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Terry Bryant Accident and Injury Law Firm Receives the 2021 BBB Pinnacle Award for Excellence

HOUSTON, TX, October 14, 2021 /24-7PressRelease/ — The 2021 Better Business Bureau Pinnacle Award for Excellence was awarded to Terry Bryant Accident & Injury Law.

The BBB Awards for Excellence program was established in 1992 in partnership with the University of Houston Bauer College of Business Administration for the purpose of recognizing businesses in the Greater Houston area for their achievements and commitment to overall excellence and quality in the workplace.

Applications are judged by volunteers with the Silver Fox Advisors, a group of former business owners, entrepreneurs, and CEOs dedicated to sharing their knowledge and skills, and applicants are scored by a minimum of two different judges.

When asked what this achievement means to his firm, Terry Bryant said, “It’s an incredible honor to be recognized by the BBB and given this award. It doesn’t recognize just me, but the whole team at my firm. We work very hard to get the best results we can for our clients.”

Terry Bryant Accident & Injury Law has been fighting for injured victims’ rights since 1985 and has gained a strong reputation in the community as a trusted and experienced legal team in the personal injury field.

Terry Bryant opened his law firm as a sole practitioner with one goal in mind — to help people who have been seriously injured. Over the years, he and his team have helped victims of personal injury and disasters, including maritime injuries, car crashes, explosions, and the loss of loved ones caused by the negligence of others.

“We devote our firm’s full resources to help ensure that our clients’ personal injury claims are successful,” said Bryant. “We also take our role as ‘second responders’ very seriously, and this means working round the clock to be there for injury victims when they need us most.”

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