"My firm is committed to representing individuals and families who have been the victims of a wrongful death or serious personal injury. Although monetary compensation cannot heal the emotional and physical scars left as the result of a serious accident, it can help in many cases to relieve much of the economic stress and hardship associated with the injury or loss of a loved one. Many times it is the only means of support and future security for the injured individual and their family. Litigation may not bring back a loved one, or heal a serious injury, but it may serve to help prevent others from having to endure the same loss."
Mr. Willis is committed to representing seriously injured people and their families. He was born and raised in Texas. He graduated from Baylor University in 1978 and then went on to graduate from the South Texas College of Law in Houston in 1982. Mr. Willis then went to serve as an Attorney on the Texas Supreme Court of Texas in Austin, Texas until 1984 when he began to practice plaintiff’s personal injury law in Houston. In 1992, Willis founded the Willis Law Firm, a personal injury law firm with a heavy emphasis in products liability, maritime and industrial litigation.
David P. Willis is a graduate of Baylor University (1978) and the South Texas College of Law (1982). He served as a briefing attorney on the Supreme Court of Texas (1983-1984), and is currently a member of the State Bar of Texas, the Texas Trial Lawyers Association, Texas Bar Foundation and the American Trial Lawyers Association. He has been a Board Certified Personal Injury Trial Lawyer since 1988, certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, U.S. Patent Holder #4,673,202