- Texas (1997)
- J.D., University of Texas (1997)
- B.B.A., Vanderbilt University (1993)
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Amber Mostyn leads a team of battle-hardened, smart, tenacious lawyers who fight for people’s rights at her firm in Houston. Mostyn Law is a truly unique law firm, sharply focused on obtaining justice for victims of corporate greed and wrongdoing. Every single person at Mostyn Law, from the attorneys to the support staff, is committed to working harder and being smarter than our opponents.
Before becoming the people’s rights advocate she is today, Amber Mostyn was born and raised in Fort Worth, Texas. She earned her degrees from Vanderbilt University in both Anthropology and Spanish. After taking a year off to work in Washington D.C. and El Salvador, Amber attended the University of Texas School of Law. There she excelled in trial advocacy, received multiple awards and honors, including induction into the nationally recognized Order of the Barristers. Amber has served on the adjunct faculty of several Texas law schools teaching trial advocacy.
Amber’s talents have taken her around the world, and her legal victories in hurricane, injury, and medical device cases have placed Amber in high demand as Liaison Counsel. Amber and Mostyn Law have held leadership roles in 19 multi-district litigation and consolidated courts. She has helped thousands of people across the United States, with a second office in Puerto Rico, recover from natural disasters and sought justice for thousands more who have been injured by defective products.
Amber’s desire to help those not able to defend themselves is reflected in her work and philanthropy. She and Steve founded the Glenda Jean Mostyn and Joe E. Moreno Educational Foundation whose primary mission is to move mountains for special needs children and their families. In addition, Amber supports numerous charitable causes, including the YMCA, YWCA, Bo’s Place, Youth Development Center, National Multiple Sclerosis Society and the MS 150, Special Olympics Texas, and The River/TUTS, among others.
Amber Anderson Mostyn was born and raised in Fort Worth, Texas where she attended and graduated from Trinity Valley School. Ms. Anderson received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee with degrees in Anthropology and Spanish. After taking a year off to work in Washington D.C. and traveling to El Salvador, Amber went to the University of Texas Law School in Austin where she received her law degree in 1997. At UT Law School, Ms. Anderson excelled in trial advocacy and received many awards and honors, including induction into the nationally recognized Order of the Barristers.
Ms. Mostyn practices in the fields of personal injury law and wrongful death throughout the state of Texas. Amber has been an adjunct professor at Texas Wesleyan Law School and at South Texas College of Law, where she taught mock trial courses.
Steve and Amber Mostyn live in Houston, Texas, with their two children. They are the proud founders and supporters of The Glenda Jean Mostyn and Joe E. Moreno Educational Foundation. The Mostyn Moreno Foundation supports and operates programs and collaborative efforts across Texas that serve to encourage the abilities of children with special needs.
Ms. Clavell joined Mostyn Law in 2018. She is an associate attorney with the firm’s San Juan, Puerto Rico office. She works on First-Party Insurance litigation and focuses primarily on helping victims of Hurricanes Irma and Maria. Prior to her employment at Mostyn Law, Ms. Clavell worked as a real estate appraiser, real estate broker, and property inspector. Her 27 years of experience in the property valuation and assessment industry allows her to excel in her current role helping hurricane victims.
Ms. Clavell is dedicated to providing excellent legal representation to all of her client, and she works aggressively and diligently in every case. Ms. Clavell is native of Ponce, Puerto Rico, and currently resides in Caguas, Puerto Rico.
Ms. Bowen joined Mostyn Law in 2010 and has extensive experience litigating a wide variety of cases, including first-party insurance claims, DTPA claims, personal injury, wrongful death, medical malpractice, and products liability cases. Ms. Bowen fights tirelessly against insurance companies and major corporations in both state and federal court, and she is committed to providing excellent legal representation to her hard-working clients.
In recent years, Ms. Bowen has been involved in the development of standing pretrial orders, case management orders, master discovery, and protective orders for thousands of consolidated first-party insurance cases. Additionally, she represents victims involved in serious accidents and their families. She is dedicated to exceeding her clients’ expectations and obtaining the best result in every case.
During her time at South Texas College of Law, she participated in the advocacy program and interned for the Honorable Lynn N. Hughes for the Southern District of Texas.
Ms. Bowen enjoys spending time outdoors with her husband, Micah, and their three boys: Sam, Sawyer, and Finn.
Mr. Burns recently joined the Mostyn Law team in 2014. Mr Burns has handled numerous criminal and civil cases prior to coming to Mostyn Law. Mr Burns has trial experience as a state prosecutor, criminal and civil defense attorney. Mr. Burns has served as special assistant and attorney for former Florida Governor, Charlie Crist, along with serving as Deputy Attorney General under Crist. Mr. Burns has also served as General Counsel and District representative for former U. S. Congressman Joe Scarborough.
Mr. Burns was an adjunct professor at Nova Southeastern University College of Law in 1996 instructing in the Criminal Clinic.
Mr. Burns currently resides in Pensacola Beach, Florida.
Prior to joining Mostyn Law, Mr. Cox was an attorney with the Provost & Umphrey Law Firm in Beaumont, Texas. He began his law career as a judicial law clerk to Judge Wendell C. Radford in the Eastern District of Texas. Immediately following his judicial clerkship, he worked as an associate at Baker & McKenzie in Dallas, Texas.
Over his legal career, Mr. Cox has worked on a wide variety of litigation matters, including wrongful death, product liability, insurance disputes, commercial litigation, and serious personal injury cases. He also has served as class counsel in several nationwide class action lawsuits.
Mr. Downey has been employed with Mostyn Law since 2013. Mr. Downey works primarily on First Party Litigation cases against insurance companies. Mr. Downey has also handled probate and estate cases, professional license defense cases, and complex commercial matters.
Mr. Downey is a Sherman, Texas native and currently resides in Spring, Texas.
Ms. Maida has been employed with Mostyn Law since 2009. She started as a clerk for the firm during law school and continued to clerk for the firm through graduation, before returning as an associate after her admittance to the Texas State Bar in November 2011. Ms. Maida works primarily on First Party Litigation cases against insurance companies. Prior to her employment at Mostyn Law, she interned for the Honorable Jeff Bohm, United States Bankruptcy Judge for the Southern District of Texas.
Ms. Maida is a Beaumont, Texas native and currently resides in Houston, Texas with her husband and twin daughters.
Ms. Meador joined Mostyn Law in March 2015 with a business and commercial defense background representing clients in the manufacturing and chemical industries. At Mostyn Law, Ms. Meador works on products liability cases with an emphasis on medical devices and personal injury litigation.
Ms. Meador gained mass tort experience while working on cases pending in the asbestos and silica Multi-District Litigation (MDL) courts in Harris County. In addition to actions involving personal injury and products liability, she also has experience with cases dealing with wrongful foreclosure and enforcement of foreign judgment matters.
Ms. Meador is a Dallas, Texas native and she currently resides in Katy, Texas with her husband.
Ms. Schexnaider has been employed with Mostyn Law since 2013. She is an Associate Attorney with the firm and works on First Party Litigation cases against insurance companies.
Born and raised in Beaumont, Texas, Ms. Schexnaider graduated as the valedictorian of West Brook High School in 2005. As an undergraduate at the University of Texas at Austin, she interned with the Antitrust and Civil Medicaid Fraud Division of the Texas Office of the Attorney General. She was also a member of the Kappa Delta sorority.
Ms. Schexnaider interned for the Honorable Ron Clark, District Judge for the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas and clerked for the Provost Umphrey Law Firm, LLP in Beaumont. Before joining Mostyn Law, Ms. Schexnaider worked for Conley & Schexnaider in Beaumont.