Houston Personal Injury Lawyer Ben Bronston Selected as "Top Lawyer" in New Orleans

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Ben Bronston, a personal injury lawyer and founder of Houston-based personal injury firm Ben Bronston & Associates, was named "Top Lawyer" by New Orleans Magazine. The honor is significant because it shows his commitment to his New Orleans clients, Bronston said.

"This is quite an honor for me," said Ben Bronston, Houston personal injury lawyer.

Ben Bronston, founder of Houston, Texas-based personal injury law firm Ben Bronston & Associates, received special recognition as a "Top Lawyer" from New Orleans Magazine (New Orleans Magazine, Vol. 44, Issue 2).

"This is quite an honor for me," said Bronston, who is licensed in both Texas and Louisiana. "The fact that I’ve been selected as a 'Top Lawyer' in the New Orleans area signals that my constant effort to deliver excellent results for my personal injury clients, not only in Houston, Texas where my main office is located, but also in New Orleans and throughout Louisiana, has paid off. It is truly gratifying to be recognized in this way."

New Orleans Magazine conducts a survey of licensed attorneys in New Orleans, allowing each to recommend his or her colleagues for the honor. Attorneys with the highest number of votes from their colleagues in each specialty are included in the list.

Bronston has also been honored with an "AV" rating from Martindale Hubbell, representing the highest level of skill and ethics.

Ben Bronston is a Houston personal injury lawyer who has practiced law throughout Texas and Louisiana for more than 20 years. He represents individuals who have been involved in auto accidents, truck accidents and motorcycle accidents, as well as persons who have experienced serious injuries or wrongful death due to the negligence of others. Ben Bronston handles cases throughout Houston, including but not limited to Bellaire, Baytown, Katy, Tomball and other surrounding areas, as well as in New Orleans and throughout Louisiana.

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