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Mitchell Moss

Mitchell Moss

Litigation Attorney, Mediator

 5845 Cromo Dr., Suite 2,
El Paso, TX 79912

(915) 703-7307

2019 Texas Super Lawyer for Personal Injury - General, Business Litigation

Member of The American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA)

M. Mitchell Moss
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Mitchell Moss is a respected litigator with extensive courtroom and trial experience, advising and representing individuals and corporations in matters related to commercial disputes; labor and employment; medical, legal and professional malpractice; catastrophic injury; education law; and all aspects of insurance defense.

Board Certified in Personal Injury Trial Law

Texas Board of Legal Specialization - Board Certified


Mitch has tried more than 100 jury cases and resolved hundreds of cases, without going to trial, for the benefit of his clients. He is licensed in both Texas and New Mexico. Mitch is Board Certified in Personal Injury Trial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. A certified mediator and arbitrator, he has mediated numerous cases and also served as an arbitrator multiple times.

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In addition to advising and representing individuals and corporations, Mitch has successfully resolved death cases, including a multiple-death case; some while representing defendants and others while acting on behalf of plaintiffs. He has also handled administrative matters with the Texas Board of Medical Examiners, the Board of Nursing Examiners, the National Labor Relations Board, the Texas Education Commission, and the New Mexico Workers Compensation Administration.

A graduate of Texas Tech University School of Law, Mitch is a frequent guest speaker at business conferences and seminars related to business and employment law.


Texas Tech University

Juris Doctor
Associate Editor
Texas Tech Law Review

Texas Christian University

Bachelor of Science

Admissions & Qualifications

  • State Bar of Texas
  • State Bar of New Mexico
  • Sustaining Member of the Litigation Section of the State Bar of Texas
  • Certified in Personal Injury Trial Law by Texas Board of Legal Specialization
  • United States District Court for the Western District of Texas
  • United States District Court for the District of New Mexico
  • Certified Mediator


Mitch has the highest Martindale-Hubbell rating of AV Preeminent. An AV Preeminent rating reflects an attorney who has reached the heights of professional excellence. He or she has usually practiced law for many years, and is recognized for the highest levels of skill and integrity.

A member of the Texas Association of Defense Counsel (TADC), Mitch is currently serving his second term as the TADC Vice-President for West Texas. He is also the recipient of the TADC’s 2014 President’s Award, which recognizes meritorious service by a member whose leadership and service has resulted in raising standards and achieving goals representing the ideals and objectives of the TADC. Additionally, Mitch is a member of the International Association of Defense Counsel (IADC) and the Claims Litigation & Management Alliance (CLM).

An active member of the community, Mitch is past Chair of the Alzheimer’s Association (Star Chapter), a past President of the Coronado Country Club, and a past Chair of the Board of the El Paso Chapter of the American Red Cross. He also serves as the pro-bono legal advisor for a church-based daycare and the Therapeutic Horsemanship of El Paso.

  • Obtained a seven-figure settlement for an individual in a complex insurance coverage matter, prior to trial.
  • Successfully defended engineers and attorneys in professional malpractice cases
  • Successfully defended doctors, hospitals, and healthcare providers against charges of malpractice and negligence
  • Resolved a case against a local university brought by more than 20 plaintiffs alleging claims related to accreditation issues
  • Resolved a professional malpractice case, involving over 40 plaintiffs and a city, related to construction defects
  • Resolved death cases; some while acting on behalf of defendants and others while representing plaintiffs
  • Successfully handled multiple-death, house fire case for a utility company
  • Upheld an arbitration agreement at the appellate level for a grocery store chain
  • Successfully negotiated claims of unfair labor practices for a small business
  • Obtained a defense verdict for a local hospital in a negligence case
  • Successfully defended a trucking company in a case related to an amputation that resulted from an accident
  • Recently delivered a speech entitled “Arbitration: Friend or Foe” to a large group of business owners and human resource professionals
  • Upheld an administrative decision with the Texas Supreme Court on behalf of a local school district
  • Successfully negotiated a Project Labor Agreement with an international Union on behalf of a national construction company
  • Obtained a verdict for a local not-for-profit organization in a commercial dispute

  • 2016, October 20. Difference Between Arbitration and Mediation.
  • 2015, March 4. Rules of the Game: Complying with Government Regulations and Avoiding Penalties.
  • 2015, March 4. Foul or No Foul: Dealing With and Defending OSHA Citations.
  • 2014, April 4. Breaking Bad Habits: Improving Workplace Practices and Surviving a DOL Audit.
  • 2014, April 4. Army Wives’ Tales.
  • 2013, April 3. Tips for Effective Communication & Appreciation in the Workplace.
  • 2012, March 30. Interactive Problem Solving Session.
  • 2011, March 4. Surviving Governmental Audits: A Changing Landscape.
  • 2011, March 4. A Palette of Problems: The Violent Workplace and the Implications of the Bully Employee.

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