How to choose the best lawyer for my case?

Not all lawyers are equally qualified for your case. So ask the lawyer you are thinking about hiring, what are your credentials? How long have you been practicing law? Have you handled many cases like mine? Are you board certified in the area I need? Most importantly, have you been recognized by your peers (other lawyers and judges) for your legal ability. Some lawyers brag on TV about how great they are, but pay attention to what a lawyers peers say about the lawyer you are thinking about hiring.
Sometimes the lawyer you hire is not the lawyer who will work on your case. So ask, who exactly is going to be doing the majority of the legal work on my case? You don’t want to hire an attorney who you think is qualified only to later learn your case is being handled by some inexperienced junior lawyer.
Ron Salazar has been judged as “pre eminent” by his peers and is rated as “AV.” This is the highest rating a lawyer can receive. Ron Salazar has also been identified as a “Texas Super Lawyer” in Texas Monthly Magazine and “One of San Antonio’s Best Lawyers in San Antonio Scene Magazine.
Ron Salazar has been practicing law for 20 years. Call him at (210) 627-9000.