Walter J. Romano is a Texas attorney and has been practicing law for almost 25 years. Before graduating magna cum laude from the University of Houston Law School in 1996 in the top ten percent of his class, he was a Houston area police officer. After becoming a lawyer, Mr. Romano spent a year as a briefing attorney for the 6th Court of Appeals in Texarkana, Texas.
His interesting career history is matched only by the variety of cases he’s represented and won, from maritime pollution to general practice. One case involved civil war era graves that were found on a family ranch in Angleton, Texas. He worked with the property owner and various community activists to preserve the dignity of the burial site, and at the same time, met the public’s right to access the area while assisting the property owner in using the ranch the way he liked without upsetting the site.
Joining Patrick Daniel Law in 2019 as an associate personal injury attorney, Mr. Romano enjoys working in law and helping others with their legal issues. When he’s not working on a case, he can be found exercising, playing pool, or watching historical dramas and action movies.