Meet Attorney Ben Hoover
A lifelong Texan standing up for people in Wichita Falls and Lawton
Born in Paradise, (pop. 550) Ben Hoover is a lifelong Texan. For attorney Hoover, every case is personal because he knows the community personally.
That’s not bluster. Ben is active in many local arenas and has been making positive contributions here for years. He has built a winning reputation for really connecting with his clients and going to any length to get them the money they deserve after an accident.
Ben was the first in his family to pursue law, discovering in college that this was his path. He spent years as a prosecutor but realized that he wanted to directly help more people. Now he fights for accident victim rights.
If you are familiar with Wichita County or the surrounding area, you may have already met Ben or read one of his articles in the local paper. Ben's past and present civic and community roles include:
- Felony prosecutor for the Wichita County District Attorney’s Office
- Wichita Falls City Councilman
- Criminal Justice Adjunct Professor at Midwestern State University
- Guest lecturer at Howard Payne University
- Coach for youth basketball and baseball teams
A licensed attorney in Texas and Oklahoma, Ben understands how our justice system works. You can count on his experience and resources to pursue maximum compensation for your claim.
When Ben isn’t hammering away at insurance companies, he is spending time outside with his wife and three children, tossing a football, shooting baskets, or planning a camping trip.
If you were injured due to someone else’s negligence, contact us to find out how attorney Hoover can help you.
- Howard Payne University (B.S. 2003)
- Texas Tech University School of Law (J.D. 2006)
- U.S. District Court, Northern District of Texas
- U.S. District Court, Western District of Oklahoma
- State Bar of Texas
- Wichita County Bar Association
- National Trial Lawyers, Top 100
- National Trial Lawyers, Top 40 Under 40
- National Association of Distinguished Counsel, Top One Percent
- American Association for Justice
- Texas Bar Foundation
- ElderCounsel Member
- Litigation Counsel of America Fellow
- “Three’s the Key … But You’ll Need More” The Texas Prosecutor, Volume 42, Number 1; Jan.-Feb. 2012
- “What Lies Beneath” The Texas Prosecutor, Volume 40, No. 5; Sept.-Oct. 2010
- “A Stormy Childhood, Now Calm” The Texas Prosecutor, Volume 39, No. 6; Nov.-Dec. 2009
- “Battling Gang Violence” The Texas Prosecutor, Volume 37, No. 5; Sept.-Oct. 2007