Max Parker

Webb, Stokes & Sparks, LLP
314 W. Harris Ave.
P.O. Box 1271
San Angelo, TX 76903-6339
(325) 653-6866

Inspired by family and faith

"All we ask for is a level playing field. All we seek is justice."

As the father of five children, Max Parker strongly believes in family values. Max understands that when one family member is injured or killed, the whole family is affected. Max pursues justice for those persons and families who are injured by the few who do not respect the rights and lives of others. Board certified in personal injury law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, Max's practice includes all areas of personal injury law, with special experience in wrongful death claims, oilfield accidents, alcohol-related incidents, truck wrecks, accidents involving train crossings, and electrical shock.

Family and faith are core elements of Max's character. In his work as an attorney and in his life outside of the firm, he promotes decency, integrity, fairness and concern for others - not just to address the problems of today, but to help forge a better, safer future for tomorrow. Max understands that his reputation is his most valuable asset and he is proud to have earned an AV Preeminent peer review rating by Martindale- Hubbell?/LexisNexis ? the highest rating possible in both legal ability and ethical standards.

He is a leader in his church and community. As an elected trustee of the San Angelo Independent School District, Max is dedicated to academic excellence for all students in San Angelo. Since 1991, Max has headed the Christian Breakfast Fellowship, an interdenominational Christian organization started by Aubrey Stokes, a founding partner of Webb, Stokes and Sparks. He is also active in the Catholic Cursillo and Walk to Emmaus.

Community Involvement:

San Angelo Independent School District
Trustee, 2005 - Present
Vice-President, 2010 - Present

Angelo Catholic School Board
President, 1992-1997

Christian Breakfast Fellowship
Chairperson 1990 to Present

San Angelo Texas Ex-Students' Association
President, 1992-1993; 2011-2013
Director 1993-1996

Texas Ex-Students' Association
District 16 Director

American Board of Trial Advocates
President - West Central Texas Chapter, 2012-2013

Year Joined Organization:


Areas of Practice:

Personal Injury Law

Litigation Percentage:

100% of Practice Devoted to Litigation


Personal Injury Trial Law, Texas Board of Legal Specialization, 1981

Civil Trial Advocate, National Board of Trial Advocacy, 1992

Bar Admissions:

Texas, 1976
U.S. District Court Northern District of Texas
U.S. District Court Western District of Texas


The University of Texas School of Law, Austin, Texas, 1976
Doctor of Jurisprudence

University of Texas, 1973

Representative Cases:

Terrell v. State, 574 S.W.2d 616 (Tex.Civ.App.-Austin 1978)
Employers Cas. Co. v. Sloan, 565 S.W.2d 580 (Tex.Civ.App.-Austin 1978)
Rawlings v. Angelo State University, 648 S.W.2d 430 (Tex.App.-Austin 1983)

Honors and Awards:

Outstanding Member - San Angelo Chamber of Commerce, 2003

American Registry of Outstanding Professionals, 2002 - Present

Outstanding Member - Texas Ex-Students' Association, 1996

Selected to Texas Super Lawyers, 2009 - 2016

San Angelo Standard-Times Reader's Choice, Best Attorney, 2010

Professional Associations and Memberships:

Tom Green County Bar Association

American Bar Association

State Bar of Texas

American Association for Justice
Sustaining Member

College of the State Bar of Texas

Texas Trial Lawyers Association

American Board of Trial Advocates

Million Dollar Advocates Forum, 1997 - Present

The State Bar of Texas, 1997 - Present
Member, State Judiciary Committee, 1997-2000

State Bar of Texas, 2001 - 2002

Chair, District 15A Grievance Committee

Past Employment Positions:

Texas Court of Criminal Appeals, Briefing Attorney, 1976 - 1977


Delta Sigma Pi