Medical Malpractice attorney (small)
John Brothers Partner

“My greatest passion? Seeking justice for the disadvantaged.” – John Brothers

Professional Life and Practice

John Brothers focuses his practice on helping victims of medical malpractice, nursing home abuse, and personal injury.  His passion for hard work, honesty, and a straightforward approach has earned him a strong reputation among his peers and clients—a reputation he works hard to keep and improve.  His small-town values are evident in his practice and the relationships he has built, both professionally and personally.

John is known for his detailed approach to litigation.  He is routinely complimented for his ability to find details and evidence that others might miss.  Coupled with his education and experience as both a law clerk and an attorney, John successfully navigates his clients through the litigation process from beginning to end and has experience with all aspects of civil litigation.

Personal Life

John is a native Texan. His background and unique educational experience lends his clients a well-rounded legal representation.  John graduated with the highest honors from The Citadel in Charleston, South Carolina, before attending the University of Houston where he obtained his Juris Doctor.  In law school, John pursued a number of courses focused on health law policy and healthcare litigation.

Outside the office John enjoys spending time with his family, being active in his community, and enjoying sports.  He lists one of his biggest personal accomplishments as “tricking” his fiancée into marrying him. He attends Houston’s First Baptist Church, and is a committeeman for the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo.

Awards & Recognition

  • Texas Rising Star, Thomson Reuters, 2014-2017
  • 'Top 40 Attorneys Under 40' – As selected by The National Trial Lawyers Association
  • 'Best of the Best, Trial Lawyers' – As selected by the Texas Lawyer’s Group
  • Licensed by the Supreme Court of Texas
  • Admitted to the District Court for the Southern District of Texas