Christian Trial Lawyers

Christian Law Firm

The law office of Simmons and Fletcher, P.C., was founded with a commitment to serving personal injury victims and their families as we would serve our Lord.  “Christian trial lawyers” is not just a slogan. It is a very real attitude that is practiced every day in the personal injury law firm founded by Robert S. Simmons and Keith M. Fletcher. Robert S. Simmons began his law practice in 1971 and continues today as managing partner of Simmons and Fletcher, P.C., a law firm that has endured to help thousands of personal injury victims recover from relatively small claims to life-changing severe accidents and losses of loved ones.

Simmons and Fletcher, P.C. office entry panorama

Simmons and Fletcher, P.C. lobby at Christmas

There are over 70,000 lawyers in Texas to chose from. When clients are asked what sets this law firm apart, they often mention the concern our lawyers show for them as individuals and the quality of service we give to their legal problems. If you or a loved one has been injured due to another’s negligence, you want a lawyer who cares about you and your legal problem. We do. Contact the Christian lawyers at Simmons and Fletcher, P.C. today to learn how we can put our experience to work for you on your case.

Our Christian law firm is centered on our commitment to serving God by resolving personal injury cases for our clients in a prompt and caring manner, maximizing their recovery while modeling Christian attitudes and behaviors. This approach, combined with our experience and determination, makes us compassionate and skillful advocates for our clients.

We understand the challenges our clients are facing and are dedicated to giving each client the attention and help they need to get through this difficult time.

What We Mean By “Christian Trial Lawyers”

 

Meet our Attorneys

Please view the links below to learn more about our personal injury attorneys.

Or call us today at 800-298-0111. Our firm employs an exceptional team of  attorneys with more than 100 years combined legal practice experience, knowledge, and a wealth of accomplishments.

Our Founding Personal Injury Attorneys

founders Keith Fletcher and Bob SimmonsHouston personal injury attorneys Robert S. Simmons and Keith M. Fletcher joined forces with the common goal of achieving justice for people who found themselves at odds with heartless and powerful insurance companies and corporations after their clients and representative negligently caused injury to others. Keith and Robert also shared a not-so-common belief that justice can be fought for while still demonstrating the love, compassion and integrity of Jesus Christ. Keith  Fletcher passed away on August 11, 2019 after a brief battle with lymphoma. However, his mission–representing and serving people to the best of our ability with this utmost passion–is still the mission of Simmons and Fletcher, P.C. today.

 

Our Commitment to You

We help client after client and family after family navigate the legal process with personal attention, so they can move forward with their lives and their recovery. At Simmons and Fletcher,P.C. we do not take any payment for attorney’s fees unless we reach a settlement or verdict for you. Contact the Christian trial lawyers at our firm. Our office is located near the Memorial City Mall off I-10, near Beltway 8. If you cannot come to us, we will come to you. Why not call us for a free consultation today? 800-298-0111.

Author

Paul Cannon

Paul Cannon has practiced personal injury trial law since 1995. He is Board Certified in Personal Injury Trial Law (2005). He has earned recognition as a Super Lawyer by Thompson Reuters in 2017 & 2018, and as a Top 100 Trial Lawyer by the National Trial Lawyers Association in 2017. He is a Shareholder, trial lawyer and online marketing manager at Simmons and Fletcher, P.C. His legal writings have been published by the Texas Bar Journal, Business.com, Lawyer.com HG Legal Resources, Lawfirms.com, and others. He has been asked to give education talks and media interviews on dog bite law.