Chris Hammons is a trial attorney focused on personal injury litigation. Chris has spent his life fighting for the underdog, and he founded Laird Hammons Laird on the principle of doing what’s right. He’s represented hundreds of clients in cases ranging from personal injury to criminal defense to trucking accidents.
Chris started his trial career with an acquittal in a double felony case in Cleveland County. As he left the courtroom that day, he knew he found his place, fighting for his client.
Chris grew up in humble circumstances, and now he stands up for people who have been discarded by insurance companies, big business, or the government. Trial lawyers like Chris and his partners are the last line of hope for some Oklahomans.
Chris earned his bachelor’s and law degrees from the University of Oklahoma, where he played football. He was voted team captain by his teammates and coaches his senior year, when the University of Oklahoma football team won the national championship in the 2001 Orange Bowl.
Chris and his wife, Jennifer, have two sons.
CHRIS HAMMONS FAST FACTS
Hometown: Sulphur, Oklahoma
Family: wife Jennifer and two sons
Occupation: personal injury attorney and partner at Laird Hammons Laird
Education: bachelor’s and law degrees from University of Oklahoma
Strengths: physically strong, mentally strong, determined, focused, friendly, likeable
Weaknesses: bull-headed, overly confident
Original Tribe: Takali (Gen-X)
Switched Tribe: Vanua