Hornsby Bend, Texas Insurance Defense Lawyers
Louis Leichter completed his Bachelor's at Vassar College, his Masters at Florida International University, and then completed his JD at Drake University. Prior to starting a private practice, he prosecuted criminal cases as an Assistant County Attorney for Travis County, Texas. After gaining experience, he opened Leichter Law Firm PC and practices administrative, health and criminal law with a focus in the area of licensure and license defense. He advises clients on disciplinary conduct allegations and helps clients get registered for their profession. He is also a member of TAAP, NAADAC, Sustainers Council, Austin Criminal Defense Lawyers Association,...
Philip Robert Brinson is an experienced trial lawyer who possesses unique skills derived from experience outside of the legal fields that have made him not only a trusted advocate for his clients, but also a formidable adversary in the courtroom. Mr. Brinson has extensive legal experience in a variety of practice areas, including hospitality and dram shop, entertainment, premises liability, products liability, professional liability, employment, oil field services, and business and commercial litigation. Mr. Brinson has litigation experience on both sides of the docket in handling infringement actions in copyright and trademark actions in the entertainment and hospitality industries, including...
(713) 490-4834 1900 W. Loop S.
Houston, TX 77027
Houston, TX 77027
John D. Pringle, P.C., is a full-service, general civil practice firm with a concentration in administrative law. The firm is duly organized under the laws of the State of Texas, is centrally located in Austin, Texas and provides state-wide representation. John D. Pringle’s practice emphasizes defense of administrative violation allegations, alcoholic beverage law, health care law, insurance defense, and workers' compensation among others. John D. Pringle represents individuals and businesses before state agencies, the State Office of Administrative Hearings, county courts, districts courts, and appellate courts of the State of Texas.