Sidney has 25 years of legal experience working in law firms focused on personal injury and
toxic tort litigation. In practice, Sidney has litigated a vast array of cases involving personal
injury, asbestos related diseases, complex business litigation and employment discrimination
Courage and compassion best describe Sidney’s persona as she is a born fighter for protecting
the rights of those who have been harmed while demonstrating heartfelt kindness and concern for
the ones who have been hurt.
Sidney, or Sid as known by most people, is an avid music lover, musician and guitar enthusiast.
Just know, wherever there is music, Sid is sure to be close at hand.
State Bar of Texas – November 2010
State Bar of Louisiana – December 2012
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania - 2017
FEDERAL COURT ADMISSIONS:
Eastern District of Louisiana
Western District of Louisiana
Southern District of Texas
Northern District of Florida
University of Houston – B.S.
Texas Southern University – J.D.
Texas Trial Lawyer’s Association (TTLA)
American Association of Justice (AAJ)
National Trial Lawyer’s Association
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