Steven M. Correa
Texas A&M University, B.S., Political Science, magna cum laude, 2006
University of Houston Law Center, J.D., cum laude, 2009
Steven Correa maintains a diverse practice and has represented clients in state and federal courts across the country on commercial matters arising out of financial services litigation and construction disputes. Steven has represented numerous contractors in the preparation, perfection and enforcement of mechanic’s and materialman’s liens in connection with residential, commercial and oil & gas projects, and has represented both property owners and contractors throughout the state of Texas in litigation involving the enforcement and removal of mechanic’s and materialman’s liens. Steven has also extensive experience representing insurance carriers in a variety of matters in both state and federal court, ranging from property and casualty, life, health and disability coverage disputes to multi-state life insurance fraud and stranger-owned life insurance (STOLI) litigation. In addition to his litigation experience, Steven has assisted numerous life insurance carriers in investigating fraudulent medical and financial representations made during the application and claim handling process.
While in law school, Steven served as the Chancellor Baron in the Order of the Barons and was a recipient of the American Jurisprudence Award for academic excellence. Steven also served as an articles editor for the Houston Journal of International Law. Prior to attending law school, Steven worked as a legislative aide for the Texas Senate Subcommittee on Higher Education during the 79th session of the Texas Legislature.
When not in the office, Steven can typically be found spending time with his wife and young son. When time permits, Steven enjoys playing golf and fishing in the Gulf of Mexico. Steven is an avid sports fan and a proud supporter of the Fighting Texas Aggies and the Houston Texans.