Tabitha’s passion for personal injury began at a very young age when she lost her mother in a car accident. She understands the negative dynamics a car accident can have on an individual as well as their family. She can empathize with her clients over the stress of being left without a car, missing time from work, and the mental suffering from the debilitating pain that can last months, and in some cases, years. While Tabitha is representing her clients, she dedicates her time to learning about each individual to ensure sure his or her story is heard.
Tabitha’s specialty is dog bite cases in which she has reached numerous settlements for hundreds of thousands of dollars. Tabitha also specializes in car wreck accidents, slip and falls and injuries on the job.
Tabitha has worked in personal injury since she was 18 years old. She attended the University of North Texas where she received a B.A. in Sociology. Tabitha received her J.D. from Texas A&M University School of Law. During her time receiving her education, Tabitha held a full-time position as a paralegal. When Tabitha isn’t fighting for her clients, she enjoys traveling the world with her newlywed husband and hanging out with the two dogs they share, Toby and Tanner.