Admitted to the bar in 1967, Mr. Herrera served as an attorney for the National Labor Relations Board. Two years later, he joined a labor law attorney with the Law Office of Arthur Gotchman. In 1969, Mr. Herrera opened his own law firm with the help of his parents, who refinanced their home to purchase Frank's office furniture and equipment. Eventually, he formed Hardberger & Herrera, an endeavor with Phillip Hardberger, former Chief Justice of the Texas Fourth Court of Appeals and former Mayor of San Antonio. In 1983, Frank Herrera became the sole owner of The Herrera Law Firm, Inc. (known then as The Law Offices of Frank Herrera, Jr.), a culmination of Frank's lifelong commitment to hard work and justice.
Frank Herrera also dedicates countless hours of his time, financial resources, and legal expertise to causes he believes strongly in, including the Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF), The New American Alliance, and the St. Mary's University Alumni Association and Central Catholic High School. Frank Herrera actively chairs numerous charitable events and sits as a member for many charitable organizations that benefit his local community.
In 2013, Frank Herrera was elected to serve as Chair of the Board of Directors for the New American Alliance, Inc., an organization dedicated to advancing the American Latino community.
Frank runs his law firm in much the same way he runs his life - with the hope that every move he makes will positively impact others. Frank is seen as a leader in the courtroom and is sought out by attorneys across the country for his expertise in the areas of personal injury, products liability, insurance fraud, construction accidents, and labor and employment law. He's also considered an innovator in utilizing courtroom technology in trials.
Frank Herrera a lawyer who fights for justice, a man who stands up for his beliefs. And now his two sons, Jorge and Javier, have joined him in their family's fight for justice.