What Does Board-Certified Mean?

Most attorneys in Texas are not board-certified in personal injury or civil trial law. Board certification shows that an attorney has substantial and relevant experience in a specific area of law, like personal injury, and that he or she has demonstrated that he or she has a special level of understanding and competence in personal injury or other area of law.

Board certification in personal injury and civil trial law means the attorney has passed a rigorous examination and has the requisite trial experience to be recognized by his or her peers as competent in each field of certification. To maintain board certification, lawyers must continue to be involved in their specialty as well as engage in enough continuing legal education to have knowledge of changes and trends in the law.

Experience And Knowledge Handling Personal Injury Cases

Founding attorney Preston Henrichson is board-certified in personal injury trial law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization since 1984. He has 45 years of experience handling complex personal injury claims in Texas.

Why should you work with a board-certified personal injury attorney? You deserve to have personal attention from a highly skilled and experienced lawyer who not only understands what you are going through but has the ability to address and resolve any issues that may arise in your case.

At the Law Offices of Preston Henrichson P.C. in Edinburg, you can trust that you are working with a highly skilled and experienced attorney who will effectively and efficiently address your needs.

To schedule a free initial consultation, please call our law firm at 956-513-0629 or contact us online.