As a Senior Associate at The Potts Law Firm, Andrew Woellner uses his litigation experience to pursue mass torts, with a focus on pharmaceuticals and medical device claims.
also focuses his
practice on commercial litigation, personal injury, and bad-faith insurance practices and claims handling matters.
He studied Political Science at Trinity University before pursuing his Juris Doctorate at the University of Houston Law Center.
While studying, he participated in multiple competitions as part of the nationally recognized Mock Trial Team and was named the Top Advocate in the National Ethics Trial Competition.
He also worked as an associate editor of the Houston Business and Tax Law Journal, where his article was published in 2006.
second year, he
worked as a Judicial Intern for Chief Justice Adele Hedges in the Fourteenth Court of Appeals for the State of Texas before graduating Cum Laude in 2007.
After gaining his
license to practice in 2007, Mr. Woellner
joined the Houston office of a large regional law firm, where he
successfully defended cases involving personal injury claims, business disputes, and first-party insurance claims.
In this role, he
gained valuable experience in resolving a large number of insurance disputes, including successfully recovering the highest percentage recovery of any insurer in a multi-million dollar subrogation matter.
has successfully argued before trial courts across Texas.
In 2014, he
decided to put to use the knowledge he
gained defending large corporations and insurance companies for individuals who have been harmed by the negligence of others.
Currently, Mr. Woellner
is licensed to appear before all state and federal district courts across Texas.
In addition to his work at The Potts Law Firm, he has also provided pro bono representation to the Houston Bar Association's Veteran's Legal Clinic and represented indigent clients through the Houston Volunteer Lawyers Program.