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When you are injured on the job, the insurance company will fight you for medical care and try to limit your income benefits. That's where we come in.

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Our firm focuses on one thing: helping injured workers get the medical treatment they need and the income to pay their bills when they get injured on the job.

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Research shows that personal injury victims receive more in compensation when they have an attorney. In Texas, if your employer has workers' compensation, the state provides you the services of an Ombudsman. The ombudsman is not an attorney and lacks the education, training, experience, as well as the protection of confidentiality that an attorney provides. You wouldn't trust your medical care to just anyone. Don't trust your legal case to just anyone either. Call us to find out why an attorney is vital to your case.

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We represent workers throughout Texas, and can arrange to meet you locally.
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This is the GibsonFirm Advantage:

  • Speak With An Attorney, Not A Legal Assistant

    Every client gets to speak with an attorney when they come in for an appointment. We are your attorneys. We are here to help. We listen to our clients' concerns, answer their questions, explain the law, and fight for their rights.

  • Multiple Office Locations

    We have offices in locations throughout West Texas. In addition, we have office sharing arrangements in place to meet with clients all over Texas and all over the USA.

  • The Client Comes First

    We hold an unwavering commitment to putting people over corporations. Our clients are why we do what we do. Each and every member of our staff goes above and beyond to do everything possible to help our clients.

  • We Handle the Paperwork

    Worker's Compensation cases can be very paperwork intensive. Filing the wrong form or turning it in late can mean the difference between getting money to make your rent and losing everything. We take care of the paperwork, so you don't have to.

  • Always Available

    It should be easy to get answers when you or a loved one is injured and needs help. We are always available to answer questions and provide legal advice.

  • Hard Work

    Being a lawyer is hard work. Success comes from putting in long hours over many years. It comes from everyone in the firm putting in those long hours. That's what you find at our law firm. We live this stuff.

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Law Blog:

Abuse of Drug Testing by Carrier Doctors

As the Olympics draws to a close, it is appropriate to compare the drug-testing done for Olympic athletes versus those done to Texas Workers. Many states, including Texas, have a provision that creates a rebuttable presumption of intoxication when someone tests positive for drugs or alcohol. However, a new use of drug testing is gaining in prominence in Texas Workers Compensation law that is an abuse of the workers’ compensation system. [...]

October 22, 2015
Lost Wages: Temporary Income Benefits

When you're injured on the job and you file a workers compensation claim, the first set of income benefits that you should receive is called Temporary Income Benefits ("TIBs'). ​Once you miss more than 7 days of work due to your injury, then your entitlement to TIBs will begin. They can last up to 104 weeks. [...]

October 22, 2015