Wronged people deserve the right representation. This belief has driven Henry his entire life because everyone has a story worth telling, and sticking up for what is right is the only reward worth fighting for. From this sincere desire to make a difference in the lives of those who’ve suffered, Henry strives to be remembered as a lawyer who changed the lives of his clients.
“Service to others is the rent you pay for your room here on earth.” – Muhammad Ali
Born in Houston, Henry spent his early years there but eventually moved to Wimberley, Texas, a town of 2,500 residents. While attending Wimberley High School, Henry worked at different times on a flower farm, as a plumber, and as a landscaper, but his passion for lending a helping hand was born in the 2015 Blanco River Flood, which destroyed over 350 homes, including his own. Understanding the losses hundreds of other families faced, Henry spent his summer helping the community get back on its feet, and a passion for service was born.
He graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with Special Honors in Geography and a minor in Energy Management from the McCombs School of Business in 2019. His service and drive to fight for the right causes continued during this time as he boxed at the Huntsman Cancer Foundation Charity Boxing event and went on to work for the Great Springs Project, a non-profit dedicated to preserving Central Texas’ most critical springs for future generations of Texans.
In 2021, Henry began his career at KRW during his first year at St. Mary’s University School of Law. Working nearly full-time, Henry graduated in the top 10% of his class and now pursues excellence in Personal Injury litigation. He is a member of the San Antonio Young Lawyers Association and the San Antonio Trial Lawyers Association.
Outside of his legal practice, Henry enjoys perfecting his carpentry skills, bowhunting, fishing, and reading.