EducationBaylor Law School
Timothy Roehrs is a Killeen-based personal injury lawyer dedicated to helping clients injured through the negligence of others.
Timothy has always desired to bring joy to others. When he was younger that meant telling jokes to spread laughter, but now it means trying his best to alleviate people’s problems, worries and anxieties. This is why becoming a personal injury attorney seemed like a natural fit for him. Before becoming an attorney, Timothy worked in the service industry. He often compares the time spent serving customers in the service industry to the work he does as an attorney. He takes pride in giving his clients a voice while assisting them through the most difficult periods of their lives. Being an attorney allows him the opportunity to constantly learn and progress, while also improving the lives of others.
Timothy is licensed to practice law in the Texas State Courts. His focus is primarily on car accidents, dog bites, nonsubscriber workplace injuries and trucking accidents. Because most of his clients are unfamiliar with the legal industry, he enjoys the teaching them about their legal rights in relation to the law. He is constantly reevaluating his cases to create innovative ways to approach problems that may arise in litigation. His clients appreciate his ability to create a legal strategy specifically tailored to their cases. Timothy’s creative solutions assist clients in getting favorable recoveries.
Helping families through tragedies while holding negligent parties accountable is Timothy’s driving force. His most notable case was helping the family of a little girl who had her lip bitten off by a pitbull—who was negligently handled by its owner.
Timothy received his Juris Doctorate from Baylor Law School in 2015. He earned his Bachelor of Arts in History with a Minor Criminology from the University of Oklahoma. Timothy is a member of the Bell County Bar Association, State Bar of Texas, Christian Legal Society and serves as the Incumbent President of the Killeen Rotary Club.
He has received the W.W. Naman Memorial Award in 2015 and was a member of the 2015 AAJ Mock Trial Regional Team, the 2015 Queens County District Attorney Mock Trial Team, the 2014 NCTC Mock Trial Team, the 2014 George Washington Religious Freedom Moot Court Team, 2013 Mack Kidd Admin Law Moot Court Team and Order of the Barristers.
Timothy is also extremely successful outside of the courtroom. He is a Black Belt and two-time Junior Olympian in Tae Kwon Do.
Memberships and RecognitionsPROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS AND MEMBERSHIPS
State Bar of Texas
Bell County Bar Association
Phi Alpha Delta
Christian Legal Society
HONORS AND AWARDS
W.W. Naman Memorial Award
AAJ Mock Trial Regional Semifinalist
Queens County District Attorney Mock Trial Team
NCTC Mock Trial Team
George Washington Religious Freedom Moot Court Team
Mack Kidd Admin Law Moot Court Team
Strasburger and Price Moot Court Competition Semifinalist
Order of the Barristers