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About John A. Davis Jr.
- Personal Injury 30%
- Medical Malpractice 60%
- Other Civil Practice 10%
- Sakher Hijazi v. Little Super Food Market ,(269th District Court, Harris County 1987)
- Charlie Lovejoy v. the City of Houston ,(190th District Court, Harris County 1987)
- Patricia Barlow v. Raymond Reid, D.M.D ,(11th District Court, Harris County 1987)
- Franklin Moore v. B.K. Rao, M.D ,(District Court, Harris County 1990)
- Loyd Fore v. Alimak Elevator ,(281st District Court, Harris County 1992)
- Pat Cook, et al v. Phillips Petroleum Company ,(151st District Court 1995)
- Hoks, et al v Balboa Apartments ,(189th Judicial District Court, Harris County )
- Larry Parker v. Hoechst Celanese ,(215th Judicial District Court, Harris County 1998)
- Warren Landry v. Fina Oil and Chemical ,(State District Court, Howard County 1999)
- Carol Arce v. Umphrey, Reaud, Williams, Bailey and Burrow
- Evangelos Economou et al v. Welton Hill, M.D. ,(State District Court, Austin County )
- Herbert Broussard v. Shelton Smith (2003)
- Greg Hugonnett v. Frontier Adjustors (2007)
- Sabrina Horning v. Arun Sharma ,(127th District Court, Harris County 2008)
- Texas, 1981
- U.S. District Court Southern District of Texas
- U.S. District Court Eastern District of Texas
- U.S. Court of Appeals 5th Circuit
Classes and Seminars
- Basic Civil Trial Advocacy, University of Houston Law School, 1987 - 2000
- Advanced Civil Trial Advocacy, University of Houston Law School, 1993 - 1995
Pro Bono Activities
- Mediator Training; Attorney's Mediator Institute, Fall 1998
- Wyckoff, Russell, Dunn & Frazier, Associate Attorney, 1981 - 1982
- Friedman & Chaffin, P.C., Associate Attorney, 1982 - 1983
- Dadinis & Davis, Partner, 1983 - 1984
- John A. Davis, Jr., PC, Attorney & Counselor at Law, 1984 - 1988
- Davis & Ryan, Partner, 1988 - 1989
- John A. Davis, Jr., PC, Owner, 1989 - 1993
- Hill & McMath, a/k/a Davis, Hill & McMath, Partner, 1993 - 1995
- South Texas College of Law, Houston, Texas, May, 1981
Honors: magna cum laude
Honors: Top 10 in class
- Lamar University, Beaumont, Texas, 1978
Honors: cum laude
Fraternities and Sororities
- Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity
Offers Free Initial Consultation
440 Louisiana St.Suite 1850 Houston, TX 77002- 1638
Monday-Friday: 9am-5pm; Saturday-Sunday: Closed
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