Chris Bell has served as a member of the Houston City Council and United States Congress and was the Democratic Nominee for Governor of Texas in 2006. He has been practicing law in Texas since 1992, and has represented hundreds of clients on a wide variety of matters. Due to his expertise in examining witnesses and speaking to juries, Mr. Bell is a highly rated and regarded trial lawyer and has secured substantial settlements and verdicts in personal injury and commercial litigation cases.
Bell, Rose & Cobos
Andrew earned his B.S. degree from the US Military Academy at West Point. Andrew deployed twice to combat in Iraq, where he planned and led security operations during the Iraqi Constitutional Referendum and the Iraqi National Elections. During his 2nd combat tour, Andrew was awarded the Bronze Star Medal. He later attended the University of Houston where he obtained both his JD and MBA degrees in the span of three-years. Upon graduation, Andrew was employed by two of the nation’s most prestigious and successful law firms, whereby he helped obtain numerous eight-figure recoveries for his clients.
The Cobos Law Firm
Muhammad S. Aziz has been a Partner at Abraham, Watkins, Nichols, Sorrels, Agosto & Aziz since 2012 and an associate since 2006. Mo is Board Certified in Personal Injury Trial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, is a highly recognized trial attorney and has played a major role in obtaining settlements and verdicts exceeding 200 million dollars. Recently he has expanded his practice to include multi-district litigation, in which he represents clients around the nation in their claims against major corporations.
Abraham, Watkins, Nichols, Sorrels, Agosto & Aziz
Prior to joining Abraham, Watkins, Nichols, Sorrels, Agosto, and Aziz in 2016, she practiced at another prominent personal injury firm where she gained substantial experience in all aspects of litigation. She has also worked at various civil litigation law firms and served as a judicial intern for Justice Charles Seymore at the Fourteenth Court of Appeals. After working in Quality Assurance for two years, her overwhelming desire to help others led her to pursue a career as an advocate for injured workers.