The Lanier Law Firm PC, a Houston Law Firm
Opened in 1990, The Lanier Law Firm’s Houston law office is home to more than 20 attorneys. The office is located in Northwest Houston just off the Sam Houston Tollway, a short drive from the Bush Intercontinental Airport and Downtown Houston.
Experienced Houston Attorneys
Our Houston attorneys have significant experience representing clients in an array of practice areas, including personal injury, toxic exposures, product liability, pharmaceutical liability, maritime law, commercial litigation, and medical malpractice with characteristic passion and commitment.
Our team of outstanding trial and appellate lawyers has earned substantial verdicts and obtained settlements for a broad spectrum of clients in a variety of legal matters. The firm is also noted for its work representing some of the largest companies in the U.S. One Fortune 500 company chose The Lanier Law Firm to help overturn one of the biggest default judgments in the history of the United States. In another case, our attorneys helped secure a substantial verdict against one of the nation’s largest oil providers.
The Lanier Law Firm has won numerous trials on behalf of families and victims of asbestos-related diseases, including mesothelioma. In another historic victory, firm founder Mark Lanier served as lead counsel for a group of steelworkers who obtained one of the largest asbestos verdicts in U.S. history after contracting asbestos disease at an Alabama steel mill. (Aaron, et al. v. Abex, et al., February 1998.)
Our courtroom work in asbestos and other toxic exposure and personal injury matters has resulted in settlements on behalf of numerous other clients who were able to avoid the stress of going to trial at a time when they needed to be with families and friends, not in a courtroom.
The home of the founding office of The Lanier Law Firm, Houston is the largest city in Texas and the fourth-largest in the United States. With more than 2 million residents, Houston is the largest cultural and economic center of the Gulf Coast region and Texas is world renowned for its energy and aeronautics industries as well as for its ship channel, The Port of Houston. Houston is second only to New York City in Fortune 500 headquarters.