A trial attorney with more than 14 years’ experience, Rachel has zealously represented individuals and companies in over 35 jury trials. She has a tireless work ethic that accentuates her industrious ability to see her clients through to judgement.

Biography

Rachel R. Hancock is a trial attorney with more than 14 years’ experience zealously representing individuals and companies in litigation involving negligence, gross negligence, premises liability, product liability, insurance coverage, construction defects, business torts, and homeowner’s policy claims.

Rachel primarily worked for private law firms before spending 12 years as in-house counsel for major insurance companies. With first chair experience in over 35 jury trials to verdict, this is where Rachel honed her skills for heavy litigation dockets including collaborative and completion of appellate work regarding trial cases. It was during this time, Rachel was also afforded extensive experience in pre-trial discovery and motion practice, depositions, expert retention, and jury selection.

Rachel received her law degree from South Texas College of Law. She is a devoted Texas Aggie receiving her undergraduate degree from Texas A&M University’s College of Architecture in Environmental Design.

Devoted to her professional community, she continues to remain active in a variety of professional organizations. She is a member of the Texas Bar Association, Construction Law Section; Texas Bar College; Texas Bar Foundation; Houston Bar Association; Texas Aggie Bar Association; and was a cast member of Night Court: Lawyers Entertaining for Charity from 2009-2014.

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