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Rush & Gransee, L.C. is proud to announce that founding member, Robert L. Rush, has been honored once again as a Texas Super Lawyer for 2014, published in Texas Monthly Magazine and Texas Super Lawyers Magazine. This is the 5th year in a row Mr. Rush has been selected to receive this distinction. Less than 5% of the lawyers in Texas are awarded this honor.

Super Lawyers recognizes outstanding lawyers who have attained both peer recognition and high professional achievement. The selection is based on independent research, peer nominations and evaluations. Super Lawyers selects attorneys using a patented process. Peer nominations and evaluations are combined with third party research. Every candidate is evaluated on 12 separate indicators of peer recognition and professional achievement. Selections are made on an annual basis.

Congratulations, Mr. Rush.

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The law firm of Rush & Gransee, L.C. would like to once again congratulate Robert L. Rush for being named a “Texas Super Lawyer” as published in Texas Monthly magazine and Texas Super Lawyers magazine. The Texas Super Lawyers designation is awarded to only 5% of the lawyers in the state, and the selection process includes nominations by peers in the profession, a blue ribbon panel review of the candidate, as well as independent research on the candidate.

Mr. Rush has been recognized for the last 7 years in the Scene in SA publication recognizing the Best Lawyers in San Antonio (also a recognition conferred by his peers in the profession), and this year marks the second time Mr. Rush has been honored with the distinction of being named a statewide, Texas Super Lawyer. Mr. Rush is also a life member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum and the Multi-million Dollar Advocates Forum (2008-present), and was conferred membership in the American Board of Trial Advocates (2003-present). He has been Board Certified in Civil Trial Law by the National Board of Legal Specialty Certification since 1999.

For over 20 years, Mr. Rush has maintained a statewide practice handling serious personal injury cases, including18-wheeler tractor-trailer wrecks, other trucking accidents, medical malpractice cases, and cases involving defective products. Mr. Rush has also handled cases in the United States District Courts in California and Arizona, and is expanding his practice to help seriously injured victims and their families in other states as well.

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The San Antonio legal community lost one of its most respected members this week. Judge Andy Mireles died on December 15, 2009. May he rest in Peace.

Judge Mireles started his career as a personal injury lawyer, fighting for the rights of victims of negligent employers and those that caused needless injury and harm to others. Early in his career he became respected by lawyers and judges in the community as a tenacious opponent. His ethical standards were above reproach, and he soon became regarded as one of the leading lawyers in San Antonio. His dedication to this city was exemplified by his first effort at elected office – Trustee of the San Antonio Independent School District Board. He championed the cause of education and of providing a future for young men and women.

Once he was elected Judge of the 73rd Judicial District Court, he continued to speak out – and act in the best interests – regarding young people. He is considered to have been one of the pioneers of the juvenile justice system in Bexar County. As a judge presiding over civil trials, he always expected lawyers to be prepared and ready. He would always ask lawyers about recent case law that might affect the current argument under discussion, in order to be sure that his rulings were in line with the law. He was also a fierce believer in the fact that the courthouse is a public place and that citizens, acting in their role as jurors, fulfilled the constitutional mandate of our forefathers.