Thomas J. Henry Announces $10,000 Retention Bonus Program to Recognize Attorney Commitment
SAN ANTONIO, TX (October 26, 2023) – Thomas J. Henry Law, the largest personal injury plaintiff’s firm in Texas, has announced a new retention bonus that will award a $10,000 bonus to our Litigation Intake Associate Attorney positions.
The Thomas J. Henry Retention Bonus Program was developed to reward commitment as well as to enhance retention and bolster morale
Firm founder, Thomas J. Henry, has worked diligently to ensure his firm attracts the top legal talent in the nation. Part of this effort has included developing a comprehensive benefits package that rewards attorneys for their success and demonstrates the firm’s investment in each attorney’s overall health and future.
The Thomas J. Henry Retention Bonus Program is the latest addition to this industry-leading benefits package and recognizes attorneys’ commitment not only to the firm but also to the clients the firm represents.
“The success of our clients is built on the talent, dedication, and loyalty of our attorneys,” said Thomas J. Henry. “The Thomas J. Henry Retention Bonus Program is just one more way my firm is able to acknowledge and award each attorney’s contributions.”
About Thomas J. Henry
Thomas J. Henry is the founder and owner of Thomas J. Henry Law, PLLC, one of the nation’s leading personal injury firms. For nearly 30 years, the firm has fought to secure justice and compensation for individuals who have lost loved ones due to the negligence of others and to prevent similar instances of wrongful death from occurring again.
Thomas J. Henry has been named a lifetime member of the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum, a Top 100 Trial Lawyer by the National Trial Lawyers, and a lifetime charter member of Rue Ratings’ Best Attorneys of America.
Thomas J. Henry has built his success on helping injured people across Texas, the United States, and the world. The success he has achieved as an attorney allows him and his firm to help those struggling with poverty, natural disasters, access to education, and political repression and violence.