Emily Marlowe is a Plaintiff’s Attorney who fights aggressively for each client that she represents. Emily has handled hundreds of cases against insurance carriers throughout the country, as well as mass tort and corporate taxation matters in litigation. Over the past several years, Emily has largely focused on helping flood victims who were damaged by: Hurricane Sandy (NY & NJ), Hurricane Harvey (Texas), the Tax Day & Memorial Day Floods (Texas), and the US Army Corps of Engineer Dam/Reservoir Releases. Emily helps these flood victims fight against their flood insurance companies, the US Government, and other responsible parties to make sure they receive the money they are owed for their flood damages.
Emily uses effective communication, passion, and hard work to win results for clients. She takes an aggressive approach, and has no problem holding insurance companies or other entities accountable for their bad actions – even if it requires going to trial. She has helped resolve over $25 million in settlements for her clients, and handled all aspects of discovery including depositions, mediations, hearings, and trial.
Emily has successfully helped a wide variety of clients fight for what they’re entitled to under the law, including individuals, businesses, school districts, housing authorities, condominium complexes, medical & dental offices, residential and commercial property owners, and others. She has extensive experience helping clients with insurance claims for flood, wind, hail, and hurricane damage.
Emily received her Juris Doctor degree from South Texas College of Law in Houston where she was an award-winning advocate for South Texas’ nationally acclaimed Trial Advocacy Program. She was a two-time winner of Top Advocate awards, and a two-time semi-finalist in the ABA Labor and Employment Law Mock Trial Competition, among other accolades. Additionally, she was a Dean’s Honor Student and a Dean’s Merit Scholarship Recipient.
Emily received her Bachelor of Science in Communications Studies from The University of Texas in Austin where she was a Dean’s Honor Student, and Vice President of Social Actions and Risk Management for Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority (Omega Chapter, Panhellenic).
Emily is an avid foodie who enjoys cooking, yoga, spending time with friends, and traveling in her free time.
The University of Texas in Austin
South Texas College of Law in Houston