Clayton Rawlings-Houston Personal Injury Lawyer

Clayton Rawlings

Hampton & Rawlings: Rawlings Clay

(713) 520-7701

5020 Montrose Blvd
Houston , TX 77006

Monday to Friday 9:00AM-5:00PM

Saturday-Sunday Closed

Clayton Rawlings

Hampton & Rawlings: Rawlings Clay

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Firm Summary

I have limited my practice to representing people who have been injured due to the negligence of corporations or individuals.

I screen my cases very closely so I have a small caseload, which allows me to give individual attention to each client. My greatest satisfaction is successfully representing injured individuals against huge corporations.

I generally handle these matters on a contingency fee basis so the client only pays me attorney fees if I recover for them.

I will gladly sit down with  a prospective client and visit with them about their case without charging an initial consultation fee. We take great pride in only charging legal fees if we truly help the client.

Partner since 1986

Areas of Practice:
85% Personal Injury
15% Criminal Defense

100% of Practice Devoted to Litigation

1981 – Texas State Bar

Fluent in Spanish

1973 – Clear Lake High School
1977 – University of Texas, B.A. Major in Psychology
1981 – University of Houston Law School, J.D.

Past Positions:
1981 – 1985 – Assistant District Attorney, Harris County, Texas
1980 – District Attorneys Office, Harris County, Texas, Student
1979 – 1980- Shell Oil Company, Law Clerk

Classes/Seminars Attended:
01/1999 – Evidence and Discovery: A New Ball Game, University of Houston Law Foundation

12/1998 – Discovery Rules, University of Houston Law Foundation

02/1998 – Strategic Thinking for Personal Injury Attorneys, Annual Conference of the Southern

Trial Lawyers Association
09/1997 – Handling Insurance and Tort Claims, University of Houston Law Foundation

09/1997 – Truck Accident Litigation In A Nutshell, University of Houston Law Foundation

08/1996 – Advance Personal Injury Insurance Law, University of Houston Law Foundation

01/1995 – How To Introduce and Object To Evidence, State Bar of Texas Professional Development;

04/1994 – Recognizing, Evaluating and Proving Traumatic Brain Injuries, Association of Trial Association of Trial Lawyers of America

1980 – Present – State Bar of Texas
1997 – Present – American Trial Lawyers Association
1984 – 1996 – Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association

Hobbies: Snow Skiing, Hiking, Travel