Attorney Alison Baimbridge
Alison Baimbridge is a fierce attorney and advocate for the victims of tragedy. As an Assistant District Attorney in Houston, she led over 75 trials to verdict in just over a decade. She became the voice of countless victims of violent crimes and vehicle accidents, helping get justice for both individuals and families while prosecuting wrongdoers. In one of her most notable cases, Alison obtained the largest verdicts to date for two police officers who were killed on duty in Harris County. Her work ensured that justice was served on behalf of the officers and their families—an event she refers to as her proudest moment.
As an aggressive litigator with a passion for the wronged, Alison’s transition to our firm was second-nature. She now focuses her practice on catastrophic work injuries, trucking accidents, and pharmaceutical cases—helping severely injured victims get the medical support and financial recompense they deserve.
Alison earned her law degree from South Texas College of Law in 2003. Before that, she earned a bachelor’s in psychology from Texas A&M in 1999.
When she’s not presenting cases in court, Alison loves spending time with her husband Kevin and her two daughters Reagan and Hannah. They often attend football games and baseball games together, or she and Kevin will support their girls in cheerleading competitions and softball games.
- Texas A&M University
- South Texas College of Law
- State Bar of Texas
- Prosecutor of the Year, 2016
- MADD Unsung Hero Award, 2014
- Dedication to Service Award, 2012-2016