Amber

Macias

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New Braunfels, TX
Practice anywhere in the state
Licensed in TX
Payment Plans Accepted
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About Amber

I worked for Progressive Insurance for 15 years prior to becoming an attorney. Most of my time was spent as a Senior Adjuster handling catastrophic losses and working closely with our Defense Counsel. I worked full time as a single mother while attending law school in the evening. I now work as a Plaintiff's attorney, helping my injured clients navigate the often times complicated road of dealing with insurance companies.
The majority of the other half of my practice is dedicated to Criminal Defense, not only to retained clients but indigent ones as well. I am a proud member of Gideon's Promise and Texas Future Indigent Defense Leaders. I offer zealous, client centered representation and foster positive down to earth relationships with my clients.

Top Case Types

Personal Injury: 40%

Driving Under the Influence/Driving While Intoxicated: 20%

Criminal Defense: Felonies: 20%

Criminal Defense: Misdemeanors: 20%

Clubs, Organizations & Pro-Bono Service

Gideon's Promise

2 Years

Languages Spoken

English

Background

Experience

Attorney/Owner, ACM LAW, PLLC

April 2019 - Pursuing

Education

St. Mary's University School of Law

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Office Address

267 W. Mill St.

Pricing

Consultation: Free

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Last Service Flat Fee Hourly Fee *
Fees Are Dependent on the Case - $250/hr
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