“Thomas J. Henry Builds One of America’s Largest Personal Injury Law Firms” – Global Vision Magazine
SAN ANTONIO, TX (March 31, 2020) – San Antonio attorney Thomas J. Henry has been featured on the cover of the Spring 2020 edition of Global Vision, one of the leading magazines for business executives around the world.
In the issue, Global Vision conducted an in-depth feature of Thomas J. Henry and how he has built one of the largest personal injury law firms in America. Global Vision examined Thomas J. Henry’s courtroom successes, highlighting his ability to secure record-breaking verdicts and settlements, as well as his firm’s commitment to client satisfaction. The article states “Thomas J. Henry’s legal career has been defined by his commitment to his clients’ success and his unrelenting diligence and perseverance both inside and outside of the courtroom.”
In addition to his success as an attorney and business owner, Global Vision praised Thomas J. Henry for his rapid response to a series of earthquakes that devastated part of Puerto Rico earlier this year and made note of his ability to draw large national attention to charitable events like Austin Elevates – a one of a kind event organized and hosted by Thomas J. Henry which brought together artists (such as Alec Monopoly) and musical acts (including Kygo, Daddy Yankee and Da Baby) to benefit local not-for-profit organizations including SAFE Alliance, Superhero Kids and the St. David’s Foundation Community Fund.
Global Vision Magazine is quarterly publication with a world-wide circulation and a global audience. The magazine is focused on business, political, and social issues at an international scale and is distributed online and in print, including on popular airlines such as British Airways.
Thomas J. Henry is the founder and owner of Thomas J. Henry Law, one of the nation’s leading personal injury firms. For over 25 years, his 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.
Over the years Thomas J. Henry Law has built a reputation as a firm that gets results. Recent record-breaking verdicts include:
Outside of his work as an attorney, Thomas J. Henry is recognized as a generous philanthropist who is committed to helping those in need.
Thomas J. Henry is a loyal contributor to a number of causes, including the American Cancer Society, American Heart Association, American Red Cross, and the Special Olympics. Every October, the firm hosts “Bark in the Park,” a community event that raises thousands of dollars for local pet charities. Each November, the Thomas J. Henry Turkey Giveaway provides Thanksgiving turkeys to thousands of families in Texas. For two decades, Thomas J. Henry has helped families in need, the sick, the poor, and the disabled have Thanksgiving dinner.
In 2019, Thomas J. Henry organized and hosted Austin Elevates, a one of a kind event that brought together artists (such as Alec Monopoly) and musical acts (including Kygo, Daddy Yankee and Da Baby) to benefit local not-for-profit organizations including SAFE Alliance, Superhero Kids and the St. David’s Foundation Community Fund. The two-day event was funded by Thomas J. Henry and free for the public to attend.
Most recently, Thomas J. Henry partnered with other corporate entities in response to a series of catastrophic earthquakes that devastated the southwestern part of Puerto Rico. Thomas J. Henry quickly purchased 200 large tents, each able to hold 20 to 30 people, and dispatched them to affected areas of the island where they served as classrooms for children across all grade levels. These tents not only provided the children with a place to learn, but also a safe environment in which to spend their days as their parents and guardians navigated the complexities of the natural disaster.
Thomas J. Henry and his firm are committed to the well-being of their local and global communities and remain actively engaged in philanthropy programs supporting causes related to poverty, veterans, national disaster relief, education, animals, and the arts.