Matthiesen, Wickert & Lehrer, S.C. (“MWL”) is pleased to welcome Brice V. Dodson, a new litigation associate, to the firm’s Austin, Texas branch office. Brice graduated from the Texas A & M University in College Station, Texas, and received his law degree from the University of Texas School of Law in Austin, where he served as an editor on the Texas Journal of Oil, Gas, and Energy Law. He is a welcome addition to the subrogation litigation team in our Austin branch. Brice brings several years of litigation experience to MWL, having worked with the 14th Court of Appeals in Houston, as well as two prominent litigation firms in Austin, Texas.
When Brice isn’t working, he enjoys kickboxing, hanging out with his dog, and playing Xbox (especially Halo, email for gamertag if you want wins). He also enjoys playing and watching lacrosse, Formula 1, and trying new restaurants.
Brice handles property and casualty, workers’ compensation, and automobile subrogation cases throughout Texas—our busiest state for subrogation litigation. When asked by a client if he practices only in Texas, he is quick to point out that it takes longer to drive from Orange, Texas to El Paso, Texas, than it does to drive from El Paso to Los Angeles. There is a lot of subrogation work within the Lone Star State alone and we are happy to have Brice on our team.
Brice strongly believes that subrogation must be cost-effective to be profitable. This affects his strategy moving forward on subrogation files, large and small. He especially enjoys the challenging files in which clients have previously indicated there was no subrogation potential. He loves MWL’s national approach to recovery work and says that he benefits greatly from lawyers and staff in our other offices around the country. We look forward to growing with Brice, and eagerly welcome him to our subrogation family here at MWL. On behalf of the partners, associates, legal assistants, and support staff here at MWL, we would like to welcome Brice. We would also invite our clients and friends to introduce themselves to Brice, who can be reached at [email protected].