attorney john roven - Railroad Injury Lawyer Texas - Roven Camp

JOHN ROVEN

Getting hurt on the job is like being tossed into a maze without a map.

This is especially true in the railroad industry.

People who earn their livelihood through the skilled trades are devastated when a serious injury occurs. They need real guidance and advice that comes from decades of experience.

attorney john roven - Railroad Injury Lawyer Texas - Roven Camp

JOHN ROVEN

Getting hurt on the job is like being tossed into a maze without a map.

This is especially true in the railroad industry.

People who earn their livelihood through the skilled trades are devastated when a serious injury occurs. They need real guidance and advice that comes from decades of experience.

JOHN ROVEN

Getting hurt on the job is like being tossed into a maze without a map.

This is especially true in the railroad industry.

People who earn their livelihood through the skilled trades are devastated when a serious injury occurs. They need real guidance and advice that comes from decades of experience.

attorney john roven - Railroad Injury Lawyer Texas - Roven Camp

JOHN ROVEN

Getting hurt on the job is like being tossed into a maze without a map.

This is especially true in the railroad industry.

People who earn their livelihood through the skilled trades are devastated when a serious injury occurs. They need real guidance and advice that comes from decades of experience.

My grandfather was a hard-working man his whole life, but he never got to fulfill his dream of becoming a lawyer. He raised me to believe in the dignity of work and the right of all working people to be treated with fairness.

When it came time to choose my path in life, going into personal injury law was the clear choice.

As passionate as I was about my career, law school was a tough time for me.

I was broke. When I wasn’t studying, I took on odd jobs and donated plasma at the blood bank. Those years taught me that I needed to play the hand I had been dealt and build from there.

Throughout my 40 years of experience with injury cases, I have learned the ways of insurance companies and rail carriers. I understand how frustrating it is to realize that insurance company systems are set up to minimize claim costs, rather than help injured people.

And the truth is: There is no “magic bullet” to getting a client a great result in an injury case – whether by settlement or in a courtroom. It all comes down to experience, hard work, and trust.

That’s what Kevin Camp and I have worked to build with Roven Camp.

In every case, there is a moment when our client realizes that all is not lost and that there is actually a path forward.

Our job as personal injury attorneys is to help them see that path, and bring the map into focus.

We strive to make sure our clients know where they stand and what their options are at all times, helping them rebuild their family’s emotional and financial security.

How It Works

STEP ONE:

to schedule a free consultation.

STEP TWO:

We’ll look at your case with you and determine your options for moving forward.

STEP THREE:

We’ll get started on our investigation and gather the evidence we need to build your strongest possible case.

Advocating for the working wounded can be a challenge, but there is no other field of law that offers such a direct way to help families heal – and no other field of law I’d rather be a part of.

  • University – Coker College, A.B., cum laude, 1974
  • Law School – University of South Carolina, J.D., 198l
  • 1981, South Carolina
  • 1982, U.S. District Court, District of South Carolina and U.S. Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit
  • 2012, United States Supreme Court
  • 2015, Third Circuit
  • 2019, Tenth Circuit
  • 1986, Texas and U.S. District Court, Southern District of Texas
  • 1998, U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Texas
  • Houston Bar Association
  • South Carolina Bar
  • Texas Bar
  • Texas Trial Lawyers Association
  • American Association for Justice
  • Academy of Rail Labor Attorneys (Chairman, Occupational Disease Section, 1989-1991)
  • Harris-Martin Federal and State Asbestos Conference: “Federal Preemption in Rail Equipment Cases,” February 2012
  • Panelist American Academy of Otolaryngology, July, 1994
  • Expert Testimony in Acoustic Trauma Cases, Annual Convention, San Diego, California

This is not our first rodeo.

We’ve dedicated our careers to working with injured railroad workers to get the compensation and treatment they deserve.

If we decide to work together, we will use our years of experience and resources to help you fight for your rights.

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