Schouest, Bamdas, Soshea, & BenMaier P.L.L.C.
Before attending law school, Limor Ben-Maier worked for a solo practitioner, assisting with everything from client intake to litigation preparation. It was on the advice of that attorney that she attended Gonzaga University in Spokane, Washington, and began studying Admiralty Law, eventually earning her Master of Law degree in the area.
After graduating, Ms. Ben-Maier served as a federal court clerk, handling longshore claims, as well as Longshore and Harbor Workers’ Compensation claims, consumer protection, immigration visas and an influx of Defense Base Act cases. She has successfully prevailed on numerous appeals before the Benefits Review Board and the Fifth Circuit. She regularly handles claims brought before the Department of Labor’s Office of Administrative Law Judges.
Ms. Ben-Maier’s experience working with plaintiffs has served her well as a defense attorney, allowing her to see a case from all sides – especially when claims are exaggerated and overblown – as she advocates on behalf of her clients and holds opposing attorneys and clients accountable to what’s fair.