Randy Canché has represented a diverse array of clients and devotes the majority of his practice to complex litigation matters. He has successfully settled hundreds and tried dozens of cases in state, federal, administrative, and arbitration courts throughout the world. Mr. Canché received his Bachelor of Science Degrees in Chemistry and Economics from Baylor University, where he graduated with the highest honors and was on the Dean’s List every semester.
Since his graduation from South Texas College of Law, Mr. Canché has worked at some of the country’s most prestigious law firms, where he has represented Plaintiffs in large personal injury, medical malpractice, commercial litigation, product liability, and employment litigation cases. His experience in personal injury and product liability cases is vast, with focuses on auto defects, crashworthiness claims, and defective tire litigation.
Joining Patrick Daniel Law in 2019, Mr. Canché brings with him his considerable experience and talents to fight on behalf of his clients.
When he is not litigating, he is a professional bodybuilder, owns a fitness consulting company, and blogs on bodybuilding and nutrition. He is an avid traveler and foodie. He is also fluent in Spanish.
BAR AND COURT ADMISSIONS
Mr. Canché is licensed in Texas and New York State Courts, Federal District Courts for the Southern, Northern, Western and Eastern Divisions of Texas, Federal Circuit Courts for 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 9th, 11th and D.C. Court of Appeals, and the U.S. Supreme Court.
AWARDS AND HONORS
- Texas Super Lawyers Rising Stars 2010 – 2011 (Thomson Reuters).
- National Trial Lawyers Top 40 under 40 (2014, 2015)
- National Academy of Jurisprudence Premier 100 (2017)
- American Association of Attorney Advocates Top Ranking Attorney (2020)
- Martindale Hubbell’s Top Rated Medical Malpractice Attorney (2015)
- Legal Reader’s Top Rated Lawyers of 2015 (2015)
He has been appointed as Counsel for Receivers in some of the largest Ponzi Schemes in United States History. He is regularly appointed as Special Counsel and as an Attorney Ad Litem on complex personal injury and wrongful death cases.
He has served as a Board Member for various philanthropic boards, including the SEARCH Young Ambassadors’ Board of Directors, Best Buddies of Texas Advisory Board of Directors, Houston Opera Guild, Houston Chamber and Hispanic Chambers of Commerce.
VERDICTS AND SETTLEMENTS
- Counsel for GM Ignition switch recall and defect cases pending in both the New York MDL and the Houston, Texas, MDL.
- Plaintiff’s Counsel for Takata Airbag litigation cases currently pending in the Takata MDL in the Federal Southern District of Florida, Miami Division.
- Plaintiff’s Counsel for various Plaintiffs with claims against Norcold, Inc. and Thetford, Inc., in massive recall on refrigerators.
- Plaintiff’s Counsel for various Plaintiffs who filed suit against Toyota for several recalls including unintended acceleration and sticky foot pedal recalls.
- Plaintiff’s Counsel for family which suffered multiple deaths and surviving members with quadriplegia as a result of detreated tires and an uncrashworthy vehicle.
- Plaintiff’s Counsel for injured male due to two recalled hernia mesh, which led to debilitating injuries.
- Plaintiff’s Counsel for FEI Company versus the United States due to the negligence of its employees.
- Plaintiff’s Counsel in wrongful death case versus Exxon due to its negligence at the Port of Houston, which led to the death of the patriarch of the family.
- Plaintiff’s Counsel for surviving mother suffering from quadriplegia and the death of her two sons as a result of design and manufacturing defects from a foreign tire manufacturer.
- Prosecuted negligence, gross negligence, and medical malpractice claims against Memorial Hermann Hospital, attending physicians, and attending nurses for catastrophic birth defects of twin children.
- Successfully secured a settlement for construction worker that suffered traumatic brain injury due to electric shock.
- Prosecuted negligence and products liability actions against international motorcycle manufacturing company for death of user. Settled case after trial judge granted plaintiffs’ Daubert Motions, striking two of defendants’ three testifying experts.