Drew Gibbs has settled or tried cases for over a thousand clients helping them recover fair and just compensation for their injuries. On his path to becoming a board certified personal injury trial lawyer, Drew started in public service, trying dozens of cases for the State of Texas as a county prosecutor. He then added to this valuable jury trial experience by working as an insurance defense attorney representing many of the same insurance giants he now dedicates his career to fighting against. Drew Gibbs not only has acquired an elite level of successful trial experience, he has seen and worked on both sides of personal injury litigation.
The thousands of clients he has helped get justice can attest to Drew’s ability to help the injured, as do the numerous awards and acknowledgements he has received.
In addition to receiving Board Certification in Personal Injury Trial Law from the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, Drew has been recognized as a Rising Star by Texas Super Lawyers (a Thompson Reuters service) since 2018. He is a Lifetime Member of the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates.
Many lawyers advertise that they handle personal injury cases, including even such complex matters as commercial vehicle collisions, products liability claims and workplace injuries. Few attorneys however can ethically claim that they “specialize” in such personal injury claims. Drew Gibbs can make this claim. He is certified in Personal Injury Trial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. Just a few of the hurdles he cleared to earn this designation include taking personal injury cases to a jury verdict, passing a rigorous exam covering personal injury rules and procedure, receiving the recommendation of at least one judge before whom he had tried a personal injury case and numerous attorneys he had tried personal injury trials with and against. If you see attorneys advertising that they specialize in personal injury cases, their names should be found on this list or they are advertising in violation of the Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct. If you are considering hiring an attorney to handle a personal injury matter, ask yourself why you would entrust your fight for justice to an attorney who is not board certified in the area of your legal need.
Not satisfied to limit his community service only to helping personal injury victims fight against the insurance giants who would seek to deny them fair compensation, Drew Gibbs has also served for years as a child advocate for CASA of Travis County, an organization dedicated to promoting and protecting the best interests of children who have been abused or neglected. As a CASA volunteer, Drew Gibbs is a court-appointed and trained advocate working to ensure abused children remain a priority in an overburdened child welfare system. To donate to or become a volunteer for CASA of Travis County, please visit their website: https://www.casatravis.org/