Joe has extensive trial experience that has given him an in-depth knowledge of how litigation works and a broad array of strategies he employs in an attempt to find resolution for matters in court. Additionally, he serves as mediator and attorney ad litem.
Joe has won rave reviews from his clients thanks to his dedication, prompt responses and patience during settlement processes – more than 50 testimonials can be found on his website!
Early Life and Education
Joe Luce is an attorney licensed to practice in all Texas state courts as well as before the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas. His practice areas of focus include wrongful death, personal injury claims and insurance defense – along with general civil litigation on both sides of the dispute.
Alan Brinkley: As his life neared its close, Luce began taking an increasing public role and engaging in politics more actively. His most famous essay “The American Century” expressed his vision of what this century should bring for America and its citizens.
He was a close associate of both Jack Kennedy and President Johnson, writing an impressive introduction for Jack’s book “Why England Slept”. Additionally, he had a keen interest in sports – particularly basketball.
Joe is an AV rated trial lawyer who practices civil litigation at both state and federal levels, in areas including insurance defense, tort law, commercial arbitration, general personal injury claims and general plaintiff’s personal injury.
He was most recently the boys’ basketball coach at Richmond High School in Muncie, where his teams won back-to-back 4A sectional titles. Prior to that he served at Marion and Jeffersonville high schools.
Luce hails from Selma, Indiana – an eastern-central town in Indiana – and sports have always been an integral part of his life. He credits Paul Keller (Wapahani coach) with instilling him with the drive to excel on court and baseball field.
Luce hopes to provide the same opportunity at Tippecanoe Valley, with his son Jake currently competing in California Winter League before joining Blue Crabs Spring Training later this month.
Achievement and Honors
Luce was one of the great egotists in American business. He gained power and influence through four avenues: reading his opinions being read; being part of creating consensus thinking; an appreciation of beauty, and money.
In his sixth season as Head Coach at West Michigan High School, Eric Luce led his teams to an unprecedented school-record 117 wins – breaking several North Central Conference, sectional and regional droughts along the way.
Luce is well-regarded in the coaching community. He has extensive coaching experience at both high school and collegiate levels, serving as an assistant under Hall-of-Famer coaches Ray Pavy and Paul Keller at Purdue, and Wapahani High School before taking on Richmond High. Married to Karrie, they have seven children together including Tommy who currently attends Indiana University as a basketball player.
Joe loves spending time with his family, particularly watching their two older sons compete in college baseball and his daughter perform at high school football and basketball games. Additionally, Joe enjoys fishing, cruising, and trying new foods. Joe is a dedicated father and husband who supports educational and athletic programs within his community.
He is admitted to all state courts in Texas as well as the U.S. District Courts for the Eastern and Northern Districts of Texas, practicing wrongful death, personal injury, insurance collections, construction disputes and general civil litigation law.
He is a loving father and husband, taking great joy in supporting his two sons’ high school sports teams. An avid supporter of all Dallas teams, basketball is his passion as well as history books he is an avid reader.
He has made over 11 trades of BJs Wholesale Club Inc stock totalling more than $5,062,388 over the last four years and now owns 9,896 units of this stock.
He is one of the co-founders of Time Inc, an American magazine publishing company. Throughout his career he is best known for nurturing stars like Keyshia Cole, Missy Elliott and Jodeci into stardom.
Luce had many interests and convictions; one such conviction was Teilhard de Chardin’s mysticism of Christianity which made him immune to any theological debates.
Noel Busch claims that Luce delegated editorial duties to Briton Hadden while maintaining control of financial management for his corporation. His attitude toward his failing magazines mirrored that of Spartans towards their deformed children.