The law can be a powerful tool for protecting the rights of all citizens. Whether it involves helping injury victims to get the compensation they need, assisting entrepreneurs in setting up a new company, or ensuring that the civil rights which we enjoy as citizens are fully upheld for all individuals, the protection of the law can make an enormous difference in a variety of circumstances.
At Potter Bledsoe, we understand how profoundly the consequences of legal action can impact a person’s life. Therefore, we are committed to providing all of our clients with the dedicated, experienced representation they deserve, whatever their legal needs may be.
If you need assistance, we are prepared to help with a wide range of legal needs. Contact Potter Bledsoe today by calling our offices at (800) 480-1405 to speak with an experienced attorney.(800) 480-1405
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If you’re looking to form a new business, need help reviewing contracts, or need a lawyer to represent you in court, we are ready to help.
When you have suffered an injury, you need the assistance of an experienced attorney to help you fight for compensation and justice.
Employers should respect their employees’ rights under the law. When they don’t, we are here to help.
We will do whatever it takes to ensure that your rights and privileges as an American are fully upheld.
Harry helped my father with his will, power of attorney and other documents. He took the time to meticulously explain every aspect of all the documents my father was signing and made sure he fully understood all the details. Harry’s sincere professionalism is a rare commodity for any profession, but essential for an attorney.
Harry Potter attended the University of Texas as an undergraduate, obtaining his Bachelor of Arts degree in 1985, before entering the University of Texas School of Law, where he obtained his Juris Doctorate in 1987.
For ten years, he served in the Texas Attorney General’s Office, as Assistant Attorney General, Deputy Division Chief of the General Litigation Division, and later as Special Assistant Attorney General.
Gary Bledsoe attended the University of Texas, graduating with honors in 1973, before earning his Doctorate of Jurisprudence from the University of Texas School of Law, where he was president of the Class of 1976.
Gary has served as the President of the Texas NAACP, as well as a member of the NAACP’s National Board since 2003. He is currently Chair of the National Criminal Justice Committee of the NAACP.