Rosen & Rosen Law Firm
have been licensed to practice law for at least five years;
have devoted a required percentage of practice to personal injury trial law for at least three years;
have handled a wide variety of personal injury trial law matters to demonstrate experience and involvement;
have attended personal injury trial law continuing education seminars regularly to keep legal training up to date;
have been evaluated by fellow lawyers and judges;
have passed a day-long written examination.
Board certification in Texas is a program by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization recognizing attorneys who demonstrate expertise in a specific area of practice. Achieving and maintaining Texas Board Certification is an ardous task and a true achievement. Less than 10% of all Texas Attorneys are board certified in any area of specialization; and only 2% of all Texas Attorneys are board certified in personal injury trial law. Paul B. Rosen is Board Certified in personal injury trial law.
An attorney who is Board Certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in Personal Injury Trial Law must have handled jury trials dealing with matters such as vehicle accidents, worker’s compensation, premises liability, products liability, statutory tort claims, maritime accidents, or social security claims which involve a physical or mental injury to a person. The attorney must also have extensive knowledge of the law of evidence, procedure, and other substantive law involved in the trial of personal injury cases.
There are many requirements to become a Board Certified lawyer in Texas. To achieve certification an attorney must demonstrate he has handled a wide variety of matters in his specialty to establish the proficiency and experience the Texas Board of Legal Specialization requires. A board certified attorney must be evaluated by fellow lawyers and judges to ensure this proficiency. Moreover, all applicants must pass an arduous day long written examination. Additionally, to maintain board certification, the attorney must attend continuing education seminars regularly pertaining to his specialty, many hours over and above the standard requirements of a non-board certified attorney. Re-certification must be achieved every 5 years in accordance with rules and requirements of the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. Paul B. Rosen is board certified in personal injury trial law.