Ben Martin Law Group Attorney Jessica Murray Earns Texas Rising Stars Selection
Elite Super Lawyers list highlights the best newer lawyers in the state
HOUSTON – Jessica Murray, a lawyer with the Ben Martin Law Group in Dallas, has been named to the prestigious 2023 Texas Rising Stars legal guide by Super Lawyers. Attorneys who earn a place on this list must be 40 years of age or younger or have been practicing law for less than 10 years.
“Jessica is a top-notch lawyer and a real champion for her clients,” said firm founder Ben C. Martin. “We are so pleased to see her being honored for doing consistently excellent work. She deserves it.”
Rising Stars are chosen based on a rigorous process of peer review and independent research and are considered among the legal community’s crème de la crème. Just 2.5% of young lawyers make the cut, and this is the fifth time Murray has been selected for her civil litigation work.
“It is honestly humbling to be recognized by your peers in the legal profession like this,” said Ms. Murray. “I’m just doing my best to help my clients achieve the best-possible outcomes in their cases, so this is especially sweet.”
Murray currently focuses her practice on helping clients harmed by unsafe pharmaceuticals and medical devices. She holds active memberships in several professional organizations, including The National Trial Lawyers Top 40 Under 40, American Association for Justice, Dallas Trial Lawyers Association, Dallas Bar Association, Dallas Women Lawyers Association, Junior League of Dallas, State Bar of Texas, Mississippi Bar Association and Mississippi Association of Justice.
The full list of this year’s honorees will appear in the upcoming Texas Rising Stars edition of Super Lawyers magazine and at https://www.superlawyers.com/. Super Lawyers, a Thomson Reuters company, is an internationally recognized ratings service that profiles outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas.
The attorneys of the Ben Martin Law Group have helped thousands of victims of accidents and injuries caused by catastrophic vehicular and trucking accidents, oil field explosions, medical and hospital negligence, medical device and pharmaceutical design defects, and personal injuries caused by negligence and gross negligence.