise might go unheard. I was raised in Pearsall, Texas, graduating from Pearsall High School in 1992 as the Class Salutatorian. I went on to graduate from the University of Texas at Austin in May 1996, with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Applied Learning and Development (and Texas teaching certification). I taught 8th grade Math and Algebra at Pearsall Junior High School. After two years of teaching, I enrolled at St. Mary’s Law School, where I wrote for The Scholar Law Review on Minority Issues, and

 was a legal research and writing teacher's assistant, a member of the Board of Advocates, and an officer of the Hispanic Law Students Association. I graduated from St. Mary’s Law School in 2001.

I began my legal career by helping workers, representing hundreds of injured workers in workers compensation claims—from the initial claims stage and Benefit Review Conferences through Contested Case Hearings and Appeals. My practice evolved over the last ten years and now focuses on personal injury and insurance dispute litigation. In 2010, I joined my husband to form the firm, Wasmiller Cordova, Attorneys at Law.

I am grateful for the education and the abilities to continue serving others.  My practice has brought many opportunities to help individuals and it is my hope to be a conduit of compassion and understanding when you contact our office.  It is my purpose to assist those injured and help each of my clients regain a sense of stability, well-being and peace through a thorough legal plan, candid discussion, compassion and understanding.

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FAMILY

Maribel and Larry are partners in their firm and their love.

They have two children, Gabby and Sadie, who each bring them all the joy they could imagine.

 

larry wasmiller

You will find I am passionate about practicing law. I am not satisfied unless the work I do is done at the highest level--no matter what or who the case involves.

I grew up in a small town in Michigan. After graduating high school in 1994 I served four years active duty in the Marine Corps, during which time the Marines honored me with the distinction of "Marine of the Year" at my duty station for 1995.

After I was honorably discharged from the Marine Corps in 1998, I enrolled at Northern Michigan University, where I took an accelerated class load and graduated Magna Cum Laude in three years with a Major in the Health Sciences and a Minor in Philosophy.

I then attended Northeastern University School of Law in Boston, Massachusetts

and earned a Juris Doctorate in May 2004. I moved to Texas, sat for the Bar exam, and was licensed in November 2004.

I worked in the litigation section of a large plaintiff's law firm, leaving in 2009 to open the Law Offices of Larry M. Wasmiller. In 2010 my wife, Maribel Cordova Wasmiller, joined me as a partner to form our current firm, Wasmiller Cordova, Attorneys at Law.

I have handled a variety of civil litigation matters and have led several civil trials as first chair. I am a member of the Texas Trial Lawyers Association, the San Antonio Trial Lawyers Association, the American Association for Justice, and the State Bar of Texas,, including the Litigation Section.

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The greatest love of my life is my family. I am also very passionate about my work. I focus my practice on helping persons injured or in other difficult circumstances.

I am also grateful to have the opportunity to serve in our community.  I am a Board of Directors Member and Officer of the San Antonio Trial Lawyers Association, as well as a Board Member of the Kids of the Kingdom Episcopal School.  I am in the Texas Trial Lawyers Association and have volunteered as a child advocate.

I use litigation and the courthouse to speak for those who otherwise might go unheard. I was raised in Pearsall, Texas, graduating from Pearsall High School in 1992 as the Class Salutatorian. I went on to graduate from the University of Texas at Austin in May 1996, with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Applied Learning and Development (and Texas teaching certification).  I taught 8th grade Math and Algebra at Pearsall Junior High School. After two years of teaching, I enrolled at St. Mary’s Law School, where I wrote for The Scholar Law Review on Minority Issues, and was a legal research and writing teacher's assistant, a member of the Board of Advocates, and an officer of the Hispanic Law Students Association. I graduated from St. Mary’s Law School in 2001.

I began my legal career by helping workers, representing hundreds of injured workers in workers compensation claims—from the initial claims stage and Benefit Review Conferences through Contested Case Hearings and Appeals. My practice evolved over the last ten years and now focuses on personal injury and insurance dispute litigation. In 2010, I joined my husband to form the firm, Wasmiller Cordova, Attorneys at Law.

I am grateful for the education and the abilities to continue serving others.  My practice has brought many opportunities to help individuals and it is my hope to be a conduit of compassion and understanding when you contact our office.  It is my purpose to assist those injured and help each of my clients regain a sense of stability, well-being and peace through a thorough legal plan, candid discussion, compassion and understanding.

You will find I am passionate about practicing law. I am not satisfied unless the work I do is done at the highest level--no matter what or who the case involves.

I grew up in a small town in Michigan. After graduating high school in 1994 I served four years active duty in the Marine Corps, during which time the Marines honored me with the distinction of "Marine of the Year" at my duty station for 1995.

After I was honorably discharged from the Marine Corps in 1998, I enrolled at Northern Michigan University, where I took an accelerated class load and graduated Magna Cum Laude in three years with a Major in the Health Sciences and a Minor in Philosophy.

I then attended Northeastern University School of Law in Boston, Massachusetts and earned a Juris Doctorate in May 2004. I moved to Texas, sat for the Bar exam, and was licensed in November 2004.

I worked in the litigation section of a large plaintiff's law firm, leaving in 2009 to open the Law Offices of Larry M. Wasmiller. In 2010 my wife, Maribel Cordova Wasmiller, joined me as a partner to form our current firm, Wasmiller Cordova, Attorneys at Law.

I have handled a variety of civil litigation matters and have led several civil trials as first chair. I am a member of the Texas Trial Lawyers Association, the San Antonio Trial Lawyers Association, the American Association for Justice, and the State Bar of Texas,, including the Litigation Section.

The greatest love of my life is my family. I am also very passionate about my work. I focus my practice on helping persons injured or in other difficult circumstances.

I am also grateful to have the opportunity to serve in our community.  I am a Board of Directors Member and Officer of the San Antonio Trial Lawyers Association, as well as a Board Member of the Kids of the Kingdom Episcopal School.  I am in the Texas Trial Lawyers Association and have volunteered as a child advocate.

I use litigation and the courthouse to speak for those who otherwise might go unheard. I was raised in Pearsall, Texas, graduating from Pearsall High School in 1992 as the Class Salutatorian. I went on to graduate from the University of Texas at Austin in May 1996, with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Applied Learning and Development (and Texas teaching certification). Issues, and was a legal research and writing teacher's assistant, a member of the Board of Advocates, and an officer of the Hispanic Law Students Association. I graduated from St. Mary’s Law School in 2001.

I began my legal career by helping workers, representing hundreds of injured workers in workers compensation claims—from the initial claims stage and Benefit Review Conferences through Contested Case Hearings and Appeals. My practice evolved over the last ten years and now focuses on personal injury and insurance dispute litigation. In 2010, I joined my husband to form the firm, Wasmiller Cordova, Attorneys at Law.

I am grateful for the education and the abilities to continue serving others.  My practice has brought many opportunities to help individuals and it is my hope to be a conduit of compassion and understanding when you contact our office.  It is my purpose to assist those injured and help each of my clients regain a sense of stability, well-being and peace through a thorough legal plan, candid discussion, compassion and understanding.

 

 

 

You will find I am passionate about practicing law. I am not satisfied unless the work I do is done at the highest level--no matter what or who the case involves.

I grew up in a small town in Michigan. After graduating high school in 1994 I served four years active duty in the Marine Corps, during which time the Marines honored me with the distinction of "Marine of the Year" at my duty station for 1995.

After I was honorably discharged from the Marine Corps in 1998, I enrolled at Northern Michigan University, where I took an accelerated class load and graduated Magna Cum Laude in three years with a Major in the Health Sciences and a Minor in Philosophy.

I then attended Northeastern University School of Law in Boston, Massachusetts and earned a Juris Doctorate in May 2004. I moved to Texas, sat for the Bar exam, and was licensed in November 2004.

I worked in the litigation section of a large plaintiff's law firm, leaving in 2009 to open the Law Offices of Larry M. Wasmiller. In 2010 my wife, Maribel Cordova Wasmiller, joined me as a partner to form our current firm, Wasmiller Cordova, Attorneys at Law.

I have handled a variety of civil litigation matters and have led several civil trials as first chair. I am a member of the Texas Trial Lawyers Association, the San Antonio Trial Lawyers Association, the American Association for Justice, and the State Bar of Texas,, including the Litigation Section.

You will find I am passionate about practicing law. I am not satisfied unless the work I do is done at the highest level--no matter what or who the case involves.

I grew up in a small town in Michigan. After graduating high school in 1994 I served four years active duty in the Marine Corps, during which time the Marines honored me with the distinction of "Marine of the Year" at my duty station for 1995.

After I was honorably discharged from the Marine Corps in 1998, I enrolled at Northern Michigan University, where I took an accelerated class load and graduated Magna Cum Laude in three years with a Major in the Health Sciences and a Minor in Philosophy.

I then attended Northeastern University School of Law in Boston, Massachusetts and earned a Juris Doctorate in May 2004. I moved to Texas, sat for the Bar exam, and was licensed in November 2004.

I worked in the litigation section of a large plaintiff's law firm, leaving in 2009 to open the Law Offices of Larry M. Wasmiller. In 2010 my wife, Maribel Cordova Wasmiller, joined me as a partner to form our current firm, Wasmiller Cordova, Attorneys at Law.

I have handled a variety of civil litigation matters and have led several civil trials as first chair. I am a member of the Texas Trial Lawyers Association, the San Antonio Trial Lawyers Association, the American Association for Justice, and the State Bar of Texas,, including the Litigation Section.

Maribel and Larry are partners in their firm and their love. They have two children, Gabby and Sadie, who each bring them all the joy they could imagine.

The greatest love of my life is my family. I am also very passionate about my work. I focus my practice on helping persons injured or in other difficult circumstances.

I am also grateful to have the opportunity to serve in our community.  I am a Board of Directors Member and Officer of the San Antonio Trial Lawyers Association, as well as a Board Member of the Kids of the Kingdom Episcopal School.  I am in the Texas Trial Lawyers Association and have volunteered as a child advocate.

I use litigation and the courthouse to speak for those who otherwise might go unheard. I was raised in Pearsall, Texas, graduating from Pearsall High School in 1992 as the Class Salutatorian. I went on to graduate from the University of Texas at Austin in May 1996, with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Applied Learning and Development (and Texas teaching certification). Issues, and was a legal research and writing teacher's assistant, a member of the Board of Advocates, and an officer of the Hispanic Law Students Association. I graduated from St. Mary’s Law School in 2001.

I began my legal career by helping workers, representing hundreds of injured workers in workers compensation claims—from the initial claims stage and Benefit Review Conferences through Contested Case Hearings and Appeals. My practice evolved over the last ten years and now focuses on personal injury and insurance dispute litigation. In 2010, I joined my husband to form the firm, Wasmiller Cordova, Attorneys at Law.

I am grateful for the education and the abilities to continue serving others.  My practice has brought many opportunities to help individuals and it is my hope to be a conduit of compassion and understanding when you contact our office.  It is my purpose to assist those injured and help each of my clients regain a sense of stability, well-being and peace through a thorough legal plan, candid discussion, compassion and understanding.