Top Rated Personal Injury Attorney in Houston, TX
Lamar DeLong is a personal injury attorney at Zehl & Associates Injury & Accident Lawyers in Houston, Texas. Mr. DeLong handles personal injury actions involving bus accidents, offshore accidents, oil field accidents, refinery explosions, truck accidents, workplace accidents and other catastrophic injuries caused by negligence. He serves a client base throughout the Houston metropolitan area.
Born and raised in Texas, Mr. DeLong earned bachelor’s degrees in government and Spanish from The University of Texas at Austin. While pursuing his degrees, he served as a legislative aid for two state legislative sessions.
From there, Mr. DeLong went on to graduate with honors from South Texas College of Law Houston, where he participated in the Student Bar Association, the Corporate Counsel Review and the Board of Advocates. He was also the recipient of an academic award for legal research and writing. After obtaining his law degree, he passed the Texas bar examination and received his license to practice law before all Texas state courts.
Prior to joining Zehl & Associates Injury & Accident Lawyers, Mr. DeLong developed his legal experience by working for an established Houston personal injury firm. As a personal injury attorney, he provides committed and personal representation, using his remarkable negotiation skills and litigation experience to protect the rights of his clients and obtain the best possible outcome for their situation.
Outside of his law practice, Mr. DeLong stays involved in the legal community through participation in professional organizations. He is an active member of the Houston Bar Association and the Texas Trial Lawyers Association.
About Lamar Delong
First Admitted: 2016, Texas
Professional Webpage: https://www.zehllaw.com/texas-trial-lawyers/lamar-delong/
- CALI Award: Legal Research and Writing, South Texas College of Law
- Houston Bar Association
- Texas Trial Lawyers Association
- University of Texas - Austin, B.A. — Government and Spanish
Last Updated: 5/15/2022