(Houston, TX) Mo Aziz, Partner at the Houston personal injury law firm of Abraham, Watkins, Nichols, Agosto, Aziz & Stogner, has been elected to Sustaining Life Fellow membership of the Texas Bar Foundation. All Sustaining Life Fellow donations go towards funding grants that improve the rule of law and the system of justice in Texas. Fellows membership is an honor reserved for the top one-third of one percent of attorneys in Texas and membership selection is based on outstanding professional achievements and commitment to the improvement of the justice system in Texas. Mr. Aziz’ election is a testament to his contributions to the legal profession.
Mr. Aziz has been practicing law at Abraham Watkins since 2006 and is board certified in Personal Injury Trial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. He handles a wide range of cases involving serious personal injury and business litigation and has obtained over $200 million in settlements and verdicts for his clients over the course of his legal career.
As a respected trial attorney across Texas, Mr. Aziz is repeatedly recognized for his successful client representation and significant contributions to the legal community. He has been selected to the Texas Super Lawyers list annually since 2013 and the Top 100: Houston Super Lawyers list since 2016. He was named to the Top 100: Texas Super Lawyers list in 2017, which is an honor that fewer than .002 of attorneys practicing in Texas receive. He is a member of the American Board of Trial Advocates, an invitation-only organization focused on improving the quality of the judicial system. Most recently, Mr. Aziz was honored by the South Asian Bar Association of Houston (SABAH Houston) with the Distinguished Member Award. Mr. Aziz is only the third attorney to receive this Award from SABA Houston.
Please join Abraham, Watkins, Nichols, Agosto, Aziz & Stogner in congratulating Mo Aziz on his recognition from the Texas Bar Foundation. To learn more about Mr. Aziz or to contact him, please email him or call 713-396-3964.