The Alexander Firm, PLLC

Texas Law Firm

The Alexander Firm was founded on the principle that the legal system is meant for all. It’s intricacies require the knowledge and experience of attorneys who can navigate through its maze, understand the toll it takes on those who are thrust into it and are capable of searching for the path to success. Critical to the process is the ability to understand that “success” in this system can take many forms. A clear and direct path to success is dependent upon a systematic analysis of the issues presented and a collaborative approach to defining and achieving the client’s goals.


Joe Alexander has been a defense attorney and a plaintiff’s attorney with experience on both sides of a lawsuit. As a result, he can uniquely approach the issues that may be presented on either side of a dispute, evaluate them and analyze how the opposition will defend or prosecute the claim.


Joe is no stranger to the courthouse, having tried over 50 cases to a jury, and has been involved in very high profile cases involving medical malpractice (both defending and prosecuting), product liability, business disputes and serious accidents resulting in personal injuries.


The Alexander Firm, PLLC
2 Greenway Plaza #600
Houston, TX 77046


Phone Number
(713) 344-2094

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