The firm is dedicated to the statewide representation of persons injured in motor vehicle and workplace accidents. The majority of those cases have involved individuals who sustained permanent and lasting injuries.
Founder, Attorney Gabriel F. Jiménez, is the son of Cuban refugees & born in Cincinnati, Ohio. He grew up in Miami, Florida where he attended Belen Jesuit Preparatory School, a high school run by Jesuits originally from Cuba. He received his undergraduate degree in Business Administration at Florida International University in 1994 and then went on to graduate from The Florida State University College of Law in 1997.
Jiménez began his legal career in Miami, Florida as an insurance defense attorney. His primary focus was litigating workers' compensation and construction cases. Upon arriving in North Carolina in 1999, he became associated with one of the largest plaintiff firms in the state. Being of Cuban descent, Jiménez is fluent in Spanish, thus he began representing numerous Spanish-speaking individuals and their families.
In addition to running his firm, Jiménez has served on the Board of the North Carolina Advocates for Justice as Chair the Hispanic/Latino Legal Issues Division. He has also had the privilege to be elected to the Board for the North Carolina Bar Association and also served as Chair to the association's Latino Lawyers Committee. In 2010 Jiménez was appointed by the Governor to the North Carolina Governor's Advisory Council of Hispanic Latino Affairs and served a 3-year term.
Jiménez has also spent several semesters in the classroom as an Adjunct Professor of Law at the University of North Carolina School of Law.
Our firm assembles the right team to service each client's needs. We associate attorneys with particular expertise when it benefits our clients.
We also have relationships with attorneys in various counties across North Carolina to help defend Traffic Infractions.
With more than 17 years of litigation experience, Gabriel focuses on Personal Injury, Workers' Compensation & Wrongful Death cases.