Fight For Your Rights
I have spent the last thirty-four years representing people who have been harmed or wronged. It is amazing how many times, while waiting on a jury verdict, my client has turned to me and said “Susan, regardless of how this turns out, you told my story and I got my day in court. I was heard and I thank you.” Each time has been a great gift to me. In each case, I learn not only about my client, but about myself. Sometimes I am frustrated with the process, but I have great faith in our jury system and am grateful for the chance to be a part of it. Everyone matters.
A San Antonio couple is suing the San Antonio Police Department and the city in federal court over a 2019 arrest. The pair say they were wrongfully arrested after being assaulted by a police officer. The married couple own Garden…
Susan has been representing people who have been discriminated against or harassed in the workplace as well as those who have been physically injured since 1987. She is truly committed to standing up against corporations and insurance and believes in the vision of her mentor, Gerry Spence, who runs the Trial Lawyers College that “is committed to the jury system and to representing and obtaining justice for individuals; the poor, the injured, the forgotten, the voiceless, the defenseless and the damned, and to protecting the rights of such people from corporate and government oppression.”
Professor S. Rafe Foreman has been training lawyers and future lawyers for almost his entire career. He has continued to practice as a trial lawyer for over 31 years. He has extensive experience practicing law: criminal defense, trial specialist, plaintiff’s personal injury, malpractice, civil rights, employment, discrimination, wrongful death, excessive force.