Craig J. Hubert
Partner, Executive Committee
Personal Injury Attorney
101 Grovers Mill Road, Suite 200
Craig J. Hubert is a partner in the firm and is a member of the five attorney management committee. He is a distinguished trial attorney whose practice focuses on personal injury. He represents clients in complex litigation involving serious accidents, nursing home negligence, product liability, and unsafe premises, as well as victims of criminal acts. He has achieved millions of dollars of compensation for his clients.
Craig has been recognized as a Certified Civil Trial Attorney and Certified Criminal Trial Attorney by the New Jersey Supreme Court and has been named a 2013 New Jersey Super Lawyer™. Craig has received the NJ SuperLawyer designation for nine consecutive years, every year that the distinction has been given. The award is given after a rigorous selection process that includes both professional achievement and peer recognition. Craig has been selected by other attorneys as one the Best Lawyers in America for 2013 in the area of healthcare law.
Craig was elected President of the Mercer County Bar Association in 2005. In 2004, the Mercer County American Inn of Court named Craig Attorney of the Year, an award recognizing an attorney whose efforts have helped advance the fundamental tenets of ethics and civility in the legal profession.
Prior to private practice,Craig has held positions as Law Clerk for Mercer County Superior Court Civil Presiding Judge Honorable Neil H. Shuster and trial attorney for the Mercer County Prosecutor’s Office, and has argued two cases before the New Jersey Supreme Court. He is the current Municipal Prosecutor for Pennington Borough, Plainsboro Township and Cranbury Township.
He received his Juris Doctor from Seton Hall University School of Law and his B.A. from the University of Wisconsin.
Areas of Practice:
Nursing Home Negligence
Juvenile Law and Delinquency
New Jersey Supreme Court, Argument and Brief, In the Matter of REGISTRANT J.G., 169 N.J. 304 (2001)
Numerous Appellate Division Arguments, Lefever v. Lull Engineering Co, Inc.,et al,;311 N.J.Super. 1 (App. Div. 1998)
New Jersey Supreme Court, Argument and Brief, Strube v. Travelers, 142;N.J. 570 (1995)
Seton Hall University School of Law, Newark, New Jersey J.D.
University of Wisconsin/Madison, Madison, Wisconsin B.A.
Past Employment Positions:
Honorable Neil H. Shuster, Law Clerk
Mercer County, Assistant Prosecutor, 1991 – 1994
Brotman, Graziano & Hubert, P.C., Shareholder