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(The Woodlands, TX January 12, 2022)– You have seen the billboards about attorneys urging immediate calls to help you get money for an injury sustained in a car accident or work-related injury. But to ensure you get effective representation, it is important to research attorneys before hiring them.

The best place to start is by checking for board certification. The Texas Board of Legal Specialization certifies attorneys in specific practice areas, including Personal Injury Trial Law, if they demonstrate expertise through experience and detailed written examinations. Unfortunately, only 3% of attorneys are board certified. When your life is changed by a devastating accident due to negligence of a vehicle accident, medical procedure, and unsafe public area, a sports accident due to unreliable equipment, or an unsafe work environment it is important to hold the responsible party accountable for medical bills, change of lifestyle, or loss of income.

Personal injury is defined as any accident, illness, or trauma that affects the physical or psychological wellbeing of an individual after the injury. The monetary award granted by courts is based on seriousness of the traumatic injury. A personal injury attorney can give an estimate of the claim based on their experience.

How do you know if a personal injury attorney is trustworthy and will provide you accurate information? Look for information from reviews and their accreditations on their website. Verify the accreditations with the business they came from to ensure they are still valid and have not been revoked. Ask friends who they may recommend, then make an appointment to speak to the recommended attorney. An experienced personal injury attorney will provide a free initial consultation with payment due through an agreement contingency fee based on award granted by courts. The attorney should have trial experience and be able to give an estimate of the court process pertinent to your specific claim.

Wham & Rogers, PLLC is a family-based local firm with attorneys Mark Wham, Rene Rogers, and Ryan Wham in The Woodlands, Texas. No one knows Montgomery County residents better than those that live here. Together they offer more than 60 years of combined legal experience assisting injured victims and bereaved families throughout the community. Mark Wham was board certified in personal injury in 1994 and is rated AV-Preeminent by Martindale-Hubbell's Attorney Peer Rating review, the highest possible rating as to both Legal Ability and Ethical Standards. He is one of the 1% of attorneys who is a Life Member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum and the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum.

Rene Rogers, wife of Mark Wham, has extensive jury trial experience in both commercial and personal injury cases as well as business litigation, deceptive trade practices, real estate litigation. She has also rated AV-Preeminent by Martindale-Hubbell's Attorney Peer Rating review for over 20 years.

Rene and Mark are parents to Ryan who is an associate of the firm and a graduate of the university of Texas Law School. Prior to joining the family firm Ryan Wham worked at one of the world’s largest law firms litigating complex disputes both in U.S. Courts and international arbitration.

"I’m excited to join the firm, both for the opportunity to practice with my parents and to move from representing corporations to helping individuals and small businesses’, said Ryan Wham.

Rene is glad to have Ryan working the family business.  "We are so excited to have Ryan return to The Woodlands to join our firm. He has been a real asset to our practice."  

Wham & Rogers values individuals as if they were family with a focus on detail and commitment to caring outcomes. Legal action is about making change to prevent further damage to others while demanding accountability. Wham & Rogers have a proven track record of getting momentous results for clients and families. No matter how challenging the case may be, they have the tenacity and competence to get the results needed for a better life in the future. Get a free consultation by calling (832) 592-1108, text (832) 413-1428 or go online to to learn more. “Wham & Rogers for the justice you deserve”

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