Attorneys Robert B. Waltman and Lynn A. Grisham, name partners in College Station’s Waltman & Grisham, have been named to the 2004 list of Texas Super Lawyers.
To compile the list of honorees, more than 70,000 attorneys throughout Texas were asked to nominate the state’s top lawyers. The final list was chosen by a panel of attorneys selected by Super Lawyers editors, and appears in the October 2004 issue of Texas Monthly magazine and Texas Super Lawyers magazine, an annual publication from Law & Politics Media Inc.
“This is a tremendous honor,” says Mr. Waltman, who was selected as a Super Lawyer for the second consecutive year. “To know that our colleagues view our work so highly is quite a compliment.”
“For both Rob and me to make the list is wonderful,” says Mr. Grisham. “This shows that other attorneys recognize the good work we do for our clients.”
Mr. Waltman is a graduate of Texas A&M University and the Texas Tech University School of Law. He maintains an aggressive personal injury practice that emphasizes claims involving dangerous products, workplace safety and motor vehicle crashes. He is certified in Personal Injury Trial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.
Mr. Grisham is a graduate of Texas A&M University and the Texas Tech University School of Law. His practice focuses on representation of victims of wrongful serious injury or death as a result of oil field-related fires and explosions, defective products and defective automobiles and recreational vehicles. He is Board Certified in Personal Injury Trial Law and Civil Trial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.
Waltman & Grisham has been recognized for more than 20 years as one of Texas’ premier litigation firms, with documented wins against some of the world’s largest corporations. Their wins include multimillion-dollar recoveries for clients involved in oil-field injuries, heavy truck accidents, premises liability, defective child safety seats, vehicle rollovers and medical neglect. Waltman & Grisham has the demonstrated ability to handle the some of country’s toughest cases time after time.