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  • “We believe in a direct attorney-client relationship. There is no managing partner pushing lawyers for billable hours to benefit other lawyers in the firm.”

  • “We believe in a direct attorney-client relationship. There is no managing partner pushing lawyers for billable hours to benefit other lawyers in the firm.”

  • “We believe in a direct attorney-client relationship. There is no managing partner pushing lawyers for billable hours to benefit other lawyers in the firm.”

  • “We believe in a direct attorney-client relationship. There is no managing partner pushing lawyers for billable hours to benefit other lawyers in the firm.”

  • “We believe in a direct attorney-client relationship. There is no managing partner pushing lawyers for billable hours to benefit other lawyers in the firm.”

  • “We believe in a direct attorney-client relationship. There is no managing partner pushing lawyers for billable hours to benefit other lawyers in the firm.”

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Personal Injury

 

Civil Trial Practice

Personal Injury Law controls when a person has been injured, physically or psychologically,as a result of the negligence or wrongdoing of another person, company, government agency, or other entity. A lawyer representing a client in this area needs to have experience and be especially knowledgeable in the area of law known as tort law. Tort law includes civil wrongs and economic or non-economic damages to a person’s property, reputation, or rights.

 

The Gibson law firm was founded in 1973 for the purpose of specializing in civil trial law, primarily personal injury and wrongful death. The firm has successfully tried some of this area’s largest and most important personal injury and wrongful death cases.


Clients Represented within Practice Area

Individuals: Persons wrongfully injured with serious physical disability.

Business Interests: Corporations and individuals Involved in business litigation.

Personal Representatives: Estates of spouses, parents and children for death by wrongful act.

State Government: Mr. Gibson took a leave of absence from the firm to serve as General Counsel to the Governor of Florida, during which he represented the Governor and dealt with all three branches of state government.