Chris Mahfouz tirelessly works on behalf of people who have been injured and had their lives turned upside down by the careless actions of others. For Chris, practicing law is not merely a job. Instead, it is a calling to stand in the gap for those who—through no fault of their own—have been wrongfully injured by the carelessness or negligence of another party and need help in piecing their lives back together.
Chris earned his B.A., magna cum laude, as a University Scholar from Baylor University. He then attended Baylor University School of Law, where he graduated cum laude with a concentration in general civil litigation. During law school, Chris was the champion of Baylor’s Matt “Mad Dog” Dawson Mock Trial Competition and a member of the Order of the Barristers. He also successfully competed across the nation on the law school’s advocacy teams.
Chris’ practice focuses primarily on cases involving catastrophic personal injury, workplace injuries, industrial accidents and explosions, maritime and offshore injuries, trucking and motor vehicle wrecks, defective products, premises liability, and wrongful death. A native of a Southeast Texas refining town, he is passionate about representing injured workers.
Chris has successfully represented numerous clients on a variety of personal injury and complex commercial litigation matters in both state and federal courts. He is also active in the legal community, previously serving as vice president and treasurer of his local young lawyers association.
As a two-time Baylor alumnus, Chris is an avid fan of the Baylor Bears and travels to as many games as he can.