Benjamin H. Ruemke

Attorney Profile

Top Rated Personal Injury Attorney in Houston, TX

P&M Law
 | 3701 Kirby, Suite 530
Houston, TX 77098
Phone: 832-844-6428
Fax: 832-202-2018
Selected To Rising Stars: 2017, 2019 - 2020
Licensed Since: 2011
Practice Areas:
  • Personal Injury - General: Plaintiff (90%),
  • Class Action/Mass Torts: Plaintiff (10%)
Attorney Profile

Ben Ruemke is a Partner and Shareholder at Paranjpe & Mahadass LLP and runs P&M Law’s personal injury docket. Before becoming a partner at P&M, Ben worked for a national plaintiff litigation firm representing hundreds of clients in a variety of areas, including pharmaceutical litigation, labor law, human trafficking and personal injury.

Notably, Ben obtained judgments totaling over 2.2-million-dollars in a labor and human trafficking case and represented over 200 clients in a 2.4 billion dollar global settlement in a case against a pharmaceutical company for failure to warn. Ben's success in acquiring these types of judgments led to his decision to become a partner at P&M Law and head it's personal injury docket. His experience as a personal injury lawyer, as well as his ability to counsel clients throughout the difficult litigation process, make him an excellent asset to have in your corner.

In 2016, Texas Super Lawyers honored Ben by naming him a "Rising Star." Ben is also an active member of Houston Trial Lawyers Association, Texas Trial Lawyers Association, a founding member of the Phi Delta Phi Houston Barristers Inn, and has served four terms as Vice President of Social Events of the South Asian Bar Association of Houston. He is a member in good standing of the State Bar of Texas.

Ben grew up in Arlington, Virginia, graduated from high school in Biloxi, Mississippi, and moved to San Diego, California. He obtained a B.A. in History from the University of California, Los Angeles. While living in California, Ben was an active member of the Screen Actors Guild and performed in several movies and television shows.

Ben received his Juris Doctorate from South Texas College of Law, graduating Magna Cum Laude. While in law school, he was a member of South Texas Law Review, Order of the Lytae, and Phi Delta Phi Honors Society. He studied International Litigation and Arbitration and Human Rights Law at Charles University in the Czech Republic and Cross Cultural Negotiation in Malta. Ben has competed in the American Bar Association’s Regional Negotiation Tournament in Fayetteville, Arkansas, and in the International Chamber of Commerce Commercial Mediation Competition in Paris, France. Ben’s article "The Undermining of the Texas Jury System from Above" was published in the South Texas Law Review.

Practice Areas
Lawyer Practice Area Pie Chart

Personal Injury - General (90%): Motor Vehicle Accidents, Personal Injury - Plaintiff, Slip and Fall, Wrongful Death, Dram Shop Laws, Construction Accident, Brain Injury, Toxic Mold, Trucking Accidents, Premises Liability - Plaintiff

Class Action/Mass Torts (10%): Class Actions, Asbestos, Toxic Torts

Focus Areas

Motor Vehicle Accidents, Personal Injury - Plaintiff, Slip and Fall, Wrongful Death, Dram Shop Laws, Construction Accident, Brain Injury, Toxic Mold, Trucking Accidents, Premises Liability - Plaintiff, Class Actions, Asbestos, Toxic Torts


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Rising Stars: 2017, 2019 - 2020

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About Benjamin Ruemke

Admitted: 2011, Texas

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Bar/Professional Activity:

  • Benjamin Ruemke is the Vice President of Social Media for the Houston South Asian Bar Association (SABA)., 2013
  • Committe Member of Houston Trial Lawyers Association Continuing Legal Education Board, 2011
  • Member of the Texas Trial Lawyer Association (TTLA), 2011

Scholarly Lectures/Writings:

  • The Supreme Court of Texas has a history of controversy that has plagued its rulings with an appearance of bias. Some believe the court has taken it upon itself to effect tort reform through rulings favoring business defendants.  If true, the repercussions of this bias not only could unfairly disadvantage plaintiffs, but could also undermine the Texas jury system by rendering jury verdicts irrelevant. This Comment will focus on whether or not the Texas Supreme Court has overstepped its authority by using "no evidence rulings" to overturn jury verdicts and, if so, possible motivations for those findings. Part II of this Comment will discuss statistics of the Texas Supreme Court's rulings, Texas juries, the funding of Texas's partisan elections, and the new standard of review created by the court. Part III of this Comment will review jury verdicts the court has overturned through no evidence rulings by dismissing expert testimony and vague interpretations of precedent. In addition, Part III will promote a merit-based system of judicial selection., Author, The Undermining of the Texas Jury System From Above, South Texas Law Review 53 S. Tex. L. Rev. 631, 2012


  • Actos Litigation - Representation of over 200 clients in a 2.4 billion global settlement - mass tort case involving a pharmaceutical manufacturer’s failure to warn of adverse side effects on prescription medication, 2014
  • Obtained judgments totaling over 2.2 Million dollars in a Labor and Human Trafficking case. 
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Office Location for Benjamin H. Ruemke

3701 Kirby
Suite 530
Houston, TX 77098

Phone: 832-844-6428

Fax: 832-202-2018

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Last Updated: 10/10/2019

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