Michael Tuttle is a trial attorney at Cowen Rodriguez Peacock. He joined the firm in February of 2020 and is fluent in both Spanish and English.
Michael is a former teacher who graduated from the University of Texas – Pan American in 1996 with a major in Math and a minor in Physics. He went on to receive his JD from Texas Tech in 2002.
Michael clerked under the late Federal District Judge Mary Lou Robertson and served as the In-House Counsel and Administrator for Temple School District.
Before joining Cowen Rodriguez Peacock, Michael was a solo practitioner and focused on personal injury and criminal cases. He moved to San Antonio to focus on work injury, trucking, and personal injury cases.
Michael is a member of the San Antonio Trial Lawyers Association (SATLA), the Texas Trial Lawyers Association (TTLA), the American Association for Justice (AAJ), and the AAJ Trucking Litigation Group (TLG).
When he is not in the office, Michael enjoys spending time with his kids Ethan, Zoe, and Katelyn, and playing guitar.
Education: University of Texas- Pan American, 1996; Texas Tech School of Law, 2002
Courts of Admittance: Texas (State); Northern, Western, and Southern Districts of Texas (Federal)
Licensed States: Texas
Areas of Practice: Work Injury; Trucking; Personal Injury
Professional Memberships: San Antonio Trial Lawyers Association (SATLA); Texas Trial Lawyers Association (TTLA); American Association for Justice (AAJ); Trucking Litigation Group (TLG)