Every day, the Houston lawyers of Stevenson & Murray apply their deep case experience and extensive knowledge of the law to improving the lives of clients and their families.
Stevenson & Murray is a specialty litigation firm with an emphasis on complex and sophisticated personal injury law. While we consider virtually any type of injury case, our firm specializes in maritime and Jones Act claims, product liability, industrial and commercial accidents, catastrophic injury, and wrongful death claims.
We have particularly noteworthy successes representing clients whose cases involved maritime, oil rig and offshore accidents; refinery and plant explosions; aviation and commercial trucking accidents; and traumatic brain injuries.
John Stevenson Jr. founded our firm in 1987 to champion the rights of personal accident victims. His strong work ethic and uncommon skill in the courtroom brought many early successes against major insurance companies and large, multinational corporations, distinguishing John and his team as a leading personal injury litigation firm in Houston and along the Gulf Coast. More cases and victories followed, bringing the firm further litigation success in expanding practice areas. In 2005, Mark Murray joined the firm, and eventually the firm became Stevenson & Murray.
Today, the firm is acknowledged for its litigation skill and impressive results. With hard work and unwavering dedication to each case and family we represent, we are fortunate to have obtained many successes. Selective in our hiring, Stevenson & Murray demands that each lawyer not only possess skills critical to developing the facts of a case but also the persuasive skills necessary to winning at trial.
Our Houston lawyers are supported by a talented and well-trained team of paralegals, investigators and administrative staff who enhance our ability to succeed as well as an impressive network of subject-matter experts who help us build the strongest case. Together, we work each day to help our clients get the life-changing justice they deserve.