Brook Minx’s practice focuses on subrogation, insurance coverage/bad faith, insurance defense, mold litigation, personal injury, products liability, premises liability and transportation. Brook’s clients include major insurance companies and corporations. Born in Kansas City, Missouri, Mr. Minx graduated from the University of Kansas in Lawrence, Kansas in 1975 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering; he was a practicing engineer in the petrochemical industry (see Engineering Experience below), receiving his law degree from South Texas College of Law in 1994, as well as a B.G.S. in Chemistry from the University of Kansas in 1994. Mr. Minx is a member of the Board of Directors of many charitable organizations including those supporting wildlife conservation, outdoor education and humanitarian services.
Project Engineer, Process Engineer and Project Manager for various petrochemical manufacturing companies such as Allied Chemical Corp. Projects for production facilities included production of ammonia, nitric acid, ammonium nitrate, ammonium phosphate, phosphoric acid, urea, and anhydrous ammonia storage. These projects ranged from small debottlenecking of existing production facilities to increase production, to design and installation of grass roots fertilizer complexes and using engineering contractors such as M.W. Kellogg, Jacobs Engineering, Bechtel, etc. Engineering experience includes compressors, turbines, pumps, piping, instrumentation, reactors, reformers, catalyst, distillation towers, heat exchangers, prilling towers, and granulators to name a few.
South Texas College of Law, Houston, Texas, J.D., 1994
University of Kansas, B.G.S., 1994
- Major: Chemistry
University of Kansas, B.S., 1975
- Major: Chemical Engineering
State Bar of Texas, 1994
U.S. Supreme Court
U.S. Court of Appeals 5th Circuit
U.S. District Court Southern District of Texas
SUBROGATION: From Loss to Verdict
Insurer’s Guide: Adjusting Water Damage and Mold Claims in Texas
Texas Insurance Law Reservation of Rights
Recovering Punitive Damages In A Commercial Context