RGVision Sponsor Insight
With such a highly competitive field in the Rio Grande Valley, there is no shortage of attorneys in our region, or the state of Texas for that matter. According to the 2015-16 State Bar of Texas Membership: Attorney Statistical Profile, there are 87,957 active members of the State Bar of Texas practicing in the state. And the numbers have only grown since then. With such high numbers and myriad options of lawyers to choose from, how can you know who to trust to help you right the wrong against you and bring forth justice? It is imperative to find a dedicated attorney who is not only licensed, but bears the ideal combination of years of experience, focus and expertise, a history of high case success rates, and reliability. It is their duty to not only fairly represent you, but protect you and advocate for you. A great way to gauge the lawyer your are considering to hire is speaking to their previous clients and learning about their experience with them. More importantly, schedule a consultation with the lawyer and meet them in person, asking about their background and if they have received any awards or accolades. This will give you the opportunity to feel out if this attorney will listen to your needs. You should feel comfortable around who you are considering to hire. It is of utmost importance that you feel you can trust the lawyer that represents you.
We found the top rated attorneys in the area to serve your legal needs by category: Jesse Gonzalez of J. Gonzalez Law Firm for personal injury cases; Rene A. Flores of the Law Office of Rene A. Flores for DWI/DUI cases; Alex Martinez of the Law Office of Alex Martinez for immigration cases; Armando Marroquin of Marroquin Law Firm PLLC for criminal defense cases; Ryan C. Solis of the Law Office of Ryan C. Solis, PLLC; and Efrain Molinas and Pablo Garza for HOA dispute cases. We based our system on the following criteria: honesty, experience, accomplishments, advocacy and results. Even if you don’t find yourself in a legal bind, you’ll want to keep this list handy for potential future needs.