Kenneth N. Bigham Jr.

Ken Bigham Jr. has been licensed to practice law since 1989. Since that time he has made it his mission to empower and defend those who find themselves up against the overwhelming odds of large corporations and organizations. With a focus on personal injury law and criminal defense, Ken has spent the last two decades providing experienced guidance and dedicated legal service.

It is our responsibility to represent the “Davids” (Defendants) against the power and unlimited resources of the “Goliaths” (The State). It is my job to even the playing field and fight vigorously to protect my clients constitutional rights.

Ken Bigham Jr.

Aggressive Criminal Defense Lawyer

Criminal trial proceedings are often very intimidating and confusing. Ken Bigham Jr. will stand by your side and ensure that your constitutional rights are protected. You deserve a vigorous and aggressive criminal defense attorney who will work diligently to get your case dismissed, reduced, or represent you aggressively at your trial. Call (979) 743-4153 regarding any questions that you might have or visit the Criminal Defense section of this website for more information regarding the services offered.

Dedicated Personal Injury Attorney

Personal injury claims require a wide range of knowledge and expertise. Ken Bigham Jr. has been helping victims who have suffered injuries due to auto accidents, defective or dangerous products, trucking accidents, oil field accidents, industrial negligence, and other incidents as well as providing compassionate advocacy for the families and loved ones of wrongful death claims. All personal injury work is done on a contingency basis. For more information regarding the personal injury areas we can help with, call (979) 743-4153 or visit the Personal Injury section of this website.


  • Undergraduate – Rice University – Political Science
  • Law School – St. Mary’s – Juris Doctorate

Serving Southern Texas

The Ken Bigham Jr. Law Firm has criminal defense offices in Fayette County and in Harris County (meetings with attorney are by appointment only).