Law Office of William J. Chriss, P.C.

Law Office of William J. Chriss, P.C.

The Law Offices of William J. Chriss, P.C. is dedicated to the ethical representation of individuals and small businesses that have been damaged by the wrongful conduct of others.

Firm Overview

William J. Chriss, P.C. has tried to verdict or handled on appeal, various complex civil lawsuits, including cases involving wrongful death, libel and slander, accidental personal injury, property damage, commercial litigation, deceptive trade practices, and insurance bad faith claims handling. The principal of the firm, William J. Chriss, is a third generation South Texan who speaks and writes on matters including insurance law, trial tactics, personal injury law, legal ethics and history.

Statement of Practice Summary:
Trial Practice in State and Federal Courts. Personal Injury, Civil Litigation, Libel, Slander, Media, Products Liability, Negligence Law, Property Damage, Construction Litigation, and Insurance Bad Faith Litigation.
Main Office
Main Office
515 Congress Avenue, Suite 2355
Austin  TX  78701
Phone
  • 512-420-2378
Websites
Personal Injury
Law Office of William J. Chriss, P.C. will represent your personal injury legal matters.
Law Office of William J. Chriss, P.C. will represent your personal injury legal matters.

William J. Chriss

Practice Areas
-Trial Practice in State and Federal Courts
-Personal Injury Law
-Civil Litigation
-Libel Law
-Slander Law
-Media Law
-Products Liability Law
-Negligence Law
-Property Damage
-Construction Litigation
-Insurance Bad Faith Litigation
-Insurance

University
University of Texas, B.A., with high honors, 1977; St. John of Damascus Institute of Theology, Balamand University, M.A., 2004

Law School
Harvard University, J.D., 1980

Admitted
1980, Texas; U.S. District Court, Southern District of Texas; U.S. Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit and U.S. Supreme Court

Born
Fort Worth, Texas, November 14, 1956

Biography
Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Eta Sigma. Named "Texas Superlawyer," 2003-2004. Recipient, Dan R. Price Award for Professional and Teaching Excellence, Texas Bar Foundation, 2005. Adjunct Professor of Political Science (Constitutional Law and Political Philosophy), Corpus Christi State University, 1984-1986 and Texas A & M University, Corpus Christi, 2002-2005. Advisory Committee, Civil Trial Law, Texas Board of Legal Specialization, 1997-1998. Wheeler Fellow, Texas Supreme Court Historical Society. (Board Certified, Personal Injury Trial Law and Civil Trial Law, Texas Board of Legal Specialization)
Education
  • Harvard University
    J.D.
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