Robert Kisselburgh is a highly experienced board-certified personal injury attorney with a career spanning over three decades as a trial lawyer. In the initial six years of his legal career, Robert represented both Plaintiffs and Defendants, working closely with adjusters and claims managers. This unique experience granted him an invaluable understanding of both sides of a case and the intricate workings of insurance companies. In 1997, Robert made the strategic decision to exclusively focus on representing injured Plaintiffs.

With over 30 years experience as a trial lawyer, Robert has successfully represented thousands of clients. During this time, he has mediated over a thousand cases as an advocate for his clients. His litigation experience extends to both State and Federal courts, covering a wide spectrum of cases, including motor vehicle collisions, product liability, medical malpractice, premises liability, employment discrimination, will contests, and Mass Torts involving pharmaceutical drugs and medical devices. These cases have involved a range of injuries, from soft tissue injuries to amputations, brain injuries, burns, paraplegia, quadriplegia, and even wrongful death, with verdicts spanning from thousands to millions of dollars.

Leveraging his decades of legal expertise, Robert has expanded his practice to include mediation services. He is well-equipped to mediate various types of cases, including:

  • Motor vehicle collisions
  • Commercial motor vehicle collisions
  • Premises liability
  • Product liability
  • Medical malpractice
  • Professional liability/grievances
  • Business/contracts
  • Employment disputes
  • Will/estates disputes
  • Mass Torts

Beyond his professional endeavors, Robert has demonstrated commitment to the legal profession. He notably served as the President of the Dallas Trial Lawyers Association and maintains active membership in the Tarrant County Bar Association, Dallas Bar Association, Tarrant County Trial Lawyers Association, and the Dallas Trial Lawyers Association. His dedication to upholding ethical standards is underscored by his six-year tenure on the State Bar of Texas Grievance Committee, where he served both as a member and panel chair. Robert has also contributed his expertise as an attorney ad litem and guardian ad litem.  Additionally, his service as a proud veteran of the U.S. Air Force underscores his dedication to public service.

Outside of work, Robert is a proud father to five and a grandfather to one. He loves watching college football and cheering on the Texas Rangers, golfing, reading, and relishing the next travel adventures with his wife.  He and his wife are members of First United Methodist Church of Fort Worth.