Sean Swords


Personal injury attorney Sean Swords of Wenholz | Dow enjoys taking cases to trial when necessary. He is particularly interested in automotive defect cases. Because he has a reputation for not hesitating to go to trial, he is often able to achieve higher-than-average settlements.

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I went to law school at SMU in Dallas, Texas, and I'm currently a plaintiffs' lawyer for Wenholz | Dow. I wanted to try cases and I've gotten to do that here. That was my main goal, to try cases, to win cases, and to get people who were injured across Texas fairly compensated. The cases that I'm most passionate about working on are automotive defect cases. Motor vehicles are extremely important in today's society. They get us from point A to point B. A lot of us can't even imagine a day not having a car to get to work, to go to the grocery store. But what comes with that is making sure those vehicles are safe, and that is one area of practice that I focus on at Wenholz | Dow. It's important to have a reputation to try cases because it helps increase the settlement value of any potential cases you have. If it's necessary for us to take your case to trial, we will do it and we will try our best to hold anybody who should be held accountable that has harmed you.

David C. Wenholz and J. Luke Dow

Wenholz | Dow, P.C., Trial Lawyers

The team of attorneys at Wenholz | Dow, P.C., Trial Lawyers in Austin, TX, represents victims of car and truck accidents, construction accidents, defective products, and more. Our attorneys prepare every case with the intention of going to trial, and we do not settle for anything less than the best possible outcome for our clients.

Our lawyers are affiliated with the American Board of Trial Advocates and the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.

To request a consultation with our team, please fill out our online form or call (512) 478-2211.

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