Craig J. Hubert
Partner, Executive Committee
Craig J. Hubert is a Partner in the firm and is a member of the Executive Management Committee. A distinguished trial attorney whose practice focuses on personal injury, he represents clients in complex litigation involving serious accidents, nursing home negligence, products liability, and unsafe premises, as well as victims of criminal acts, sexual assault and child abuse. His representation has resulted in over $100 million in recoveries on behalf of his clients.
Craig has been certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a Civil Trial Attorney and Criminal Trial Attorney. Less than 1% of all attorneys state-wide carry such a certification. He has been included in the list of New Jersey Super Lawyers™, a list issued by Thomson Reuters every year since 2005. The award is given after a rigorous selection process that includes both professional achievement and peer recognition. Craig has also been selected through a diligent process involving endorsement from peer attorneys to the list of the Best Lawyers in America® issued by BL Rankings, LLC, every year since 2013. He was honored by Best Lawyers as a 2019 “Lawyer of the Year” for Personal Injury-Plaintiffs in the Princeton-Metro region.
Craig was elected President of the Mercer County Bar Association in 2005 and the association recognized him as the “2016 Professional Lawyer of the Year” and was was honored with the bar’s highest honor, the Michael J. Nizolek Award in 2019. In 2004, the Mercer County American Inn of Court named Craig “Attorney of the Year,” for his efforts in advancing the fundamental tenets of ethics and civility in the legal profession.
Craig has been a Trustee to the New Jersey State Bar Association for the past four years and serves as the chairperson to certain committees in the New Jersey State Bar Association.
Prior to private practice, Craig clerked for Mercer County Superior Court Civil Presiding Judge Honorable Neil H. Shuster and was a trial attorney for the Mercer County Prosecutor’s Office. He has argued before the New Jersey Supreme Court and has handled numerous matters in the Appellate Division resulting in published decisions. He also regularly appears in federal court. He is the current Municipal Prosecutor for Pennington Borough.
Craig received his Juris Doctor from Seton Hall University School of Law and his B.A. from the University of Wisconsin.
U.S. District Court, District of New Jersey
U.S. Court of Appeals, Third Circuit
U.S. Supreme Court
Michael J. Nizolek Award – Mercer County Bar Association, 2019
Lawyer of the Year, Personal Injury Litigation: Plaintiffs, Princeton-Metro – The Best Lawyers in America List Issued by BL Rankings, LLC, 2019
Professional Lawyer of the Year – Mercer County Bar Association, 2016
The Best Lawyers in America List Issued by BL Rankings, LLC – Personal Injury Litigation: Plaintiffs, 2013 – 2020
Super Lawyers List Issued by Thomson Reuters – Personal Injury Plaintiff, 2005 – 2020
Attorney of the Year – Mercer County American Inn of Court, 2004
Martindale–Hubbell™ AV Preeminent Rated Attorneys – since 2007
Certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a Civil Trial Attorney and Criminal Trial Attorney
J.D. – Seton Hall University School of Law
B.A. – University of Wisconsin – Madison
Hon. Neil H. Shuster, Law Clerk
Mercer County Prosecutor, 1991 – 1994
Brottman, Graziano & Hubert, P.C., Shareholder
Using Zoom Video Conferencing for Video Depositions – April 2020
NPR-WHYY-Philadelphia ~ August 2017 – N.J. Safe Care Cam Program
Chasing News (FOX/WWOR-TV), “Tears For Ashley“, March 2017
CBS2-TV-NYC: Nursing Home Contracts Exclusive, July 2016
Craig Hubert Secures $1.25M vs. NJ-DYFS for Adoptive Parents
Craig Hubert and Team Secure $1.530M for Injured Sherriff’s Family
Nursing Care Facility Settlement for $265,000
Craig Hubert Helps Victim of Bizarre Auto Accident
Victims of Sexual Assault Receive $1-Million from Religious Institution
Trucking Company Settles for $900k for C. Hubert’s Client
Motorcycle Wrongful Death Settles for $1.025-million
Justice for Disabled Inmate Mocked With Fake Executions
Shooting Victim & Family Receive $6 Million Judgment
Brain Injury Victim Resolves Case for $1.05 Million