Raul A. Rios has practiced law from the perspective of the plaintiff since he was licensed by the State Bar. He has handled well over a thousand civil litigation cases in all forms of personal injury cases. The type of cases Raul has successfully resolved and/or tried include trip and fall, automobile collision, tractor-trailer collision, on-the-job injury, construction, dram shop, medical negligence, nursing home negligence, product defect, sexual harassment, and trademark infringement. Raul has handled cases in litigation in District Courts throughout the State of Texas and in Federal Court including San Antonio, El Paso, Waco, Brownsville and Del Rio.
A high mark for Raul includes being inducted as a member of the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA), a nationwide association that is dedicated to preserving the seventh amendment of the constitution, which guarantees the right to trial by jury. It is an organization of trial attorneys from both the Plaintiff and Defense bars. In 2007, Raul was honored to be elected as the President of ABOTA.
On a personal level, Raul and his wife, Irene, have been married since 1992 and have three daughters and one son.