Born: Wichita Falls, Texas, 1974
Bar Admission: 2002, Texas and U.S. District Court, Northern and Eastern Federal Districts of Texas
Biography: Jeremy A. Lunn joined The Silvera Firm in October 2002, and primarily works in the areas of administrative and civil litigation. Mr. Lunn graduated cum laude from the University of Dallas in Irving, Texas in 1996 where he received his Bachelor degree in History. He also graduated summa cum laude in 1998 from The University of Texas at Arlington, where he received a Masters degree in History.
Jeremy joined The Silvera Firm in October 2002. He has authored and provided seminars and continuing education courses entitled “Workers’ Compensation Statutes – Legislative Changes,” The Silvera Firm, August 2005; “Workers’ Compensation Update in Texas – Recent Changes in the Law and Strategies on How to Deal With Them,” Lorman, February 2008; “Workers’ Compensation Update in Texas – New Cases From the Appeals Panel and District Courts,” Lorman, February 2008; “Workers’ Compensation Changes and Strategies,” The Silvera Firm, March 2008; “Recent Workers’ Compensation Decisions,” The Silvera Firm, March 2008; “Bad Faith Lawsuits in Texas Workers’ Compensation,” November 2008; “Workers’ Compensation Medical and Indemnity Benefits,” Workers’ Comp Publications, November, 2009; “Following the Money,” The Silvera Firm, November 2009; “SIBS, LIBS & Other Monsters,” The Silvera Firm, September 2011; “Workers’ Compensation 2013 Case Law Update,” Lorman, February 2013; “Investigation & Disability Concerns,” The Silvera Firm, May 2013; “Following the Money – What Workers’ Compensation Participants Need to Know About Indemnity and Medical Benefits,” Combined Partners Conference, May 2013; and “Common Ethical Quandaries for Workers’ Compensation Adjusters,” The Silvera Firm, May 2018.
Law School: St. Mary’s University School of Law, cum laude in May of 2002
Practice Areas: Insurance Defense, Subrogation, Workers Compensation, Civil Litigation
Member: Dallas Bar Association, Texas and American Bar Associations; Texas Association of Defense Counsel; Workers’ Compensation Law Advisory Commission.