During his career, Rolando Quesada has built an impressive resume as a litigator, and today he focuses his practice on personal injury law at our office in Dallas. He handles a wide range of cases, including those involving motor vehicle accidents, defective products, premises injury, dog bites, and more.
Rolando earned a bachelor’s degree in economics from The University of Texas at Dallas and subsequently enrolled in the Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law. There, he served on the board of editors of the Science and Technology Law Review and as president of the Hispanic American Law Students Association, and he further distinguished himself as a Joseph W. McKnight Scholarship recipient. He also worked as a judicial intern for the Honorable Martin J. Hoffman of the 68th Civil District Court.
After graduating law school, Rolando gained a breadth of litigation experience at a number of respected law firms across North Texas. Over the years, he demonstrated his outstanding legal talents by serving as lead attorney on dozens of cases in active litigation and successfully negotiating hundreds of settlements, including numerous six-figure agreements. He has also benefited the legal industry as a member of the Texas Trial Lawyers Association.
Rolando has continued his record of success as a member of the attorney team at Zinda Law Group, where he uses his drive and keen legal mind to help our clients get the justice and financial compensation they deserve.
Born in Dallas to Honduran parents, Rolando became the first in his family to attend college and law school. Active in his community, he is a proud congregant of St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in Richardson. In his leisure hours, he enjoys spending time with his family and his chocolate labrador, Mocha, as well as reading fantasy fiction and playing guitar.
- Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law, J.D.
- The University of Texas at Dallas, B.A. in economics
- Motor Vehicle Accidents
- Premises Liability
- Product Injuries
- Dog Bites
- Water Injury
- Tire Failure
- Supreme Court of Texas
- Texas Trial Lawyers Association