Biography of Nathan Z. Robinson
Attorney Nathan Robinson grew up on the Gulf Coast in the small Texas town of Dickinson. The youngest of five children, Nathan learned early in life that nothing is given to you, but must be earned through tenacity, perseverance, and ingenuity. After high school, Nathan attended Trinity University in San Antonio, double-majoring and earning bachelor’s degrees in Psychology and Communications. Thereafter, he entered the law/psychology dual degree program at Valparaiso University outside of Chicago, earning the Juris Doctorate Scholarship. In 2009, Nathan received his Master of Arts degree in psychology—graduating suma cum laude—along with his Juris Doctorate degree in law. No slight to Chicago, but upon graduating, Nathan returned home to the warmer days and sunnier hospitality of the people of Texas.
Nathan has focused his career on the zealous representation of injured Texans and their families. Over the years, he has gained a mastery of the claims-handling process employed by the insurance industry and big business, and has learned how to effectively fight back against their tactics. In addition to the State of Texas, Nathan Robinson is also licensed to practice law in the U.S. Federal District Court for the Eastern and Southern Districts. He is a member of the Galveston Bar Association, East Houston Bar Association, the Houston Trial Lawyers Association, and the American Association of Justice, as well as its “Trucking Litigation Group” national network of commercial trucking lawyers. With a strong track record of jury trial successes, Nathan currently employs his knowledge of human behavior, trial advocacy, commercial trucking, and the law together as a litigation attorney and member of the Stewart J. Guss, Attorney at Law team.
Nathan and his beautiful wife Abbey live in League City, Texas, where they are parishioners at St. Mary’s Catholic Church. When he is not representing clients, you will find Nathan long-distance running or playing with the love of his life, daughter Savannah Lee.