Craig M. Sico

Getting the Compensation You Deserve!

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About Craig M. Sico

Craig M. Sico is board certified in personal injury trial law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization and is a member of The American Board of Trial Advocates. Mr. Sico is recognized by Super Lawyers, a publication of Thompson Reuters. He has been awarded an AV rating from Martindale-Hubbell, meaning “very high to pre- eminent legal ability” and “very high ethical standards.” He is a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum, the State Bar of Texas, and the American Bar Association (ABA).

Mr. Sico has successfully litigated commercial disputes for corporations, partnerships, and individuals regarding insurance bad faith, breach of contract, oil and gas claims, and anti-trust litigation. Mr. Sico is a nationally recognized litigator admitted to practice before state and all federal courts in Texas. In addition, he has handled many complex product liability, workplace injurytrucking, class action, commercial, and aviation disputes arising in many states across the nation.

Mr. Sico believes the work performed on behalf of the firm’s clients goes far beyond pursuing money. That is why he has chosen to represent many clients without charge in their time of need. He has also offered his services as a special prosecutor to assist in prosecuting cases requiring a higher level of skill or resources than those available to the government.

Mr. Sico is uniquely qualified to handle complex business and commercial disputes. In addition to his extensive background as a nationally recognized litigator, he brings his experience from the business community. Before entering law school, Mr. Sico was employed by Exxon Company, U.S.A., for several years in an advanced management training program.


Attorney Sico has often continued to fight for the interests of his client even after the litigation is complete

  • Undergraduate degree from the University of Texas
  • University of Houston School of Law
  • American Board of Trial Advocates
  • Dallas Bar Association
  • Houston Bar Association
  • Corpus Christi Bar Association
  • Million Dollar Advocates’ Forum
  • State Bar of Texas
  • American Bar Association (ABA)
  • $301 Billion Jury Verdict – In Anderson v. Beer Belly’s, secured a $301,104,000,000 verdict on behalf of the family of Tamra Kay Kindred and Aujuni Anderson. On November 12, 2017, 59-year-old Tamra Kay Kindred was on her way home after picking up her 16-year-old granddaughter Aujuni Tamay Anderson from her job at Cici’s Pizza when suddenly, without warning, they were struck and killed by a 2014 Dodge Charger traveling over 90 mph. That night a bartender at Beer Belly’s Sports Bar overserved Joshua Delbosque at least eleven alcoholic drinks before unleashing him on Corpus Christi streets. He left the bar with a .263 blood alcohol concentration, and less than a mile away and only minutes later, he ran a red light at 91 miles per hour and crashed into and violently killed Tamra and Aujuni.
  • $150 Billion Jury Verdict – In Middleton v. Collins, a Fayette County jury awarded large verdict to the family of Robert Middleton who was raped, set on fire and later died after a courageous twelve-year battle with third-degree burns over 99% of his body. The firm took this case pro bono.
  • $125 Million Jury Verdict – A jury in El Paso, Texas rendered a record-breaking verdict for Plaintiffs who were injured and killed in a transportation tragedy. Mr. Sico tried Albino Gaytan Pina, et al. v. Los Pasianos Autobuses, Inc, et al., explaining to the jury that not only the driver, but the bus company itself is responsible for the negligent decisions leading to the fifteen passenger van losing control and rolling on the roadway.
  • $122 Million Jury Verdict – Mr. Sico was chronicled in The National Law Journal for his verdict against Coastal Corporation wherein three men were awarded compensation for being horribly burned in a refinery explosion. Great resources were expended in order to immediately stop the activities of Coastal Corporation so that Plaintiffs’ experts could investigate the scene.
  • $34 Million Jury Verdict – In Ibarra v. LG Electronics a jury awarded compensation to a family who experienced a home fire caused by a defective window air conditioning unit lead to tragedy in South Texas. The Korean manufacturer made decisions to eliminate trace elements of metal in order to cut costs in their U.S. bound products. Mr. Sico was able to establish that this vital change lead to catastrophic failure of the air conditioning unit and the death of nine year old, Adan Ibarra.
  • $27.5 Million Jury Verdict – Flores v. Walmart: Mrs. Flores was awarded compensation for the loss of her son in a tragic accident when the vehicle he was traveling in crossed water at highway speeds and hydroplaned. Walmart had offered and performed a 15 point inspection of the vehicle which included reviewing the tread depth of the tires. The tread depth was inaccurately reported to the operator. In fact the rear tires were bald and the cause of the hydroplane.

former client testimonials

What People Are Saying about Sico Law Group

“After a lapse of nearly four years, I discovered that my former business partners had intentionally mislead me and convinced me to sell out of a business for a few hundred thousand dollars, which they sold for over $16 million four months later. After a protracted and lengthy fight with some of the largest law firms in Texas, the attorneys at Sico Law Group recovered more than the amount I would have received in the original sale. Their approach to litigation was thoughtful, intelligent and aggressive.”
john j.
“After my accident, my life was turned upside down. I had to place a tremendous amount of trust in Sico Law Group during a vulnerable time in my life - and I am so glad I did. You delivered justice against great odds. You also brought about much-needed closure for me during a traumatic period in my life.”
Rose m.