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Zachary Wooldridge grew up in Wills Point, a small town east of Dallas, Texas.
The summer after graduating high school, Zach joined the Army National Guard, where he proudly served for 6 years. During that time, he also attended Texas A&M University where he was a member of the Corps of Cadets, Student Senate, and numerous other campus organizations. After receiving his BA in History with a minor in Military Studies, Zach went on to obtain his JD from South Texas College of Law in Houston.
For a time, Zach worked as a litigation attorney at a personal injury law firm in Dallas where he represented injured individuals and families throughout Texas against negligent drivers, trucking companies, businesses, and premises owners.
Zach also worked at a defense law firm for two years, where he gained valuable insider experience as to how insurance companies and their teams evaluate and process claims. He brought this insightful advantage along when he joined the Stewart J. Guss law firm in February 2019.
Zach’s dedication to justice, service, determination, and client-first values culminate in his representation of personal injury clients. His clients’ needs are his #1 priority, throughout every step of their case.
On the weekends, you will likely find Zach spending time with family or in College Station at a Texas A&M football game.
Get to Know: Zachary Wooldridge
What does it mean to you to work for Stewart J Guss, Attorney at Law? “We help a lot of people and have a great staff. Not all firms can say both. That makes it a lot easier to get up and come to work every day.”
Do you have any hidden talents or surprising hobbies? “I compete in BBQ competitions all over the state.”
What is your go-to comfort food? “Mac n’ cheese or anything with peanut butter.”
What is your favorite TV show or movie? “Anything Marvel.”
If you could know more about one thing, what would it be? “How to start investing, like the stock market or real estate, for both short and long term growth.”