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Houston Area Health Care Law Attorneys

The health care industry is complicated and medical professionals must deal with both medical and business issues. The Stevenson Law Firm is structured to handle the critical aspects of health care providers business and legal needs, offering practical solutions to regulatory issues, business needs, and litigation concerns.

Let the Stevenson Law Firm protect your license, your finances, and your patient relationships so you can focus on delivering helpful medical treatment.

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Marcus Stevenson
Marcus StevensonManaging Attorney
Marcus received his BBA from Texas A&M University. He received his JD from Boston College Law School and has an LLM in Health Law from the University of Houston Law Center. Marcus began his legal career in the Chief Counsel’s Office of the United States Food and Drug Administration prosecuting pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturers for violations of the Federal Food, Drug & Cosmetic Act.
Kristina Hernandez
Kristina HernandezAssociate Attorney
Kristina M. Hernandez joined The Stevenson Law Firm, P.C. as an Associate in 2016 and has worked on a variety of matters including personal injury, contract disputes, and employment agreements. Prior to joining The Stevenson Law Firm, P.C., Kristina practiced at a personal injury firm in Houston where she focused and gained substantial experience in personal injury matters and all aspects of litigation.

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