|Tommy Fibich, Fibich Leebron Copeland & Briggs|
Tommy Fibich is the founding partner of Fibich Leebron Copeland and Briggs and has represented plaintiffs successfully for over 40 years in diverse and complex litigation. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Texas and following service in the United States Army attended law school at the University of Houston graduating in 1974 as a member of Barons, the highest scholastic legal honorary society. His track record of successful jury verdicts are just one measure supporting the esteem with which he is held among people in and out of the legal community.
Tommy Fibich has devoted the last two decades of his career to representing individuals in personal injury and product liability lawsuits. When a corporate defendant is served with papers signed by Tommy Fibich, it sends a clear and unmistakable message that the case will be vigorously prosecuted and the defendant held accountable for its conduct. His track record of success is a testament to his skills both inside and outside the courtroom.
Tommy Fibich’s professional awards are just an example of his reputation among legal peers. These hallmarks of excellence include: University of Houston Law School 2004 Alumnus of the Year, member of Multi-million Dollar Advocates Forum®, selected as one of America’s Top 100 High Stakes Litigators, selected for inclusion in Thomson Reuters Super Lawyers® Magazine from 2003-2016 , designated as a Thomson Reuters Top 100 Super Lawyer - Houston, nominated by the Texas Association of Civil Trial Specialists for Lifetime Achievement in the practice of law, elected to the American Board of Trial Advocates, Board Certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in Civil Trial Law, and designated by his peers to the highest standard of professionalism in the profession - preeminent recognition in legal ability and ethical standards for 25 consecutive years by Martindale-Hubbell®.
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