Ronald G. Hole, a named partner, first practiced
as a lawyer in the United States Navy. After serving four years in the
Navy, Mr. Hole joined the McAllen law firm of Atlas & Hall, where Mr.
Hole eventually became a partner. Mr. Hole was a litigation attorney who
handled all types of litigation, but primarily insurance defense and medical
malpractice defense cases. While at Atlas & Hall, Mr. Hole tried numerous
jury trials. Mr. Hole practiced in county courts at law, state
district courts and federal district courts. Mr. Hole also practiced before
state and federal courts of appeal.
Mr. Hole left Atlas & Hall in July of 1992 to
start his own firm, The Law Offices of Ronald G. Hole, in order to concentrate
mainly in the medical negligence area of the law. Mr. Hole became board
certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in personal injury law and
civil trial law in 1992. In 1997 the name of the firm changed to Hole
& Alvarez, L.L.P.
Mr. Hole received his law degree from the University
of Texas School of Law, located in Austin, Texas. Mr. Hole received his Doctor
of Jurisprudence degree in June of 1980. Mr. Hole lives in the Rio
Grande Valley and is active in his community. The firm tries lawsuits and
handles litigation in Cameron, Hidalgo, Kleberg, Maverick, Starr, Willacy,
Nueces and surrounding counties.
Cheryl D. Hole and Adriana B. Maddox are "of counsel"
to the firm. Both attorneys have considerable courtroom experience and
assist the firm when the need arises.
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