Based in Austin, the Law Offices of Steve Gibbins has represented injured plaintiffs in Austin, Dallas, Houston and throughout Texas for over 25 years. We assist clients with personal injury cases arising from medical malpractice, car accidents, and wrongful death matters, in addition to cases involving defamation and police abuse. To learn more about the services we provide, please visit our practice areas page.

Firm principal Steve Gibbins has been representing personal injury victims since 1983. By stressing the importance of meticulous and thorough trial preparation, Mr. Gibbins has won nearly every case he has tried. While Mr. Gibbins never hesitates to take on even the most formidable defendants, he is also committed to being honest and straightforward with prospective clients, offering a realistic assessment of the likelihood of obtaining a successful recovery in each claim he evaluates.

At the Law Offices of Steve Gibbins, we carefully select our cases in order to give each client the full attention and resources he or she deserves. We are passionate about providing one-on-one service, maintaining a flexible schedule and religiously returning phone calls. In addition, we take cases on a contingency basis, meaning that our fees are paid only IF we obtained a successful recovery in your case.

Feel free to browse our website for more information on legal issues surrounding personal injury. Learn about the common misconceptions surrounding auto accidents, what to expect from a lawsuit, why it's important to have an experienced auto accident attorney, and what Texas laws might affect your case.

If you have been injured due to the negligence or wrongful actions of another, contact the Law Offices of Steve Gibbins today for a free initial consultation with a car accident attorney in Austin.  Call us at (512) 428-8644 or contact us online using our convenient web form.

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