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About Our Firm

Doug Mena and Ryan Haun have known each other for decades and formed Haun Mena with one value in mind – to be different. We treat your case the same, whether it is big or small.  That means that your case will never be passed off to an inexperienced associate. You get partner level service and experience, all of the time.

 

When you hire Haun Mena, you can rest assured that we will take the burden of your case off your shoulders.  Part of that burden is cost – we will NEVER charge you a penny for our time.  If we lose, we pay all the bills and take all of the risk.  We ONLY get paid if we get results for you.

Our Approach

The nature of hiring a lawyer is that you need help with a problem.  But problem-solving starts with a conversation.  WE will listen to your concerns and answer your questions personally.  Whether it’s at our office or we come to you, your initial meeting is always free, and it will never cost you anything to talk to your lawyer.

As your case progresses, we will work with you personally to solve your legal problems, whether you have an injury or an insurance claim, we want to help you navigate the complex legal world and solve your problem efficiently and effectively.

Latest Articles

Ryan Haun

Our Technology is Rapidly Becoming a Critical Survival Tool

2017 was a year that brought with it deadly natural disasters from forest fires that consumed residential, commercial, and agricultural land to torrential rains, winds, and monumental flooding that devastated homes, neighborhoods, and government buildings. With each disaster, it has become progressively more evident that technological resources have secured ones’ survival. Whether as an individual or as an emergency responder, technology is now, more than ever before, coming to our rescue.
Doug Mena

Plants and Refineries are Often Hosts for Employee Injuries

Day after day, shift after shift, plant and refinery workers clock-in to sites that may be populated with hazardous materials, stressed production schedules, and an overly-tired workforce. Couple those factors with failed equipment, chemical spills or hazardous acts of Mother Nature, and the formula for accidents and irreparable damage is complete.

Lost Evidence Due to Harvey Flooding

Many citizens did not consider the losses that would be incurred by the courthouses in the community. The Courthouse Annex on Cypresswood in northwest Harris County flooded in Harvey’s torrential rains, leaving 3 to 4 feet of water and destroying much of what was inside. That water also flooded the property room, which contained 15,000 pieces of evidence and all of which, Precinct 4 Constable Mark Herman. Of that collection, he said some evidence is now missing or was damaged.