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Alexander and Andrew Kirkendall have joined their expertise and experience to form Kirkendall Dwyer LLP. Alexander’s current practice focuses on catastrophic injuries and deaths from the negligence of others. An experienced Houston personal injury lawyer, his docket includes a national product liability practice for pharmaceuticals and medical devices, offshore injuries under the Jones Act and general Maritime law, and injuries from motor vehicle accidents.

Education and Experience

Alexander received his Juris Doctor in 2007 from South Texas College of Law in Houston where he was consistently named to the Dean’s List. While in law school, Alexander served as a law clerk on several large personal injury and complex litigation dockets and acquired vast experience in the prosecution of product, premise, and employer liability causes of action against Fortune 500 and multinational corporations.

Upon graduation from law school, Alexander was hired by Williams, Kherkher, Hart & Boundas LLP, one of the largest litigation firms in Texas. There he served on the personal injury and products liability trial dockets. He successfully prosecuted product, premise and employer liability claims, resulting in the recovery of millions of dollars for the firm’s clients.

Alexander then joined Arnold & Itkin, where he represented clients in a variety of legal matters. He ran the national product liability docket against pharmaceutical companies Bayer and GlaxoSmithKline, as well as the catastrophic injury docket involving The Jones Act, 18 wheeler accidents, and general negligence claims.


Alexander is an active member of the American Association for Justice, the Texas Trial Lawyers Association, and the Houston Trial Lawyers Association. He is also a member of the State Bar of Texas and American Bar Association.


A zealous Houston personal injury lawyer, Alexander Dwyer brings each and every case the focused, comprehensive attention it deserves. Contact Alexander Dwyer today by filling out a form.