Feicia-Hubert

Felicia M. Hubert

Attorney

Felicia M. Hubert is a senior associate with the Lanier Law Firm Houston office. Felicia devotes her entire practice to trial work, representing clients in the areas of personal injury, truck and motor vehicle accidents, product liability, premises liability, commercial and consumer litigation. Felicia has vast experience at the trial and appellate levels, with over 50 first and second chair trials to judges and juries in Federal and State court and ten State Court appellate arguments, with successful reported opinions. Felicia also represents a vast array of pro bono clients for the firm.

Practice Areas

Notable Mentions

Award for pro bono activities from Volunteer Legal Services of Central Texas

2011 recognition for winning the 2nd largest verdict in consumer protection

Named to the Lawdragon 500 Leading Plaintiff Consumer Lawyers

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Houston Office

10940 W. Sam Houston Pkwy N
Suite 100
Houston, TX 77064

(713) 659-5200

Personal Background

Ms. Hubert was born in Houston and raised in Gladewater, Texas. After graduating, she began a private law practice, in Austin, Texas. In addition, she donated her skills to AIDS Services of Austin and pro bono activities.

Soon after her return to Houston, Ms. Hubert joined the Lanier Law Firm, where she has continued her charitable, pro bono and professional endeavors. Felicia enjoys working in her garden, obsessing over true crime stories and spending time with her nieces and nephews. She lives in Houston, with her husband Jeffrey, and their ever-growing family of fur babies.

Community and Professional Activities

Representative Cases

Ms. Hubert recently participated in the settlement of a personal injury case for $17.5 million. The name of the case and specific facts are confidential.

Chaffin v. WPX Energy Permian, LLC.:

Ms. Hubert represented an oil field worker who was injured when an oil company employee opened the incorrect valve, causing a pressurization of the well, striking the Mr. Chaffin with highly pressurized iron, fluids and drilling materials, causing excruciatingly painful injuries.  The settlement amount is confidential.

Wharton v. BLT Tanks:

This case involved an 18-wheeler carrying used propane tanks, whose driver neglected to slow for traffic conditions, struck numerous vehicles that were stopped on the roadway, causing a fiery explosion which killed Mr. Wharton’s daughter and two others. The case was filed in Denton County, Texas. The settlement amount is confidential.

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Our Locations

10940 W. Sam Houston Pkwy N
Suite 100
Houston, TX 77064

(713) 659-5200