Council Member

Bill Krueger has been actively engaged in the defense of civil rights, employment, labor, tort and insurance litigation for over 30 years. He successfully defends and tries cases for government entities throughout the State of Texas. Mr. Krueger handled six cases before the United States Supreme Court, as well as, a multitude of appellate cases at the Fifth Circuit and state levels. He has over 25 published opinions, and he has testified before the Texas Legislature on employment issues. He was an 8-year member of the Evidence Committee for the State Bar of Texas. Mr. Krueger was the General Counsel to the Texas Police Association for 10 years.

Bill specializes in the defense of cities, counties, political subdivisions, and other governmental entities. He regularly lectures at seminars for the Texas Police Association, Texas Municipal League, Texas Association of Counties, Texas City Attorneys Association and the Texas State Bar.

Bill aggressively brings cases to conclusion with effective and efficient results. He is passionate about his work in the government sector and how his efforts provide important resolution to communities around the state. While he often wins lawsuits on pre-trial motions, he has an extraordinary record of success at mediation and in the courtroom as well.

Bill enjoys coaching his growing team of litigators and sharpening skills to provide principled, effective and economic results. For over 20 years, the Martindale-Hubbell rating system scores Mr. Krueger with as “A-V Preeminent” – the highest rating possible with regard to legal ability and general ethical standards.