Attorney Alison Baimbridge
For over a decade, Alison Baimbridge served as an Assistant District Attorney
in Houston and led over 75 trials to verdict. As a prosecutor, she helped
give a voice to countless victims of violent crime and motor vehicle crashes—including
the families of two Harris County police officers killed in the line of
duty. During that trial, she obtained
the largest verdict to date for officers killed while on duty. Getting justice for the officers and
their loved ones is one of the proudest moments of Alison’s career.
Her transition into the role of an injury lawyer at Arnold & Itkin
was virtually seamless. As an aggressive litigator and advocate for the
wrongfully treated, Alison was already perfectly prepared to join our
team. Now her practice is focused on catastrophic work injury, trucking
accidents, and pharmaceutical cases.
Alison earned her juris doctorate from South Texas College of Law in 2003
after earning a bachelor’s in psychology from Texas A&M in 1999.
When not serving in the courtroom, Alison can be found with her husband
Kevin and their two daughters Reagan and Hannah. Together they attend
football and baseball games, spend time in the community, or root for
their daughters at cheerleading competitions and softball games.