Meet the Lawyers
Language barriers further complicate already complicated systemic processes. We minimize stress by ensuring that every employee, especially your attorneys, speaks both English and Spanish.
Guerrero Law Offices was founded in 1985 by Roxane M. Guerrero, a personal injury lawyer living in Dallas, TX. Ms. Guerrero’s goal was to create a firm where people in need could receive exceptional service and personal attention. Living in a diverse population and being a fluent Spanish speaker, Ms. Guerrero is proud to run a firm staffed with bilingual legal professionals.
Choosing an attorney to represent you in a personal injury or immigration matter is an important decision to make. There are many immigration lawyers in the Dallas area, and finding the one right for you can feel overwhelming. At Guerrero Law Offices, we offer free initial consultations so you can learn more about us before committing to anything.
Roxane M. Guerrero
University of North Texas, Denton TX
– B.A. Psychology, 1982
– Cum Laude Honors
Southern Methodist University, Dallas TX
– J.D. Juris Doctor, 1985
– National Hispanic Scholar
– W.J. McGowan Scholar
– Student Chief Counsel for the SMU Legal Civil Clinic
Admitted to the Bar
November 8, 1985
Law Offices of Roxane M. Guerrero DBA Guerrero Law Offices Offices
– 1989 to Present
– President, CEO, and Attorney
– Owner of a full-service law firm with significant personal injury and immigration client base.
Otstott and Guerrero Law Offices Firm
Otstott and Campana Law Firm
Law Offices of George A. Otstott
– 1984 to 1989
– Initially began as a law clerk and subsequently became a litigation attorney for the firm after admission to the bar.
Professional Affiliations (Past and Present)
– American Bar Association
– Association of Trial Lawyers of America
– Texas Trial Lawyers Association
– State Bar of Texas Grievance Committee – District 6A
– Dallas Trial Lawyers Association (Member and Panel Chairperson)
– Texas Bar Foundation (Fellow)
– Mexican American Bar Association (Past Officer)
– Dallas Association of Young Lawyers
– Texas Civil Justice Foundation (Founding Sponsor)
Andrew D. Rohe
After graduating from Texas Tech, Mr. Rohe attended St. Thomas University School of Law in Miami, Florida. During his time in law school, Mr. Rohe worked with and in several law office settings including private and public settings.
He was admitted to the Florida Bar in 2011. He began working with Kelley Kronenberg, a Fort Lauderdale-based national law firm, in 2010 while he awaited admission to the Florida Bar. It was there that he dedicated his time to workers’ compensation/insurance defense, representing insurance companies and employers defending workers’ compensation/injury claims. He also worked with multinational corporations handling the defense of Jones Act and Longshore and Harbor Workers Act claims. Then, Mr. Rohe moved to Hernandez, Hicks, and Valois to complete a short stint as an associate, also in workers’ compensation/insurance defense.
In 2012, Mr. Rohe was called to return home to Texas. Since that time, Mr. Rohe has developed a passion for the plaintiffs’ side of injury law. He represents clients in car accidents, truck accidents, motorcycle accidents and slip and falls, and other general liability and property loss claims. He has tried over 20 cases solo or as a part of a team. Further, he assists individuals and families in navigating the tricky and often frustrating world of immigration law by providing services in the following areas: Family based immigrant visas, non-immigrant visas, adjustment of status, waivers, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, and others.
In his free time, Andrew loves spending time with his family, exploring the outdoors through hiking, fishing, hunting, adventure sports, and traveling.
Ariana Guerrero Hamilton
She knew she wanted to be an attorney from the time she was 10 years old (and realized that she was a little too clumsy to be a ballerina). She knew that the best way she could help people was by having the knowledge and skills to do so.
She has a unique perspective because she grew up in this law firm, literally. From daycare to her first job, this firm saw it all. Ariana started from the bottom, washing the outside windows and then slowly worked her way up to behind a desk. By high school, she had worked on several cases (with supervision) and observed in court. After graduating from Bishop Dunne High School located in Oak Cliff, she just wasn’t ready to leave her hometown.
She spent the following four years studying at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas and continued to work as a legal assistant for the Guerrero Law Offices Offices. After her freshman year, she received a scholarship to study abroad. She lived with a family in Xalapa, Veracruz for three months and studied Spanish (which she began learning as a baby) at the local university. During this time, she fell in love with Latin America and its culture.
In 2013, Ariana graduated from SMU with a double major in Human Rights and English, as well as minors in Spanish and Psychology. Immediately after graduation, she made the four-hour move south to attend the University of Houston Law Center. She jumped on the opportunity to return to Mexico for a summer and work at the ministry of foreign affairs in Mexico City (la Secretaria de Relaciones Exteriores) to prevent international child abductions. After returning to the US, Ariana spent a semester working as a student attorney in the immigration clinic where she represented clients in front of immigration judges and submitted briefs to the court. She continued to expand her immigration knowledge while working with a well-respected immigration firm in Houston. Under the guidance of her supervisors, Ariana drafted and edited briefs for cases before the Board of Immigration Appeals and the 5th Circuit.
In May of 2016, Ariana graduated from the University of Houston Law Center. After passing the bar exam on her first attempt that same year, she knew it was time to come home to Dallas and to Guerrero Law Offices.
In her free time, she enjoys going on adventures with her husband Chris, son Enzo, and daughter Sefora, and playing fetch with her (full grown) kitten.
Justice Seekers Since 1985
We do everything it takes to protect your rights, stand up for your interests, and attain positive outcomes.
902 W Commerce St
Dallas, TX 75208
8:30 AM to 5:00 PM
Weekends by appointment only