Attorneys Who Refuse To Back Down In The Face Of A Challenge
- Insurance Litigation
- Mediation & Alternative Dispute Resolution
- Medical Malpractice Defense
- Premises Liability
- Products Liability Defense
- Professional Liability Defense
- Trucking & Auto Accident Defense
- Work Injury Litigation
Christopher Lollis focuses his practice on defending clients accused of negligence in a wide variety of personal injury litigation before courts and arbitrators across Texas, with an emphasis on cases involving non-subscriber workplace injury claims. He also helps clients resolve litigation concerning medical malpractice, vehicular accidents, premises liability, products liability, Dram Shop claims and wrongful death.
While attending law school, Christopher served as a judicial extern for the Honorable Robert L. Jones of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of Texas in Lubbock, where he gained firsthand experience in the evaluation of complex legal and procedural issues.
In addition, Christopher served as a graduate research assistant for Texas Tech University’s Law Library and various law professors developing swift and accurate research skills. He also served in various leadership and organizational roles, such as President of the International Law Society, Treasurer for the Red Raider Bar, Fundraising Officer for the Law and Technology Association, and an active member of the Board of Barristers.
Christopher is an avid fan of all Texas Tech sports, especially basketball and football. He also enjoys physical fitness and group activities with family and friends such as dining out, watching movies at the theater and playing board games.
- Texas Tech University School of Law, Lubbock, Texas
- Texas Tech University
- Major: Psychology
- U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas, pro hac vice
- Garcia v. MTZ Trucking, Inc., No. 01-18-00733-CV, 2019 WL 4065272 (Tex. App.—Houston Aug. 29, 2019) (obtained ruling upholding the trial court’s dismissal through summary judgment; the appellate court retracted its opinion sua sponte and plaintiff dismissed his appeal)
- Zamora v. Champion Cooler, No. 05-16-00577-CV (Tex. App.—Dallas, 2018) (affirming a trial court’s summary judgment order dismissing a chemical exposure claim against an employer due to not having any proper expert evidence)
- Dallas Bar Association , Member
- Dallas Association of Young Lawyers , Member
- Lubbock Bar Association , Junior Member
- Texas Tech University School of Law American Inn of Courts , Junior Member
Current Employment Position
- Associate Attorney