Starr M. Forster
Starr Forster’s national practice focuses on pursuing negligent or reckless manufacturers whose defective products have killed or seriously injured consumers. Since these kinds of cases require extensive investigation, we’re fortunate that she brings years of investigative expertise to the firm.
She has a passion for representing not only innocent victims of defective products, but also people who were unjustly imprisoned for serious criminal offenses they didn’t commit. Before joining the firm, she investigated capital murder cases in Houston and San Antonio, where she represented innocent people who were wrongfully convicted. She became interested in this advocacy area in law school, where she worked with The Innocence Project, a national non-profit legal organization.
She’s been a frequent guest on the Prison Radio Talk Show, where she’s answered questions and discussed issues affecting the prison community and families affected by incarceration.
Starr was a standout in law school, where she was appointed executive editor of the school’s first law journal. She received several recognitions for her exceptional performance in law school, ultimately graduating at the top of her class with summa cum laude honors.
In her free time, Starr enjoys cooking for her friends and family, spending time with her cats, and fishing with her brothers.
- Products Liability
- Personal Injury
- Texas State Courts
- Juris Doctorate, Thurgood Marshall School of Law
- University of Texas – San Antonio
- Texas Trial Lawyers Association
- Corpus Christi Bar Association