Ross leads our Texas office. His practice consists of Plaintiff-focused civil litigation, including personal injury, civil rights, and employment discrimination. Ross is a trial lawyer with a passion for storytelling. He also formerly worked full-time as an investigator. His unique skill set enables him to dive into the facts of a case and hunt for the next key piece of evidence, which may turn out to be the difference at trial.
Ross served on active duty in the Air Force Judge Advocate General’s (JAG) Corps for five assignments, attaining the rank of Major. For his first three assignments, Ross was at offices in South Carolina, Alaska, and Colorado, where he worked as a prosecutor and also provided general legal support to base personnel. Ross then served two assignments as a defense lawyer, representing Air Force members who had been accused of wrongdoing. In total, Ross tried 38 courts-martial while on active duty, 18 of which were in front of juries.
After Honorably separating from active duty, Ross worked full-time as an investigator—first with a state agency, followed by a state university. His investigations pertained primarily to civil rights, employment discrimination, and other matters that were frequently the subject of federal civil litigation. Missing the courtroom dearly, Ross then brought his unique experiences (and passion for trial) to Cronauer Law’s Texas office.
Since joining Cronauer Law, Ross has helped the firm secure multiple six- and seven-figure jury verdicts and settlements.