Carl Money is an attorney at the Nemeroff Law Firm where he represents those who have been diagnosed with mesothelioma and other asbestos related diseases. He has devoted his career to battling corporate corruption and assisting injured parties in obtaining the compensation that they deserve. Throughout his legal career, Mr. Money has pursued his passion to fight for justice on behalf of the innocent victims of corporate greed.
Following his graduation from law school, Mr. Money worked in the Texas Legislature as a general counsel. As a general counsel, Mr. Money promoted legislative policies to help individuals redress the injustices they suffered as a result of corporate actions. Mr. Money’s dedication to helping victims of corporate wrongdoers led him to his next position as an advocate for mesothelioma victims and other parties who have suffered personal injuries. Mr. Money worked as a solicitor in the United Kingdom where he primarily represented individuals with asbestos related diseases in legal actions in various parts of the world. He has also shown his commitment to public service through his role in the US Army Reserve as Judge Advocate General (JAG). He is currently a Lieutenant Colonel in the 117th Legal Operations Department. For three years, until 2015, Mr. Money served as the Deputy Regional Counsel of the Southern Region Office of Soldiers Counsel. In this position, Mr. Money was responsible for coordinating legal services for wounded or ill soldiers.
Among his professional associations in the United States, Mr. Money is a member of the American Association for Justice and the Texas Trial Lawyers Association. He is also affiliated with professional organizations aboard including the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers and the Pan European Organization of Personal Injury Lawyers in the United Kingdom. In the past, he served as a Board Member of the Dallas Trial Lawyers Association and a Board of Advocates Member of the Texas Trial Lawyers Association. Mr. Money is licensed to practice law in Texas, New York, England, and Wales. He was recognized for his legal achievements by Texas Monthly which nominated him as Super Lawyer in 2006. In addition to his work as a trial attomey, he has lectured about asbestos litigation in various forums in the United States and abroad.
Mr. Money graduated from Austin College in Sherman, Texas with a B.A. in International Studies in 1988. He earned his J.D. from Golden Gate University Law School in San Francisco, California in 1993. During law school, Mr. Money studied in Prague and Czech Republic. He was also honored with the American Jurisprudence Award for Appellate Advocacy.
Mr. Money lives with his wife and four young children. He is the owner of a boutique winery called Pontotoc Vineyard.