Arthur Schechter, a founding partner of Schechter, Shaffer & Harris, L.L.P., Accident & Injury Lawyers was recently featured in both the Houston Chronicle and The New York Times in conjunction with fundraising efforts for Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton.

The Oct. 23 Houston Chronicle article noted that Schechter, former ambassador to the Bahamas appointed by President Bill Clinton, hosted the first “Ready for Hillary” fundraiser in the state, at his Houston home. The national grass-roots movement on behalf of the former secretary of state began in April and has attracted more than a million supporters and 20,000 donors.

Schechter was also quoted in an Oct. 21 New York Times article about fundraising efforts in New York.

“The Clintons have a way of making people feel like they’re part of something and important to what’s going on,” he said in the article.

Arthur Schechter is a Houston personal injury lawyer and mediator who has been practicing law since 1964. He has represented many individual seamen, both from the United States and around the world, as well as many local and international seaman’s unions.

As an attorney, Schechter’s practice is 100% devoted to litigation. He has helped thousands of clients over the years to recover much-needed funds to restart their lives after accident injuries. He’s been named a Texas Super Lawyer by Texas Monthly magazine and one of Houston’s Top Lawyers for the People by H Texas magazine.