Douglas Grubbs

Grubbs Law Firm
11200 Fuqua Street
Suite 120
Houston, TX 77089

D. Douglas Grubbs has been helping victims of defective products since early 2004 when he assisted with a nationwide Fen-Phen docket comprising more than 7,000 injured men and women. Since that time, Mr. Grubbs has gained invaluable experience from multiple perspectives as a litigation support assistant, law clerk and attorney.

Prior to joining Bailey Peavy Bailey, Mr. Grubbs attended South Texas College of Law where he made the Dean's Honor List multiple semesters. Throughout law school, Doug also clerked for several preeminent plaintiff's attorneys at a nationally recognized mass tort firm in Houston. After earning his jurisprudence doctorate in 2008, Doug accepted an associate position at a prominent East Texas law firm where he focused his practice on the firm's national pharmaceutical and medical device dockets. During that time, Doug also advocated for those who had been injured as a result of negligent drivers, medical malpractice and unsafe work premises.

Mr. Grubbs returned to Houston in 2012 continuing to represent those wrongfully injured by negligent pharmaceutical and medical device companies. Doug's diverse experience in products liability litigation allows him to quickly determine the merits of a potentially successful claim. He has also been involved in numerous facets of mass tort litigation including depositions, motion practice, written discovery, witness and trial preparation as well as settlement negotiations.

Since joining Bailey Peavy Bailey in 2015, Mr. Grubbs has focused his practice on the representation of families devastated by mesothelioma. During his brief time at the firm, he has taken numerous depositions involving adverse expert witnesses and corporate representatives. He was also an integral part of a two-week trial in the City of St. Louis, Missouri against Ford Motor Company. Doug feels a great sense of pride advocating for families whose loved one has died as a result of exposure to asbestos containing products.

As a result of demonstrating excellence in the practice of law, Doug has been recognized by his peers as a 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016 Texas Rising Star (a Thomson Reuters service). This honor is limited to only 2.5% of emerging attorneys in Texas who are 40 years old or younger, or have been practicing law for 10 years or less.