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.
Ryan Haun was confirmed to serve on the Texas Bar Foundation. Being nominated to the foundation means an attorney has a high level of dedication to justice and high standing among fellow attorneys. Haun’s commitment to serving in the role of both attorney and counselor at law is underscored by his recent nomination to this prestigious association.
Doug Mena is earning a collection of awards this year for his exemplary legal accomplishments.
Houstonia magazine recently released it’s latest list of Houston’s top lawyers. We are proud to announce that both of our attorneys were featured as two of the best lawyers in their fields. Ryan Haun was selected as one of only thirteen insurance attorneys to be recognized. Doug Mena was similarly selected as one of fourteen personal injury attorneys recognized.