John D. Plumlee is a Texas trial attorney that has assisted hundreds of clients obtain justice throughout his career. Mr. Plumlee is a native of the Rio Grande Valley and a proud graduate of the Texas Tech University School of Law (Class of 2011).
Mr. Plumlee began his career in law as a zealous advocate for the criminally accused before representing defendants in civil matters as an associate at Royston, Rayzor, Vickery and Williams. As a defense lawyer, John handled numerous claims involving trucking accidents, shipyard accidents, construction defect claims and car accidents. Throughout this time, he still maintained in interest in criminal defense and helped secure an acquittal in federal court for a client unfairly accused of defrauding the government of over a million dollars.
In addition to handling matters on the defense side, Mr. Plumlee has represented parties on the Plaintiff’s side of the docket on a wide range of claims, from business disputes to victims of drunk drivers. As a result of working on both sides of the docket in injury and commercial matters, Mr. Plumlee has a unique perspective on assessing claims.
Mr. Plumlee completed his undergraduate degree at the University of the Incarnate Word in San Antonio before attending Texas Tech University School of Law in Lubbock, Texas. He is licensed to practice statewide. Additionally, he is admitted to practice in the Western and Southern Districts of Texas. Lastly, Mr. Plumlee was a presenter at the 2022 UT Law Car Crash Seminar where he gave a presentation on the subject of future damages in Texas.