Mike Streich – Trial Lawyer
Mike Streich is a trial lawyer who is dedicated to helping people who have been seriously injured or tragically killed in oilfield and refinery accidents, catastrophic workplace explosions, offshore and maritime accidents, and 18-wheeler crashes.
From Kingwood, Mike received his bachelor’s degree in Government from the University of Texas at Austin. While in Austin, he served as a member of the Silver Spurs—an honorary service organization responsible for the care and transportation of BEVO, the University of Texas longhorn steer.
Immediately after college, Mike returned to Houston and obtained his law degree from the University of Houston Law Center, where he graduated cum laude. He was a member of the mock trial team and served as vice president of the Student Bar Association. During his law school summers, he interned at the Harris County District Attorney’s office and served as a law clerk, and later as an associate, at one of the oldest maritime firms in Texas.
Before joining Zehl & Associates, Mike spent nearly a decade representing corporate defendants and Lloyd’s of London insurance syndicates in catastrophic personal injury and death matters. He also spent a year working in-house at an offshore construction firm. As a part of this vast and diverse experience, Mike has counselled decision makers both inside corporations and at insurance companies about case evaluation and litigation strategy. He now uses this inside knowledge to assist individuals and families obtain the rightful compensation they are owed after being seriously harmed.
Mike has significant experience litigating personal injury cases, primarily in the energy, maritime, and transportation industries. These include onshore and offshore fires, explosions and accidents and large commercial motor vehicle accidents.
Mike has been voted a “Texas Rising Star” by Super Lawyers, a Thompson Reuters publication, every year since 2017. He is licensed to practice in all Texas state and federal courts.
When not working, Mike enjoys spending time with his wife, Lauren, and his daughters, Sloane and Heidi, at their home in Crosby, Texas.