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John Gibson
Board Certified Workers Compensation Law
Texas Board of Legal Specialization

John Gibson grew up in Houston, Texas, the son of a machinist, and attended college on an AFL-CIO scholarship. He obtained his Bachelor of Science in political science in 1992 from the University of Houston where he was a student body representative to the Board of Regents. He obtained a law degree in 1995 from the Texas Tech University Law School where he excelled in legal writing, negotiations and mock trial. In 1997, he started a firm representing primarily workers compensation claimants. Since then, he has represented over three thousand Texans in matters throughout the State of Texas.

John Gibson is licensed by the Texas Supreme Court as well as the United States District Court for the Northern and Western Districts of Texas. He is a Fellow of the Texas Bar Foundation. He is a Fellow of the Roscoe Pound Society. He is a member of the Lubbock County Bar Association, a past Director of the South Plains Trial Lawyers Association, and a member of the American Association for Justice, the Texas Trial Lawyers Association, the Ector County Trial Lawyers Association, the Lubbock County Trial Lawyers Association and the Workplace Injury Litigation Group. He has spoken on workers compensation matters at the State Bar of Texas Advanced Workers' Compensation Course on many occasions as well as to the South Plains Trial Lawyers Association, the Ector County Trial Lawyers Association, the Ector County Bar Association, and several employer organizations. He is board certified in Workers' Compensation Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization and also served on the Personal Injury Trial Law Advisory Commission of the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. John serves as a leader and Sunday School Teacher at Monterey Church of Christ. He is an active supporter of the Lubbock Habitat for Humanity; Lubbock CASA; Susan G. Komen For the Cure; and Lubbock Family Promise, an assistance program for homeless families with children. He speaks Spanish and German, although not as fluently as he would like. His wife is a public school administrator. Together they have two sons who plan to enter the legal field, one is a student at Yale Law School and the other is a student at Lubbock Christian University.

Representative Cases: Barrigan v. MHMR Services for Concho Valley, 2007 WL 27732, Tex.App.-Austin,2007. January 04, 2007 American Home Assurance Co. v. Vaughn, 2005 WL 2396833, Tex.App.-Amarillo, September 29, 2005 Dean Foods Co. v. Anderson, 178 S.W.3d 449, 453 (Tex.App.-Amarillo 2005, pet. denied) Fuentes v. Continental Conveyor & Equipment Co., Inc., 63 S.W.3d 518 (Tex.App.-Eastland 2001, pet. denied).

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