Jeff Seely

Jeff Seely
Houston, Texas

Partner
phone (713) 668-9999
(800) 773-6770
fax (713) 668-1980
email E-mail Me

 

Jeff Seely has recovered millions of dollars in verdicts and settlements (including 7 and 8 figure verdicts) for his clients in a wide variety of cases, including Jones Act, FELA, maritime, railroad crossing accidents, medical malpractice, auto accidents, trucking accidents, and automotive product liability.  He has just as significant experience in commercial litigation. Jeff Seely has handled securities, antitrust, RICO, breach of contract, patent, trademark, trade name infringement, and real estate cases.

A native Texan, Jeff grew up in San Antonio, later attending the University of Texas in Austin and graduating with a degree in Economics. Upon graduating magna cum laude from the University of Houston Law Center, Jeff gained invaluable experience working at Susman Godfrey L.L.P. for several years.  Thereafter, he became a partner with the litigation boutique law firm of Berg & Androphy.  He then had the opportunity to try numerous cases to verdict at Arnold & Itkin, another litigation law boutique.

Who is he?  Jeff is a trial lawyer. He is passionate about his clients and the law. He has a unique ability of unwinding incredibly complex factual issues and effectively communicating about those issues to juries. He will be committed to you and your case to the end.

Bar Admissions:
     Texas
     U.S. Supreme Court
     U.S. Court of Appeals 5th Circuit
     U.S. District Court Southern District of Texas
     U.S. District Court Eastern District of Texas
     U.S. District Court Northern District of Texas

Education:
     University of Houston Law Center, Houston, Texas
     Doctor of Jurisprudence
Honors: Magna Cum Laude

     University of Texas at Austin
Major: Economics

Awards:
Jeff was chosen to be a Super Lawyer Rising Star in 2009, 2010 and 2011 and was also chosen as a top 40 lawyer in Texas under the age of 40 by the National Trial Lawyers Association.

As Seen On

See the videos 
  • image
  • image
  • image
  • image
  • image
  • image
  • image
  • image
  • image
  • image
  • image
  • image
  • image
  • image
  • image
  • image
  • image
  • image
  • image
  • image