Personal Injury Attorney: Jane M. Braugh
Jane M. Braugh received her B.A. in English from the University of Kentucky. She attended law school at the University of Houston, Law Center in Houston, Texas, graduating in 1994. During law school, Jane M. Braugh studied abroad in Innsbruck Austria and Mexico City, Mexico, where she completed a law internship at Petróleos Mexicanos (PEMEX), Mexico’s state-owned petroleum company.
After obtaining her juris doctorate degree, Jane M. Braugh was appointed Assistant Attorney General for the State of Texas in the Financial Crimes Division, and practiced in Austin, Texas from May 1995 through December 1999. While an Assistant Attorney General, Jane M. Braugh co-authored the Texas County and District Attorney’s Practice Guide on Asset Seizure and Forfeiture, drafted proposed legislation and testified before Legislative committees regarding pending legislation.
Jane M. Braugh then transferred her practice to Southern California in January 2000 where she initially worked for Belin, Rawlings & Bedal, of Brentwood, California and later associated with Artiano, Guzman & Toomey of Torrance, California with a focus in complex business disputes and environmental law. Later, Jane M. Braugh was exclusively, Of Counsel and managing attorney of Sico, Hoelscher Harris LLP’s California office, where her practice focused on a variety of complex litigation matters involving catastrophic injury, product liability, premises liability, vehicular and trucking accidents, aircraft litigation, workplace accidents, and a variety of business and commercial disputes. Just before joining Warmuth Law, Ms. Braugh won a significant verdict against the Ford Motor Company and the owner of a Ford Focus on a products (design) defect claim, which caused an accident leading to the wrongful death of a father of two.
Jane M. Braugh is a member of the State Bar of Texas and the State Bar of California. She is admitted to practice before the United States District Courts for the Northern, and Western Districts of Texas, as well as the Central District of California. Jane M. Braugh is admitted to practice before the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.
Jane M. Braugh, a Native American, is also a member of the judiciary. In 2004, Jane M. Braugh was elected District Court Judge of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation (CPN) of which she is a tribal member, where she served until 2010. On June 26, 2010, Jane M. Braugh was elected Associate Supreme Court Justice of the CPN Supreme Court where she remains serving for multiple consecutive terms.