Attorney Alex R. Hernandez Jr.’s history with Port Lavaca goes back three generations. His great grandfather moved to Port Lavaca first in the 30’s to pick cotton migrating between Northern Mexico and the United States.  Alex R. Hernandez’ grandfather went to a segregated school in the six mile area where the migrant farm workers families were taught.  Eventually Attorney Hernandez’ grandfather would move the family more permanently to the Port Lavaca where he worked as a janitor for the local Alcoa plant with a side job repairing appliances. Attorney Hernandez’ parents met in Port Lavaca where they went to high school eventually getting married.alex-r-hernandez-jr-port-lavaca-office

Alex R. Hernandez Jr. was born in Port Lavaca, moved when he was young but moved back when he was ready to start high school where he went to Calhoun graduating in 1989.  The school mascot the Calhoun Sandcrabs can be found in Attorney Hernandez’s decor and offices.  He has since moved on to bigger things but will always remember and represent the people of Port Lavaca. His parents and family still reside in Port Lavaca though many of his family have moved on to Austin, Hutto, Dallas, Victoria, and Houston.

If you or a loved one has been injured in Port Lavaca call us today, we can set up an appointment to meet at the Hernandez building which Attorney Hernandez still owns and maintains as both an office and part time residence.  Call Alex’s Port Lavaca office to reach him at 361-552-3100.