Roberts & Roberts originally consisted of two brothers, Randy Roberts and Bruce Roberts, who were raised in Tyler, Texas. They both began their professional careers elsewhere, but eventually returned to Tyler to practice law and to raise their families. In its early years, the firm was known as Loftis & Roberts. Smith County's former County Judge and District Attorney, Harry Loftis, was also a partner in the law firm at that time.
The law firm was originally founded in 1982 by Randy Roberts. In 1987, the law firm renovated and moved into the old Simons home across from Bergfeld Park in Tyler's historic Azalea District. In 1990 the law firm became known as Roberts & Roberts.
Shortly after the law firm was established, it received local recognition for obtaining the county's largest wrongful death settlement at that time. The law firm subsequently received national recognition for uncovering the Firestone documents that helped lead to the recall of the Firestone ATX and Wilderness lines of tires. Randy Roberts has since been voted the "Top Personal Injury Attorney" in a poll of East Texans conducted by BSCENE Magazine in 2006, and Roberts & Roberts has been voted "Best Attorneys" in a readership poll conducted by the Tyler Courier-Times Telegraph in 2008. The firm continues to draw national media attention because of its role in important product liability cases.
Roberts & Roberts holds the highest rating ("AV") from the Martindale-Hubbel Attorney Rating Service and is included in its Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers. Roberts & Roberts has a history of helping people injured by unsafe practices and products as well as by unfair insurance practices.
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