Reid WM. Martin
Nothing Feels better than when our success in the courtroom directly impacts our client’s lives


 

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Contact

Phone: (903) 526-1600
Cell: (903) 521-5969
rmartin@martinwalkerlaw.com


Reid Martin has been trying lawsuits for over 20 years and is Board Certified in Personal Injury Trial
Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization since 1997 and has tried numerous jury trials to
verdict. He is one of very few lawyers that handle medical malpractice cases. Reid will personally
meet with you and review your medical records with appropriate experts to determine if you have a
case to pursue. When you are considering the hiring of an attorney, make sure you meet with them
in person and find out if they actually go to trial and present cases to juries. Come visit with Reid in
person to find out for yourself if he is the lawyer you want to hire.

 

 

 

Education

Graduated South Texas College of Law JD – Juris Doctor 1991
University of Texas – Austin – Bachelor of Arts – Economics 1987
Colorado Outward Bound School Leadership Development Program 1985

Work Experience

Martin Walker, PC Tyler, Texas 2006 – Present
Sammons & Parker, PC Tyler, Texas 1993 – 2006
Brown, Sims, Wise & White Houston, Texas 1991 – 1993

Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice

1991 – Texas
1992 – U.S. District Court, Southern and Eastern Districts of Texas
1992 – U.S. Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit
1993 – U.S. District Court, Northern District of Texas
1995 – U.S. Supreme Court


Awards and Certifications:

Recipient, American Jurisprudence Award for Appellate Advocacy
Board Certified, Texas Board of Legal Specialization: Personal Injury Trial Law
National Advocacy Team, F. Lee Bailey Moot Court Competition – Best Brief Award
The National Trial Lawyers: Top 25 Medical Malpractice Trial Lawyers

Professional and Bar Association Memberships:

American Board of Trial Advocates
Texas Trial Lawyers Association
East Texas Trial Lawyers Association
Smith County Bar Association
State Bar of Texas


Trial Verdicts

Ross v. Williams and Longview Regional Medical Center Jury Verdict for the Plaintiff of
$1,920,223.24

Publications

Harris Martin Columns “Novel Use Of The Good Samaritan Doctrine” 2001
FICC Quarterly “State Variations On The Daubert Theme” 2000

Speaking Engagements

Texas Trial Lawyers Association Summer Meeting Hospital Liability 2014