Eric Newell

Attorney

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Eric Newell

Founder

Eric joined Brent Coon & Associates in early 2005. His work has primarily focused on representing victims injured in the 2005 explosion at the BP Texas City refinery. His work also includes representing clients involved in other personal injury and employment law matters.

Bar Admissions

  • Texas, 2004

Education

  • University of Houston, J.D.
  • Texas A&M University, B.S.

Areas of Practice

  • Personal Injury
  • Employment Law

Professional Associations and Memberships

  • American Association of Justice
  • Texas Trial Lawyers Association
  • Southeast Texas Trial Lawyers Association

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our offices

  • Beaumont Office

    215 Orleans St.
    Beaumont, TX 77701

  • Houston Office

    300 Fannin St.
    Suite 300
    Houston, TX 77002

  • Burbank Office

    4111 W. Alameda Avenue
    Suite 611
    Burbank, California 91505

  • Denver Office

    3801 E. Florida Ave.
    Suite 905
    Denver, CO 80210-2500

  • Philadelphia Office

    1500 Walnut Street
    Suite 2000
    Philadelphia, PA 19102

  • Nashville Office

    1102 17th Avenue, South
    Suite 305
    Nashville, TN 37212

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