Augusto I Molina
Mr. Molina is a Senior Counsel who practices in the areas of civil litigation, insurance litigation, and insurance coverage. Prior to joining Martin, Disiere, Jefferson & Wisdom, Mr. Molina worked for a regional firm where his practice areas included international insurance defense and coverage, subrogation, personal injury/workers’ compensation, and Texas non-subscriber claims. Mr. Molina also has extensive experience with transportation claims, having served as National Counsel for a Class I Railroad, where he was responsible for the management of all aspects of litigation, including designing and implementing a cost-effective and efficient national defense strategy for all occupational claims.
In his spare time, Mr. Molina enjoys traveling and the outdoors. Mr. Molina is fluent in Spanish and Italian, and is familiar with French and Norwegian.
Martin, Disiere, Jefferson & Wisdom 2018
Brown Sims (Houston, TX), 2016 – 2018
Gibson Arnold & Associates (Houston, TX), 2015– 2016
Sinclair, PLLC (Wheeling, WV), 2010– 2014
Honors & Awards
Nominated and graduated from Allegheny County Bar (Pittsburgh, PA) Leadership Initiative, Award Winning Class of 2012–2013;
Selected and graduated from the Leadership Kanawha Valley (WV) Program, Class of 2009–2010;
CALI Recipient, Client Counseling
Phi Delta Phi Legal Fraternity
Presented Defending Class Action Litigation Seminar at the XXIV National Association of Railroad Trial Counsel Special Litigation Conference, Snowmass Village, Colorado (February 7, 2014).
Presented case study on Benzene Exposure and Diesel Exhaust at 26th Annual F.E.L.A. Occupational Claims Seminar, Boulder, Colorado (June 14, 2012).
Larry Cata Backer & Augusto Molina, Cuba and the Construction of Alternative Global Trade Systems: ALBA and Free Trade in the Americas, U. PA. J. Int’l. L., Spring 2010
- Texas Courts
United States District Court, Southern and Eastern Districts of Texas
The Pennsylvania State University – Dickinson School of Law, J.D. (2009)
Florida International University, M.S. (2004)
Texas A&M University, B.A. (2001)