The Reed Law Firm, PLLC

402 Main StreetSuite 3 SouthHouston, TX 77002- 1802

Updated: 11/29/2017


About Our Texas Law Firm

The Reed Law Firm PLLC has extensive experience in groundbreaking litigation that has set the standard in getting quality results for clients. Our attorneys bring together a wide range of talent, skill and legal experience to represent a wide range of clients including governmental entities, corporations and individuals in numerous complex matters.

About Our Practice

Attorneys in our firm have successfully litigated...


Office Info

Practice Areas

  • Criminal Law
  • Criminal Law - Federal (White Collar Crime)
  • Motor Vehicle Accidents -- Plaintiff
  • Personal Injury -- Plaintiff
  • Securities Law




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Office Information


402 Main StreetSuite 3 SouthHouston, TX 77002- 1802


  • 713-600-1840


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