Kevin LaMarca is an attorney in The Lanier Law Firm’s Houston office. Kevin focuses his practice on asbestos litigation, product liability, toxic torts, and personal injury cases.
Since beginning his practice, he has obtained tens of millions of dollars representing clients in cases involving toxic torts and products liability. Kevin has represented clients in both state and federal courtrooms throughout the country, including Louisiana, Florida, Georgia, Rhode Island, and Pennsylvania to name a few.
- Member of The Texas Trial Lawyers Association
- Neighborhood HOA Committee Member
Kevin, his wife, their three kids, and their dog enjoy spending time outdoors, visiting National Parks, and rooting for the New Orleans Saints.
While in law school, Kevin served as an editor for the International Law Review Association. His article on the framework of Argentinean energy law was published in the Law and Business Review of the Americas in 2011.
Kevin’s clients have included production workers, mechanics, construction workers, Navy veterans, and individuals exposed to asbestos fibers brought into the home on the work clothes of a spouse or parent. Kevin’s work has further focused on representing men and women harmed by talcum powder products.
- $1,975,000.00 for the family of a woman exposed to asbestos brought home on the work clothes of her husband
- $1,800,000.00 for the family of a retired truck driver exposed to asbestos on the job
- $450,000.00 for the family of a deceased woman exposed to asbestos-containing cosmetic talc powder
- J.D. – Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law, cum laude
- Bachelor – Baylor University
- State Bar of Texas since 2012
○ U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas
- Louisiana Bar since 2019
○ U.S. District Court for the Western District of Louisiana
○ U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Louisiana
○ U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana
- Top 40 Under 40 Civil Plaintiff Lawyer by The National Trial Lawyers
- Received the prestigious Quill and Torch Award for Excellence in Legal Research and Writing