Benjamin (“Ben”) Trotter focuses his practice on protecting consumers’ rights throughout the State of Texas when they are sued by debt collectors and creditors to collect past due bills. He provides his clients an affordable, aggressive, and targeted defense against debt collectors, credit card companies, and lenders, and other creditors.
During law school, Ben was a Dean’s Scholarship Recipient, selected as a member of the prestigious law fraternity Phi Delta Phi, and a was included on the Dean’s List. As a law student, Ben clerked for three different law firms in San Antonio as well as the United States Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Texas.
Before attending law school, Ben worked as a Legislative Aide in the Texas State House of Representatives for the Honorable David Farabee, and he worked on multiple statewide and local political campaigns. Ben graduated from The University of Texas at Austin where he served in various leadership positions and campus organizations; he was also a member of the Texas Cowboys service organization.
Ben spends his free time with his wife, Lauren, their son Townes, and their rescue dog Anna. When he is not in the office, you can usually find Ben on the golf course, cheering on the Longhorns at Darrell K. Royal Memorial Stadium, or watching one of his other favorite teams.
- University of Texas, Bachelor of Arts (Political Science)
- St. May’s School of Law, Juris Doctor
State Bar Admissions
Federal Court Admissions
- U.S. District Court, Western District of Texas