Simmons and Fletcher, PC

Christian Personal Injury Lawyers

Simmons and Fletcher, PC

9821 Katy Freeway
Suite 925

Houston, Texas 77024

Phone(713) 932-0777 or(800) 298-0111
Fax (713) 935-1410

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Law Firm Overview

Simmons and Fletcher, P.C. is a personal injury firm located in Houston and serving clients across the State of Texas.
We handle car accidents, 18 wheeler accidents, dog bites, workplace injuries, premises liability, product liability, serious injuries, nursing home negligence, and other personal injury claims. Serving victims of personal injuries since 1971, our legal team includes two trial lawyers who are certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in personal injury trial law.

When clients are asked what sets this law firm apart, they often mention the compassion our lawyers show for them as individuals and the quality of service we give to their legal difficulties. If you or a loved one has been injured due to someone else's negligence, you will want a lawyer who cares about you and your legal problem. We do.

Our practice is centered on our commitment to solving personal injury cases for our clients in a swift and caring manner, exploiting their recovery while honoring our personal standards of trustworthiness and respect. This approach, combined with our experience and resolve, makes us compassionate and skillful supporters for our clients.

We offer 100% free consultations and we don't charge you any attorney fees or litigation expenses unless we make a recovery for you.

Year this Office was Established: 1979

Languages: Spanish, English

Areas of Law

Additional Areas of Law: Dog Bite/Animal Attack; Brown Recluse Spider Bite; Drunk Driving Accident; Uninsured or Underinsured Motorist Claims; Railing and Balcony Accident; Amusement Park Accident; Carnival Ride Accident; Trip and Fall; Sports Injury; 18 Wheeler Accident; Explosion; Third-Party Injury Claim; Defective Vehicles; Defective Tires; Apartment Complex Injury; Swimming Pool Accident; Drowning; Negligent Security; Health Care Liability; Medical Negligence; Nursing Home Negligence; Hypoxic Brain Injury; Sepsis or Septic Shock; Cerebral Palsy; Brachial Plexus Injury; Cauda Aquina Injury; Coma; Gall Bladder Injury; Asphyxia from Umbilical Cord Wrap-Around; Ruptured Appendix; GDIF; Exsanguination (Bleeding Out); Chemical Exposure and Inhalation; Electrocution Injury; Scars; Loss of Limbs; Eye Injury.

Areas of Law Description

Our practice areas include:

- Auto Injury

Simmons and Fletcher will help you set up a claim with the adjusters and gather information for you; so that you can take the time that you need to deal with everything else. In the case that the other driver did not maintain insurance, we will ensure what your policy covers. Then we will assist you in any claims regarding the accident that we can.

- Work Injury

Our attorneys have the experience necessary to represent potential clients that have suffered an injury in the workplace. The 100 years combined legal and professional experience gives us the great advantages you will need going against the employers or insurance. Ready to provide you with comprehensive legal representation are two board certified personal injury lawyers.

-Truck Accidents

Keith Fletcher is a member of the Association of Plaintiff's Interstate Trucking Lawyers. Our firm has handled numerous 18 wheeler accident cases in Texas and other States including several million dollar settlements. We have the experience in trucking negligence involving bad brakes, excessive speed, failure to secure loads, failure to maintain the commercial motor vehicle, driver fatigue and other causes of truck accidents.

- Dog Bites

Paul H. Cannon has handled numerous dog bite and dog attack cases for victims across Texas. He has been the faculty speaker on the topic of dog bite law for Strafford Webinars and has been invited to give talks about the state of dog bite law in Texas.

- Maritime Law

We have practiced maritime law for the entire Gulf Coast region. Sometimes accidents happen on large boats or tankers especially when it seems like a dangerous job. These instances could be covered under the Jones Act, which was begun to protect the rights of seamen and any workers having employment on navigable waters.

- Premises Liability

This legal area covers any injury that could happen on a property and it is the owner’s responsibility. This can include anything from a commercial property or a single homeowner. Things that fall under these laws are apartment complex injuries, slip and falls, sports injuries and even carnival ride accidents.

- Product Liability

Over the years, there have been an increasing number of product liability cases. The products can be anything from medicines to children’s toys. Sometimes the product doesn’t cause an accident, it causes a wrongful death. It’s during these times that you want to be sure you have the right representation to prove your case.

- Medical Liability

Medical liability cases are especially heinous and it takes skilled attorneys like us to properly handle this situation. When you go to a doctor, you expect them to know their specialties and take care of you. But, that doesn’t always happen. Instead of sending you elsewhere they just improperly treat you, leaving you in a worse position than you were before.

- Serious Injury

A serious injury can occur anywhere and at any time. Unfortunately, there is no way to prepare for this. That’s why you need someone with enough skill to take care of you after it happens. Attorney’s that will be able to find the negligence of the other party and prove that the event was so catastrophic that you deserve compensation and future medical protection.


Paul Cannon Mr. Paul H. Cannon
Accident, Animal Bites, Back and Neck Injury, Bicycle Accident, Brain Injury

Keith Fletcher Mr. Keith M. Fletcher
Accident, Admiralty and Maritime, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Animal Bites, Arbitration

Christopher Fletcher Mr. Christopher K. Fletcher
Accident, Admiralty and Maritime, Animal Bites, Back and Neck Injury, Bicycle Accident

Robert Simmons Mr. Robert S. Simmons
Accident, Admiralty and Maritime, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Animal Bites, Arbitration

Sharon Simmons-Cantrell Ms. Sharon Simmons-Cantrell
Accident, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Animal Bites, Arbitration, Back and Neck Injury


Rebecca Todd Ms. Rebecca L. Todd
Accident, Animal Bites, Back and Neck Injury, Birth Injury, Brain Injury


  • Texas Trial Lawyers Association
  • Houston Trial Lawyers Association
  • Christian Trial Lawyers Association
  • Texas Board of Legal Specialization

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