Christopher M. Frazier
Christopher Frazier is a trial lawyer with a track record of proactively managing litigation and obtaining successful results for his clients.
His practice focuses on the defense of businesses and individuals in high-exposure commercial transportation, product liability, wrongful death, and premises liability litigation. Christopher has experience in all aspects of civil litigation, including depositions, complex discovery, mediations, trials, and arbitrations.
Christopher enjoys spending time with his wife, Teresa, and their two children (Kendall and Christian). He also enjoys playing golf and coaching his son’s baseball, basketball, and flag football teams.
Obtained defense verdict in Harris County, Texas on behalf of a product manufacturer in a $25 Million wrongful death case involving a fall from scaffolding.
Obtained dismissal on behalf of local roofing contractor in multimillion-dollar construction defect litigation.
Obtained dismissal on behalf of utility company in personal injury litigation.
Obtained dismissal on behalf of a homeowner's association in litigation arising out of an alleged breach of management agreement.
Obtained dismissal on behalf of property owner in a premise liability case involving life debilitating injuries.
Obtained summary judgment on behalf of a sand mining company in commercial property damage litigation involving allegations of flooding due to alleged unlawful alteration of floodwaters.
Obtained summary judgment on behalf of rubber products manufacturer in finger amputation litigation.
Obtained summary judgment on behalf of a homeowner’s association in a lawsuit seeking permanent injunctive relief and damages for unjust enrichment.
Obtained summary judgment on behalf of an indoor rock climbing gym in a premises litigation matter involving a 25 foot fall from a rock climbing wall
Obtained dismissal for highway construction contractor in personal injury lawsuit.
Obtained dismissal on behalf of aggregate company in commercial property damage litigation.
Presented fact witness, legal arguments, and obtained favorable ruling denying temporary injunction in a homeowner's association lawsuit.
Listed for Personal Injury - General: Defense
Publications & Speaking Engagements
Education, Admissions & Activities
University of Houston Law Center
Stephen F. Austin State University
United States District Court of Texas
Professional and Community Activities
Defense Research Initiative ("DRI")
Houston Young Lawyers Association
Houston Bar Association
Texas Association of Defense Council
Texas Young Lawyers Association
Claims and Litigation Management Alliance
Houston Bar Association Diversity & Inclusion Committee
Bridge The Gaps