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Craig Bullock has successfully represented personal injury victims since 1999, adding mesothelioma and other asbestos victims to his legal practice in 2001. Since then, he has helped numerous mesothelioma and asbestos lung cancer patients find peace of mind following their diagnosis.
Get to Know Craig
Craig grew up in Corpus Christi, Texas. His father retired from a Gulf Coast chemical plant. His mother is a retired newspaper staffer and his step-father is a retired refinery worker.
Craig’s mission as an advocate for mesothelioma and lung cancer victims is personal. His paternal grandfather was diagnosed with asbestosis in the late 1990s as a result of his service in the Navy during World War II and working for a Gulf Coast chemical facility. Then his father was diagnosed with asbestos-related lung cancer in 2015 and passed away just three months later, at age 69.
Due to this personal connection to asbestos-related diseases, Craig wants to spend the rest of his legal career fighting for mesothelioma and lung cancer victims.
Craig graduated from Texas A&M University in 1993 and received his law degree from South Texas College of Law in 1999. He is licensed in Texas, Pennsylvania, Michigan and Illinois. Craig and Angela have four children together.
Experience and Qualifications
Craig’s practice areas and legal interests include:
- Mesothelioma cases
- Asbestos litigation
- Wrongful death lawsuits
- Premises liability
- Products liability
- Pharmaceutical and defective medical devices liability
- Personal injury cases
Bar Admissions and Certifications
Texas, Pennsylvania, Michigan and Illinois
Bachelor of Sciences from Texas A&M University, 1993
Juris Doctor degree from South Texas College of Law, 1999
Professional Association Memberships
- State Bar of Texas
- American Association for Justice
- Texas Trial Lawyers Association
- State Bar of Michigan
- State Bar of Pennsylvania
- Illinois State Bar Association
- The National Trial Lawyers Top 100
Co-chairperson of Golf for Tomorrow, a golf tournament to benefit the Alzheimer’s Association and the Alliance for Lupus Research