First generation American, Ms. Campos was born in Colorado Springs, Colorado, to a German mother and Mexican father. Raised in Laredo, Texas, Ms. Campos graduated from Texas A&M International University with a bachelor degree in Criminal Justice and a bachelor degree in Political Science. She then moved to San Antonio and graduated from St. Mary’s University School of Law where she earned her Doctor of Jurisprudence.
After graduating Ms. Campos began her career at a prestigious Texas personal injury firm representing personal injury clients. During her time there, she represented hundreds of clients and recovered millions of dollars for her injured clients. Ms. Campos focuses her practice on personal injury, assisting individuals injured in automobile and trucking accidents, company vehicle accidents, premises liability accidents, and workplace accidents in Texas.
Ms. Campos chose to specialize in personal injury because it is an area she feels very passionately about due to the great injustices she has witnessed victims of negligent actions suffer. Ms. Campos feels strongly that people who commit negligent acts should be held accountable for their actions. The bond she forms with each of her clients allows her to fully understand their loss. When it comes to being a zealous advocate for her clients, Ms. Campos is relentless and ensures her clients always receive the maximum compensation possible.
On her free time Ms. Campos enjoys spending time with family and traveling. Her family are avid soccer fans and frequently have debates over whose team is better. Ms. Campos has very high hopes that her hard work and dedication will influence her son Julio and daughter Emma to one day follow in her footsteps.
Veronica Treviño Tellez is the proud daughter of a former migrant worker turned public school educator and a former law enforcement officer. She learned by the example set by her parents the importance of integrity, hard work, and perseverance. Veronica graduated from the University of Texas at San Antonio and earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology. After completing her undergraduate degree, Veronica earned her Doctor of Jurisprudence at St. Mary’s University School of Law in San Antonio, Texas.
While attending law school, she worked as an intern with Bexar County District Attorney’s office helping the local community. She also worked as a law clerk at a law firm defending corporations and insurance companies. While Veronica valued her experience working on the opposing side of a personal injury case, she always felt a call to represent individuals whose lives were impacted by the negligent actions of others. She utilizes her prior insurance defense experience to ensure her clients receive the most effective representation and the most favorable outcome.
Veronica became an attorney for a prominent personal injury law firm in San Antonio where she developed personal injury skills, helping clients from the onset. She then became a Trial Attorney for the same law firm, where she represented victims and their families in personal injury cases, big and small. During this time, Veronica represented hundreds of clients against insurance companies and corporations throughout Texas. Veronica has also represented clients in matters pertaining to family law, criminal law, probate matters, traffic violations, and contract disputes. Today, Veronica provides excellent legal representation to clients injured in premises liability accidents, workplace accidents, vehicle accidents, car accidents, pedestrian accidents, and trucking accidents.
Veronica is driven by her passion for justice. Throughout her legal career, she has never wavered from the idea that everyone should be treated fairly. Therefore, Veronica has made it her mission to zealously advocate for her injured clients to correct the injustice they have experienced. The client’s trust and confidence is of the utmost importance to Veronica, which allows her to fully understand what she is fighting for.
Veronica is married to her high school sweetheart of 18 years, Anorberto “Bobby” Tellez and is a dog mom to her blue heeler, Luna, and her rescue pup, Dobby. Outside of work, Veronica enjoys traveling and spending quality time with her family and friends. She is also an avid supporter of UTSA Football and San Antonio FC.