Advocating For The Injured

“The very essence of civil liberty certainly consists in the right of every individual to claim the protection of the laws, whenever he receives an injury.”

Chief Justice John Marshall – Marbury v. Madison (1803)

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“Nearly all of my clients have never needed or hired an attorney prior to their injury. I take pleasure in talking to new clients to address their concerns and counsel them regarding their legal options.” – Attorney Doug Grubbs

When you or a loved one is injured at no fault of your own, the negligent person or corporation must be held accountable.  Grubbs Law Firm is here to answer any questions or concerns you have about the legal process and your options in seeking compensation from the negligent party.  We take the time to listen carefully to our clients’ concerns, answer their questions, explain their legal options and develop strategies to help them resolve their legal issues.  Call us at (888)-646-4853 or email us for a free consultation.


When people face serious legal problems, they need to protect their rights. Grubbs Law Firm was founded to counsel and advocate on behalf of those injured by another’s negligence, whether in a car or truck wreck, work-related incident, or defective medical device or medication. By the time you contact us, you’ve already suffered enough. We understand you need an aggressive advocate who will do everything possible to see that justice is served.  When a legal problem could have a serious impact on your life, work with an experienced trial lawyer who will aggressively protect your rights and fight to secure a positive result for you.

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“I know that you and your team did the best to procure the best settlement for me and my family. Thank you!”

Mrs. Rocap

“I’m very grateful to Mr. Grubbs and his team for helping me through my case. Thank you so much, and God bless.”

Mrs. Randall - Scott

“Mr. Grubbs spoke with me at length taking as much time as needed to explain nuances of procedure and law.”

Mr. Weaver