Ross Evans


  • 601 Howard Street
  • San Antonio, Texas 78212

"We honor our commitment to our clients and referring counsel by handling each case with attention to detail, a proactive focus, and a determination to produce results."


Ross Evans joined Wigington Rumley Dunn & Blair LLP in 2015, after practicing insurance defense with Brock Person Guerra Reyna, P.C. in San Antonio, Texas. While at Brock Person, Ross handled personal injury cases involving energy companies, oilfield service companies, transportation companies, governmental entities, and private individuals. Ross also represented private businesses involved in litigation, ranging from construction defects to large-scale property loss.

Prior to his work with Brock Person, Ross practiced in North Carolina, with Coffey Bomar, LLP, where he concentrated on medical malpractice defense and commercial litigation.

Ross earned his education at Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, double majoring in Business Administration and Spanish, before graduating with his law degree from St. Mary’s University School of Law in San Antonio, Texas. While at St. Mary’s, Ross served as president of the St. Thomas More Society, promoting forums of discussion among attending law students and inspiring intellectual, spiritual and moral qualities to future attorneys.

In the short time since joining the WigRum team, Mr. Evans has helped Wigington Rumley Dunn & Blair LLP bring two multi-million dollar cases to resolution. He secured a settlement of $1.5 million on an oilfield injury case in May 2015 and the very next month, obtained a $2 million judgment for his clients against an intoxicated driver.


  • State Courts of Texas
  • State Courts of North Carolina
  • United States District Court for the Western and Southern Districts of Texas


  • Double Major in Business Administration and Spanish, Wake Forest University
  • Law degree, St. Mary's University School of Law


  • San Antonio Trial Lawyers Association
  • San Antonio Young Lawyers Association