Michael Peck was born and raised in Fort Worth, Texas. His practice encompasses all areas of civil litigation including trial work, particularly the areas of construction, personal injury, commercial, and transportation. He has served as first chair trial and appellate counsel in federal and state courts across Texas. Michael has been active in Fort Worth and has served on the boards of the Bobby Bragan Youth Foundation, the Youth Sports Council of Fort Worth, Ballet Concerto, the Paschal High School Alumni Association, and the Paschal High School Enrichment Foundation. He is the past president of the Bobby Bragan Youth Foundation, the current president of the Paschal High School Alumni Association, and serves on the steering and selection committees of the Bobby Bragan Collegiate Slugger Award.
Michael also serves as a Southwestern University Class Agent for the class of 1991, and previously served on Southwestern University’s Athletic Hall of Fame Committee.
Michael has volunteered as a coach for the YMCA and at University Little League. Michael has consistently been named a Top Attorney in Fort Worth Texas Magazine, as well as a Super Lawyer by Texas Monthly, and a Top Attorney by 360 West Magazine. He is a Master Emeritus in the Eldon Mahon Inn of Court.
Michael received his J.D. Degree from the University of Texas Law School in Austin and his B.A. Degree Cum Laude from Southwestern University in Georgetown, Texas. Upon his graduation from law school in 1995, Michael began working at Brown Proctor where he has remained to the present.
Areas of Practice
Civil Trial and Appeals, Business and Commercial, Business Formation, Construction, Employment, Personal Injury, Professional Malpractice, Insurance, Transportation