Sue E. West
Attorney at Law
Sue E. West, experienced personal injury attorney, earned her B.S. in Psychology from the University of Houston where she graduated with honors. Soon after, she enrolled in Law School and graduated from South Texas College of Law in 2001. She was admitted to the Texas State Bar in the same year. During her time in law school, in addition to continuing to work for a prominent Houston Personal Injury firm, she also worked in the South Texas Legal Clinic helping low-income individuals obtain Social Security benefits and helped individuals overcome obstacles pertaining to divorce.
Ms. West has been representing injured individuals since 1994. Her entire legal career has been focused on personal injury accidents including incidents involving:
- Automobile, motorcycle, and 18-wheeler accidents
- Dog bite accidents
- Drunk driver accidents
- Wrongful deaths
- Slip and fall accidents
- Hit and run accidents
- On the job injuries
Through her diligent efforts, Sue E. West has represented thousands of injured people. Her greatest reward in helping her clients get back on their feet and knowing that justice was served and an innocent victim did not have to suffer from someone else’s negligent actions without recourse. Helping people get back on their feet and moving past their accident is why personal injury attorney Sue E. West works as hard as she does.
Her endless commitment and passion to help her clients recover are one of the reasons she has been so successful in her legal career. She is motivated to have justice achieved in the personal injury arena, and she will continue to defend her clients until things are made right. Her contemporary way of thinking and compassion for her clients is the foundation of her success in the Personal Injury Arena.
Ms. West is a member of Texas Women Lawyers, the State Bar of Texas, the Houston Bar Association, American Bar Association, Association of Women Attorneys and National Association of Professional Women. She is licensed to practice law in all Texas State Courts and the Southern District Federal Court.