Mr. Caston received his bachelor's degree in history from Texas Tech University in Lubbock, TX. At Texas Tech, he was actively engaged in the legal community. In 2006, he was elected president of the Texas Tech chapter of the international law fraternity, Phi Alpha Delta. Shortly after graduating from college, he worked in finance in New York City. During his time working for a mid-town Manhattan hedge fund, Mr. Caston weathered one of the worst economic recessions in American history and saw firsthand what happens when those who should be held responsible are left unchecked.
Upon returning to Texas in 2010, Mr. Caston began law school at South Texas College of Law in Houston. At South Texas, he worked on a wide variety of cases. He had the honor of being a member of the international business law journal and in the summer of 2012 temporarily returned to New York to work for the Brooklyn District Attorney. At the Brooklyn District Attorney's office, John was responsible for upholding the law and bringing the guilty to justice.
A Record of Success
Immediately following law school, John worked at one of the oldest and most prestigious civil litigation firms in TX. He is well versed in trial experience and has handled a wide variety of cases throughout Houston and the state. During his first week as an associate at Tilton & Tilton, Mr. Caston won a six-figure verdict in a Harris County jury trial.
There When You Need Assistance
If you or a loved one has been harmed by another party or want to learn more about John A. Caston, contact him today. At Tilton & Tilton, we are committed to serving our clients and ensuring that justice is done. We provide a free initial legal consultation, meaning you can meet Mr. Caston to receive a free legal consultation on your particular circumstances that would benefit you even if you decide not to hire him. But why wouldn't you? Hiring us doesn't cost a dime in a personal injury case, we don't take any payment from you unless we win the case, and even then, we take from what we earn, not from you personally.