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Roger G. Jain & Associates, P.C. is comprised of trial lawyers who focus on achieving results while providing personal service.

We Are A Professional Full-Service Law Firm

Since 1996, we have provided intelligent and aggressive legal representation to businesses and individuals throughout the Houston metro area.

We believe that an effective lawyer is one who is a good listener. We will take the time to fully understand your problem, and then tailor a solution to meet your unique circumstances.

Because we are trial lawyers able to take on nearly any challenge, we will use our vast wealth of knowledge and experience to advance your legal interests. We assist our clients in the following areas of practice: Civil Litigation, Business Law,  Criminal Defense, Juvenile Law, Expunctions and Nondisclosures, Real Estate Law, Probate Law, Estate Planning and Family Law.

Testimonials Reviews From Our Happy Clients
"They were sincere, honest, and made the process as simple as possible"

Thomas and Jordan did an excellent job with my case. They were sincere, honest, and made the process as simple as possible. They also answered all questions I had in a timely fashion. I greatly appreciated their help during that tough time in my life.

Divorce Client
"I received good advice, was kept informed"

I contracted with Roger G. Jain because of a contested insurance claim. I received good advice, was kept informed, and got the outcome I had hoped for. We communicated primarily via email, but that was sufficient and kept the cost down. I recommend this law firm. Our customers love our service and attention to detail. Why not request a consultation now and let us work...Read More

Karen
"Brilliant group of professionals"

Roger and his team are a brilliant group of professionals. I had a very complex, international issue that other attorneys were unable to understand, let resolve. Roger Jain and his colleague Thomas Smith instantly recognized the key issues of my case, did world-class research very quickly and represented my needs very well. If you're looking for a responsive attorney that can handle extreme complexity, quickly...Read More

Anonymous
"Thomas Smith led a team that rapidly took hold of my case; was very welcoming, thorough, efficient, and had great communication"

I was referred to Roger Jain and associates to handle a lawsuit against me. Thomas Smith led a team that rapidly took hold of my case; was very welcoming, thorough, efficient, and had great communication. Thomas represented me in court and called me afterwards to give me immediate updates. Thomas and team were in short ...Wonderful.

Civil Litigation Client
"Roger and his law staff put everything into perspective"

After consulting with Roger, I decided to hire his firm to represent my son with a pending case in Fort bend County (AKA Fort ‘Beast’ County). This was my first time having to hire an attorney and was very skeptical, but Roger and his law staff put everything into perspective and explained the process and what is to be expected throughout the entire ordeal. Communication...Read More

Criminal Defense Client
"This issue has been going on for a year"

The office of Roger Jain and associates did an excellent job handling my case involving an airline losing part of my luggage. This issue has been going on for a year. This law firm was able to resolve the case in about 2 months. I am satisfied with the outcome. I would highly recommend this law firm.

Brandi
"Jain was referred to me by someone I trust"

Roger G. Jain was referred to me by someone I trust. I was so elated with the choice. Mr. Jain was so easy to communicate with. His approachable personality made it simple for me to relate my problem; there were briefing and counseling for me and my husband, and the money our opponent wanted from us did not play into his hands. After a few...Read More

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Track Record Results our attorneys have achieved for our clients
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  • Criminal Cases
  • Family Law
Defendant

Facts: Our client purchased a home health business. Several months after running the business, our client learned that he had been duped and defaulted on the promissory note. The plaintiff sued our client, and we filed a counterclaim. The case was called to trial and settled in the middle of trial.

Cause No. 16-DCV-235079; Fillingame Enterprises, LLC v. Joshua M. George, et al.; In the 240th Judicial District Court of Fort Bend County, Texas.

Result: Confidential Settlement

Plaintiff

Facts: Our client was injured by a semi-truck driver while driving his motorcycle. The insurance company refused to settle, requiring our client to file suit. The insurance company claimed there were “witnesses” even though none were listed on the police report. During our investigation of the case, we discovered that the “witnesses” were professional witnesses who had no knowledge of the details of the accident.

Cause No. 2017-73825; Trevor Pope v. Harvey Smith and Builders Transportation Company, LLC; in the 157th Judicial District Court of Harris County, Texas.

Result: Confidential Settlement

Plaintiff

Facts: Our clients had purchased a home, and they hired a contractor to demolish the home on their property and construct a new home. The contractor’s work had numerous defects, and the contractor overcharged the clients. Our clients also loaned money to the contractor for completion of the job, which the contractor did not repay. Following a jury trial, our clients were awarded a judgment in the amount of $318,566.64. The judgment was settled pursuant to a confidential settlement agreement.

Result: Confidential Settlement

Defendant

Facts: Our client, a residential landlord, withheld portions of the security deposit as authorized by the lease agreement. The tenants sued arguing that they should have received their full security deposit and further argued that the portion withheld was done in violation of the Property Code. The tenants asked for 3 times the amount of the security deposit plus attorney’s fees.

Cause No. 1087021; Jordan Watwood and Joanna Watwood vs. Chris M. Chow and Zing Ventures, LLC dba Zing Property Management; In the County Court at Law No. 3 of Harris County, Texas

Result: Confidential Settlement

Plaintiff

Facts: Our client was a business owner who hired contractors to build a luxury RV park. The contractors performed shoddy work and we filed suit. The earthwork contractor failed to follow the plan details regarding dirt compaction resulting in dirt sinking and causing damage to concrete and underground utilities. Defendants blamed our client for being cheap and not wanting to pay for appropriate soil reports and soil tests. After a 3-week trial, the jury found the earthwork contractor 100% responsible and awarded damages.

Cause No. 2016-45691; Via Bayou, Inc. v. Maria Richbourg, et al.; In the 269th Judicial District Court of Harris County, Texas.

Result: Favorable jury verdict, confidential Settlement

Defendant

Facts: Our client was a hotel that had a mechanic’s lien claim asserted against it for $37,168.72. We contested the lien notices that the claimant alleges were provided, as well as the lien itself. After we successfully defended a motion for summary judgment filed by the lien claimant, the lien claimant chose to dismiss the suit.

Result: Claim for $37,168.72 dismissed after hard-fought summary judgmep motion was denied.

Defendant Midland Funding, LLC

Plaintiff’s Attorney: Fulton Friedman & Gullace, LLP

Case Number: 1026542

Court: Harris County Court #4

Amount in Controversy: $14,881.57

Result: Dismissed by Plaintiff

Defendant LVNV Funding, LLC

Plaintiff’s Attorney: Hosto Buchan Prater & Lawrence, PLLC

Court: 9th District Court (Montgomery County)

Amount in Controversy: $8,614.25

Result: Dismissed by Plaintiff

Defendant LVNV Funding, LLC

Plaintiff’s Attorney: Fulton Friedman & Gullace, LLP

Case Number: 1028748

Court: Harris County Court #1

Amount in Controversy: $7,008.28

Result: Dismissed by Plaintiff

Defendant Aggravated assault with a deadly weapon

Type: 1st degree felony

Facts: Client was accused of robbing person at gunpoint. Client maintained that he knew nothing of incident. The case was dismissed because the state had arrested the wrong person.

Result: Dismissed

Defendant Aggravated Assault

Type: 2nd degree felony

Facts: Client was accused of using a machete to threaten injury to a complainant. We located and produced a witness who stated that the complaining witness was the aggressor, and that our client was only defending himself, which established our client’s defense of self-defense.

Result: Dismissed

Defendant Assault with bodily injury to a public servant

Type: 3rd degree felony

Facts: Client was accused of hitting a teacher with a chair. Client had been diagnosed with autism and did not appreciate the consequences of his actions. Also, the act was not purposefully directed toward the teacher.

Result: Dismissed

Defendant

Facts: In a suit arising from a contract for the sale of real estate, the trial court's finding on breach of contract was supported by sufficient evidence because the buyer presented evidence that he had obtained financing on the scheduled closing date, and the sellers failed to close on the property as required under the contract.

Result: "We modify the judgment to provide that Mouton recover actual damages of $6,844.19 from the Okumuses, jointly and severally, for their breach of contract. We affirm that portion of the judgment as modified. We reverse the judgment as to Mouton's statutory fraud claim and render a take nothing judgment on that claim. We reverse the award of attorney's fees and remand to the trial court for a new trial on attorney's fees." /s/ Frances Bourliot, Justice.

Plaintiff

Facts: A resident preserved for appeal her argument that a community association's enforcement of restrictive covenants was arbitrary, capricious, or discriminatory under Tex. Prop. Code Ann. § 202.004(a) because both her response to the association's summary-judgment motion and her cross- motion for summary judgment argued that the association selectively enforced its restrictive covenants and failed to engage in fair dealing or apply the covenants in an equal and same manner.

Result: "For these reasons, without hearing oral argument, the court of appeals' judgment is reversed, and the case is remanded to the court of appeals for further proceedings consistent with this opinion." TEX. R. APP. P. 59.1.

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