Personal injury lawyer Michael A. Pohl has over 45 years of trial experience, and devotes his practice to representing people who have suffered serious injuries. Michael has successfully represented victims of all types of negligence-related incidents, from automobile accidents, manufacturing defects, and pharmaceutical liability, to construction site injuries. He has represented clients throughout the United States, as well as from Mexico, and Central and South America.
Michael has extensive experience and success representing victims of vehicle rollover accidents. Michael represents victims exclusively, and does not work for automotive or tire manufacturers. He has handled cases involving virtually every make and model SUV, pickup or van. He also has handled tire failure cases involving virtually all brands of tires. In addition to representing victims of U.S. rollover accidents, Michael has represented numerous families who have driven their U.S. licensed vehicles into Mexico, and experienced a rollover accident on Mexican soil.
Michael received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Texas A & M University-Commerce and his Juris Doctorate, magna cum laude, from the University of Houston, where he was Associate Editor of the Houston Law Review. He is admitted to practice law in Texas (1974) and Colorado. He is also admitted to practice before the U.S. Supreme Court, the U.S. Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit, and the U.S. District Courts in the Southern, Western, and Eastern Districts of Texas.
On multiple occasions, Michael has been an invited speaker at the Texas State Bar Professional Development Program. Publications by Michael include: “Developments in the Law of Federal Class Action Litigation–Catch 22 in Rule 23,” 19 Hous. L. Rev. 337, (Reprinted 1973 National College of Advocacy, Harvard Law School); “Establishing and Altering the Character of Texas Subdivisions,” 27 Baylor L. Rev. 639 (1975); “Judgments by Default–A Survey of Texas Law,” 31 Sw. L. J. 465 (1977); Co-Authored with U.S. District Judge David Hittner, “Judgments by Default in Texas,” 37 Sw. L. J. 422 (1983); and Authored section of Advanced Civil Trial Course Manual entitled “Restricting Competition by Contract–Covenants Not to Compete,” 1978, also 1979 supplement.