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R. Lyn Stevens

Stevens Law Firm
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R. Lyn Stevens
Stevens Law Firm
Friendswood,
 TX

Lyn Stevens began the practice of law in 1980 as a briefing attorney for the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals. In 1981, he entered private practice concentrating on complex trial work predominantly in the Federal Courts. By 1983, his success allowed him to become part of a national trial team handling complex multi-party actions. In this role, he tried numerous mass consolidated actions and class actions in multiple states throughout the nation. His success in the courtroom has expanded his practice to a variety of complex personal injury, product liability, environmental (EPA and TCEQ), RICO, DTPA, and professional liability claims, as well as commercial disputes and consumer fraud claims.

For close to 40 years, Lyn has engaged in an active trial practice.  Early in his career, he focused on the burgeoning asbestos and other toxic tort litigation involving diacetyl (popcorn lung), cadmium, lead, benzene, silica, formaldehyde, PCBs, and sulfur dioxide. He served as trial counsel in welding fume litigation in some of the earliest Texas cases which alleged a variety of complaints including neurological illnesses such as ALS, arc welder’s pneumoconiosis, and Parkinsonism.

Lyn also handles complex real estate matters involving easements, appraisals, and oil & gas interests. He was an invited speaker before the American Appraisal Institute on unique issues involving landowners disputes over the scope of public utility easements. His practice expanded to include professional E&O claims against engineers, architects, medical health care providers, and veterinarians.  He has been involved in numerous construction defect claims, including those arising from the Reed Arena Collapse at Texas A&M University.

Lyn served as counsel in environmental matters, such as CERCLA and TCEQ actions involving water and soil contamination, including the enforcement action by the EPA regarding the USOR Superfund Site in Pasadena, Texas. He assisted in the Unified Command emergency response regarding a 465,000-gallon crude oil spill from the M/V Eagle Otome. 

Lyn now enjoys a national practice that concentrates on consumer fraud against the elderly. For more information, see his website at www.coinfraud.com

Personally, Lyn believes his greatest success is marrying his wife Sherrie and rearing four beautiful daughters. He has served on the boards of several non-profit organizations and served as Regent to Stephen F. Austin State University. His hobbies include all things Baylor, a challenging game of Chess, an occasional round of golf with his sons-in-law, and he remains a voracious reader of modern fiction and history.


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