Securing Justice From Negligence
Gibby Andry recalls sitting at the kitchen table listening to his father, a respected lawyer, talk about what it means to secure justice for people who are injured due to someone else’s negligence. Those conversations shaped his character and approach.
He mastered the theory of law at Tulane Law School. He applied what Tulane and his father taught him in case preparations involving trials and settlement negotiations. He built his legal practice by taking on “Big” Insurance companies and forcing them to his clients’ claims arising from brain damage, paraplegia and other crippling injuries.
Gibby Andry’s unrelenting advocacy has consistently yielded eight figure verdicts and seven, eight and nine figure settlements. Martindale-Hubbell, the national authority of his profession, has given Gibby its highest rating. Tulane has welcomed him back as an adjunct professor of law where for nearly ten years he has taught 3rd year law students.
Leading attorneys refer their clients to Gibby Andry in cases of crippling injury. It’s an endorsement of confidence that is given only to the best.